Model # 98003

Internet #202932736

Super Lube 3 oz. Tube Heat Sink Compound
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Super Lube

3 oz. Tube Heat Sink Compound

$6.13 /each

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Super Lube Silicone Heat Sink - 3 oz tube. Silicone compound blended with thermally conductive, fine metal oxide powders. Will not harden or melt. Will not react to rubber or plastic. Non-toxic.

  • Temperature range from -45 degrees F to +500 degrees F
  • High dielectric strength
  • Excellent heat transfer efficiency
  • Viscosity stable

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will this work with the PS3 witht he sink heat issue

will this work good for the ps3 heat sink issue? or is there something better for that?
Asked by: jsaun777
Yes, this is well suited to resolve PS3 and Xbox consoles that suffer from thermal runaway. Arctic Silver 5 would be a good alternative, but AS5 requires proficiency with applying thermal paste. Also, the superlube heat sink compound will last longer than AS5.
Answered by: TheComputerScientist
Date published: 2016-11-10

Can this product be used iver carbon steel pipe?

I'd like to use it on my water heater sensor surgace on the heater
Asked by: Fsrodrigu
Yes, Super lube heat sink compound (# 98003) will work just fine with carbon steel pipe (as long as the adhering surfaces are clean). I have used this on iron, steel, tungsten, copper and brass. No oxidization or corrosion has happened in any application of these metals, and they were applied months ago. It also does not seem to have any chemical reactions with noble, precious, or exotic alloy metals. Used with aluminum, gold, silver, platinum, and some beryllium alloys. (This result should be obvious, but mention it just in case others have concerns about oxidization.)
Answered by: TheComputerScientist
Date published: 2016-11-10

HEAT SINK COMPOUND REPLACE ALUMILASTIC

CAN THIS BE USED FOR THE REFRIGERATOR THERMOSTAT, ON THE ICE MAKER
Asked by: fred
For a device that contains food I would suggest avoiding heat sink compound. Instead, look into Hi-Dielectric silicone grease. See superlube item #91003. But, in the question summary you suggest using this heat sink compound to replace Alumilastic...this is -probably- not the product to replace alumilastic, which is a compound most commonly used in masonry.
Answered by: TheComputerScientist
Date published: 2016-11-10

Is this compound the right kind?

I own a ps3 and the inside I took apart but now it requires two thing's thermal compound and a heat gun. I know harbor freight tool's has the heat gun but what I don't know is how to get the correct compound for the ps3. I'm advanced in electronics only but knowing where to get stuff it's not too much of my expertieese.
Asked by: Martinez
Yes; this is the kind of compound you can take home to meet your mother.
Answered by: happytohelp
Date published: 2017-02-15
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3 oz. Tube Heat Sink Compound is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Have been using this product for 38 months. This produces consistent results long-term. No applic... Have been using this product for 38 months. This produces consistent results long-term. No application has dried/crystallized/hardened. Heat transfer rate is reliable (≈200.5W/m·K) despite low density. Comparatively, AS5 produced cooler temps short-term (≈395.7W/m·K), but after ~12 months thermal runaway was apparent on enterprise servers and required reapplication. Experimented by added 10CTS of 60k mesh diamond powder (1151a) to 1 oz. compound. Transfer rate jumped to ≈998.2W/m·K when used with dense copper heat sinks, peltiers and heat pipes. This mixture trounced premium diamond compounds and cost substantially less. This transfer rate has remained constant for 21 months now and still shows no signs of thermal runaway. In testing we discovered this mixture to be detrimental with smaller, lighter heatsinks. It transferred heat faster than the heat sink could dissipate, so heat is returned to the component. Thermal runaway once the heat sink got fully saturated. In retrospect, 2-3CTS per 1 oz. would produce a better heat-transfer balance for smaller heat sinks. Progressively documented performance vs stock thermal pads and aftermarket (aluminum, ceramic, silver) compounds on identical hardware. Used with computer & electronic components (CPU, GPU, North/southbridge, PPM, heat spreaders, diodes, rectifiers, etc.) The SuperLube heat sink compound is manufactured in 3 size options: 3 oz. (98006), 5 lb. (98050) & 30 lb. (98030).
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great price for a great quantity. I don't know what makes this stuff as expensive as it elsewher... Great price for a great quantity. I don't know what makes this stuff as expensive as it elsewhere.....
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great deal !!! Works as described. Easy to work with. Would recommend without hesitation.
Date published: 2016-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The super lube heat sink compound worked just as I... The super lube heat sink compound worked just as I had hoped it would.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product. Maybe too much quantity for small projects Excellent product. Maybe too much quantity for small projects
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It was fine. It was fine.
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for CPU I used this compound for my laptop's CPU and GPU cooling system. The form and stickiness of this compound is different from regular tiny silicon tubes used for CPUs. It did what it was supposed to do. I monitored the cpu temperature under a heavy load for hours and it was okay.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Substitute for Aluminastic This product is not sold in stores but arrived quickly at local store for pickup. It fit our need for a thermal contact between the ice maker mold and thermostat after replacing the mold.
Date published: 2016-08-02
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