At 3.38 grams per $10 dollars, this is about equal in cost value to the 11.1 grams of Kryonaut for $30, while outperforming it quite nicely. Seems to be about 3C better than Kryonaut and equal to or 1C better than Thermalright TFX (which already beats Kryonaut by 1-2C after you allow it to cure for a week). If you can handle the upfront cost, it's a much better investment than paying $40 for 6 grams of Thermalright TFX. For best results, use two thin lines in a long "X" diagonal edge to edge with the spatula on square GPU dies or CPU heat spreaders, then a small drop in each leftover quadrant, then assemble the heatsink and let the contact pressure spread the paste out for you. Recommended if you don't want to deal with the risks of Liquid Metal TIM.