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Phobya HeGrease Extreme CPU/Cooler Thermal Paste 3.5g

Phobya 31078 HeGrease Extreme, 8.5W/mK, Silver, 3.5g

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Scan code: LN54760 Manufacturer code: 31078 Request call
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Product Overview Phobyas HeGrease Extreme, made at the high end range to get the very most out of its cool! Features But having a thermal grease must not only good cooling performance characteristics, no, it must be possible to process also good. It is important that you can apply them in a thin film on the heat source, so the cooler as close to the door is lying. Besides the optimal viscosity of 85000cps TF, this includes the right tool. This sends Phobya with like: a handy plastic spatula! And one is only part of the contents of the paste required, no problem, a screw-cap protects them from drying out. And should in the end, even a drop coming on an electronic component, never mind, the paste is not electronically conductive.

This thermal grease is the best for your CPU, GPU or chipset.

Technical data:
Content: 3.5 g Net
Color: Silver
Thermal conductivity: 8.5 W / mK
Density: 3.73 g / cm ³
Viscosity: 85000cps TF
Warranty

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

Warranty information has not yet been updated for this product. For further information please call 0871 472 4747 or 01204 474747.

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Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Better than Chill Factor III I wasn't happy with the temperatures I was getting using Chill Factor III on a seriously overclocked FX8370E (4.9Ghz) & Corsair H100i so I thought I'd give this stuff a whirl. It shaved almost 5°C off under full load, so well worth the extra few ££s. Is very easy to get out of the tube, in fact it's almost runny. Comes with a spreader that's about as much use as a chocolate teapot (use the pea method) You guys really need to stop relying on Google for your translations though, I mean come on, have you actually read it? 01 February 2015
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Phobya HeGrease Extreme CPU/Cooler Thermal Paste 3.5g
Phobya HeGrease Extreme CPU/Cooler Thermal Paste 3.5g