Scan code: LN51421 Manufacturer code: AK-455-5G

5g large tube Thermal CPU Compound Hi-End from Akasa AK-455

Akasa AK-455 Hi Performance CPU Thermal Compound, 5.0 gram Syringe

Scan code: LN51421 Manufacturer code: AK-455-5G
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Product Overview AK-455-5G is a new improved formulated thermal compound that gives hi-performance heat transfer between the CPU and heatsink. Minimised resistance and maximised efficiency truly enables you to get more from your cooler. Easy to use. RoHS compliant. Features • Hi-performance heat transfer between the CPU and heatsink
• Maximum thermal conductivity, 2.4W/mK
• Easy to apply with spreader card
• Multi-language instructions included
• RoHS Compliant
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Details
Duration:
1 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
1 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Non-Returnable Item if Opened or Used
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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5g large tube Thermal CPU Compound Hi-End from Akasa AK-455
5g large tube Thermal CPU Compound Hi-End from Akasa AK-455