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StarTech 1.5g Thermal CPU Paste

StarTech.com 1.5g Metal Oxide Thermal CPU Paste Compound for Heatsink

Scan code: LN59140 Manufacturer code: SILVGREASE1 Request call
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Product Overview Our thermal CPU paste improves the effectiveness of CPU coolers by thermally bonding the CPU to the heatsink.

A high quality metallic solution that helps to ensure maximum dissipation of heat generated by the CPU for optimized performance and greater system stability; and is more effective than standard silicon-based heat grease/CPU paste, providing optimum protection against CPU heat damage.
Features • Metal-based compound containing metal oxide
• Thermal conductivity of more than 1.93 W/m-K
• Negligible electrical conductivity
• Stable performance over a wide temperature range
• 4-6 applications per tube
• Resealable syringe applicator

Operating Temperature-30°C to 180°C (-22°F to 356°F)
Package Contents
Included in Package1.5g Tube of Silver Based Thermal Grease
Packaging Information
Shipping (Package) Weight0 kg [0 lb]
Bleed<0.05% at 150°C/24 Hours
Evaporation<0.001% at 150°C/24 Hours
Specific Gravity>1.7 at 25 °C
Thermal Conductivity>1.93 W/m-K at 25 °C
Thermal Resistance<0.120 °C-in2/W at 25 °C
Physical Characteristics
MaterialsSilicone Compounds 50%
Carbon Compounds 30%
Metal Oxide Compounds 20%
Product Length67 mm [2.6 in]
Product Width20 mm [0.8 in]

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24 months
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DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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StarTech 1.5g Thermal CPU Paste
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