Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound (Pack of 2)

Last Updated On Sunday December 1st, 2019
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Arctic Silver 5

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- The best price we've seen on Amazon in the past 12 months was on July 25, 2019. The current price is considered high. It is 43% higher than the cost at its lowest.

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Updated December 1, 2019
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Oct 25

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23 Nov, 2019On Sale0.73%high
13 Nov, 2019On Sale23.29%high
12 Nov, 2019On Sale0.11%average
8 Nov, 2019On Sale0.11%average
7 Nov, 2019On Sale-0.22%average
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Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound (Pack of 2)

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  • Arctic Silver 5 Brand
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    Electronics, Computers & Accessories

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 6 Reviews
  • March 30, 2019 Last Review Date
  • March 11, 2017 First Seen Review Date
  • 5 Reviewed on Subreddits

    pcmasterrace (2)
    Amd (1)
    FortNiteBR (1)
    buildapc (1)
    engineering (1)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Glue like material that is electrically insulating? [R]

8 months, 1 week agonoisullli posted submission on engineering.
March 27, 2019

I need an electrically insulating material that I can mold at room temperature, can adhere to metallic surfaces, and can handle temperatures from 250 - 400 Celsius when it's cured/hardened. Though not necessary, I'd like it to be a high thermal conductor. Anyone got any ideas?

8 months agonoisullli posted comment on engineering.
March 30, 2019

Silver thermal paste is a very good thermal conductor, and surprisingly is not electrically conductive. It is mold-able at room temperature. Mixing it with a high temperature adhesive might give the adhesive more thermal conductivity and make the silver paste withstand higher temperatures, but it would require some testing. The manufacturer might even have a version that is already a good adhesive too. Reasonable price as well, unless you need a ton of it:

Which aftermarket thermal paste? [R]

1 year, 6 months agoMay 18, 2018


1 year, 6 months agoRezidude posted comment on Amd.
May 18, 2018

Still the best in my opinion! Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound (Pack of 2)

Ps4 Overheats/Is very loud when playing Fortnite [R]

1 year, 7 months agoApril 23, 2018


1 year, 7 months agohyder700 posted comment on FortNiteBR.
April 23, 2018

Couple solutions: bring a can of compressed air to the back of your PlayStation and get dust out IF THE PROBLEM REMAINS: Order some thermal paste off of amazon ( should only be like 5 bucks) and search on YouTube “how to replace thermal paste on the ps4” or something like that. What thermal paste does is it pretty much absorbs the heat of your ps4 and keeps it cool, when the paste is worn out, your ps4 overheats and your fans work harder ( louder). Now this will require you to almost completely dismantle your ps4 (while it’s already dismantled, you may as well bring a can of air to everything on the inside) but that shouldn’t be a problem if you’re very careful and make sure you don’t lose parts(WARNING: when taking the ps4 apart you’ll see stickers that say you’re voiding your warranty, if it’s a pretty old ps4, it’s probably already ran out)

It’s an intimidating thing to do if you’re not a tech head, but it’s not that scary if you follow instructions clearly. I remember I did it and my PlayStation went from a jet engine to literally silent. Ofc you can choose to not trust me, because I’m just a comment on reddit)

Pretty sure I used this: Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound (Pack of 2)

And here’s a video on how to do it:

Took off heatsink, CPU came off with it [R]

1 year, 8 months agoNovaKevin posted submission on buildapc.
March 17, 2018

So I wanted to clean my PC of dust and when I removed the heatsink, even though I was gentle the CPU came off with it. How do I separate them? I've seen some gently bent pins as well but I straightened them back up.

1 year, 8 months agoNovaKevin posted comment on buildapc.
March 17, 2018

CPU overheats easily when gaming after selecting the OC option in BIOS [R]

2 years, 3 months agoIPHANT0MI posted submission on pcmasterrace.
Aug. 7, 2017

Not to sure what i am doing wrong here but. I want my CPU to run at 4.6ghz but when i set it and play some games ex: Overwatch) after about 5-10 minutes and i am getting alerts that my CPU has reached over 80c.

Here is my build

Motherboard Manual:

Now i have seen people get this CPU to work on that frequency with no issues. Am I missing something? things mi configured?

I have the CPU fans that are connected to my AIO connected to the Motherboard. Is it the AIO that is not good? I have already replaced it once thinking it was the AIO but that does not seem to be the case.

Maybe its my CPU...

Any advice would be appreciated

2 years, 3 months agoIPHANT0MI posted on pcmasterrace.
Aug. 7, 2017

What do you mean by: Did you remove the plastic film on the head spreader

As for the thermal solution i used the following:

Would applying new thermal paste help CPU temperatures? [R]

2 years, 8 months agoMarch 11, 2017


2 years, 8 months agoBasedlander posted on pcmasterrace.
March 11, 2017

Yee boy! I would recommend this brand of thermal paste; I use it, and it has made my CPU cooler way more efficient.