Scan code: LN108201 Manufacturer code: DP-TIM-Z5-2

Deepcool Z5 Performance CPU Thermal Paste 3.0g

3.0g Deepcool Z5 Performance CPU Thermal Paste, >1.46 W/m-K, Electrically Non-Conductive

Scan code: LN108201 Manufacturer code: DP-TIM-Z5-2
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Product Overview

Excellent Thermal Conductivity

Z5 thermal gel consists of high thermal conductivity to allow high performance heat dissipation.


High Compatibility for Most CPU Cooler

Density of Z5 is compatible with most polished CPU cooler for maximum heat dissipation.


Pure Electrical Insulation

Z5 is designed to prevent electrical damage caused by the thermal paste.


Features

• Color: Silver grey
• Operating Temperature: -50°C--220°C
• Thermal Conductivity: >1.46 W/m-K
• Thermal Impedance: <0.159°C-in2/W
• Dielectric Constant A: >6
• Viscosity: 76cps
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
3 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Beijing Deepcool Industries Co
Telephone:
Scan 0871 472 4747
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