HY710 SILVER Thermal Paste for CPUs from Halnziye

Halnziye HY710 SILVER Performance Thermal Grease, CPU/GPU/Heatsinks, 1g Syringe

Scan code: LN70247 Manufacturer code: HY710 Request call
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Product Overview HY710 silver thermal grease contains Silver AGO&Silver Powder-High cooling performance material to improve thermal conductivity, better than regular types and good partner for CPU/GPU cooler and other electric parts. Features Silicone Compounds 30%
Carbon Compounds 20%
Metal Oxide Compounds 50%

Colour: Silver
Thermal Conductivity: >3.17 W/m-K
Thermal Impedance: <0.067 0C-in²/W
Specific Gravity: >2.4 g/cm³
Viscosity: 1000
Thixotropic Index: 380±10 1/10mm
Moment Bore Temperature: -50~280 0C
Operation Temperature: -30~240 0C

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HY710 SILVER Thermal Paste for CPUs from Halnziye
HY710 SILVER Thermal Paste for CPUs from Halnziye