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Old 13-05-19, 03:02 PM
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Grizzly Kryonaut conductive?

Hello everyone,

So a dumb question that I’ve earlier emailed Grizzly about, but never got an reply, so asking here now...

Is the Grizzly Kryonaut thermal compound conductive or not? Like the MX-4 isn’t conductive and wondering if the Kryonaut is the same?... Haven’t been able to find an definitive answer on Google either (or maybe it’s just that I didn’t quite understand the answers properly).

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Old 13-05-19, 03:10 PM
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Taken from the product page.

https://www.thermal-grizzly.com/en/p...16-kryonaut-en


KRYONAUT
Kryonaut thermal grease was created especially for the extremely demanding applications and the highest expectations of the overclocking community. Kryonaut is also highly recommended as a top product for critical cooling systems in the industrial environment.
  • designed for Overclocking
  • excellent thermal conductivity
  • no curing
  • long-term durability
  • no electrical conductivity!!!
  • applicable with aluminum (warning is for Conductonaut only!

I don't think it's conductive so you should be safe.
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Old 13-05-19, 04:39 PM
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Taken from the product page.

https://www.thermal-grizzly.com/en/p...16-kryonaut-en


KRYONAUT
Kryonaut thermal grease was created especially for the extremely demanding applications and the highest expectations of the overclocking community. Kryonaut is also highly recommended as a top product for critical cooling systems in the industrial environment.
  • designed for Overclocking
  • excellent thermal conductivity
  • no curing
  • long-term durability
  • no electrical conductivity!!!
  • applicable with aluminum (warning is for Conductonaut only!

I don't think it's conductive so you should be safe.
Yup, I have same thinking... Although, ”should be safe” isn’t really that comforting regarding a CPU for $500 lol.
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Old 13-05-19, 05:35 PM
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Taken from the product page.

https://www.thermal-grizzly.com/en/p...16-kryonaut-en


KRYONAUT
Kryonaut thermal grease was created especially for the extremely demanding applications and the highest expectations of the overclocking community. Kryonaut is also highly recommended as a top product for critical cooling systems in the industrial environment.
  • designed for Overclocking
  • excellent thermal conductivity
  • no curing
  • long-term durability
  • no electrical conductivity!!!
  • applicable with aluminum (warning is for Conductonaut only!

I don't think it's conductive so you should be safe.
That kinda makes it blatently clear
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Old 13-05-19, 05:37 PM
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That kinda makes it blatently clear
Can’t blame one for being extra cautious of their hardware that they bhought with hard earned money But thanks though for the clarification!
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