Cooler Master HTK-002-U1-GP White Thermal Paste 2g
• Suitable for CPU, chipsets on Mainboard, VGA card, etc.
• Easy to use.
• Zif Socket Templates ensure correct applying area with various CPU socket types.
• Produces an even layer when using applicator.
• Wide range of application temperature.
These compounds resist changes in consistency at temperatures up to 177°C (350°F), maintaining a positive heat sink seal to improve heat transfer from the electronic device to the heat sink or chassis, thereby, increasing the overall efficiency of the device. Features Color White
Specific Gravity 2.37
Shelf Life 24 months from DOM
Thermal Conductivity 0.8 watts/meter-C
Volume Resistivity 5.0 x 1015
Dielectric Constant 4.4 at 100k Hz
Dissipation Factor 0.02 at 100k Hz
Dielectric Strength 550 volts/mil; 21.7 kV/mm
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