With this pack you get three black Thermal Grizzly applicators, which allow the application or even distribution of a liquid metal thermal paste. However, it should be noted that the liquid metal thermal paste is not to be used with aluminum contact surfaces and never comes into contact with electrically conductive components! CPU coolers with aluminum coldplate can not be used, instead the materials copper, nickel or silver are recommended. Especially with Intel Haswell, Devil's Canyon and Broadwell processors care must be taken that the liquid metal paste does not come into contact with the numerous technical components under or next to the heat spreader. Also with Skylake and / or Kaby Lake CPUs there are some contact points, which should be covered with tape for security, if necessary, and even with AMD CPUs appropriate caution is advised.
- Color: Black
- Scope of delivery: 3 pieces
Thermal Grizzly from Hamburg is a German brand, which has taken the fight against high temperatures and bad heat transport on the flag. The goal is to supply the overclocker scene with powerful thermal conduction products, which still represent a weak point - but the product portfolio can also be used for the better and quieter cooling of gaming computers, workstations, mini-PCs and many other purposes. In addition to higher clock rates, better thermal conduction products allow for quieter cooling and longer service life of the components to be cooled.
To achieve these goals, Thermal Grizzly worked closely with the well-known Extreme Overclocker "der8auer" to develop chemical compositions and analyze the competitors. The thermal Grizzly Conductonaut high-performance paste on a liquid metal basis has been found, along with numerous other efficient thermal compound pastes, which can be used to raise the thermal conductivity to an enormous 73 W / mK. Since liquid metal paste, as the name suggests, is relatively liquid, the Thermal Grizzly applicators are the ideal aid for spreading the paste.
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