Thermaltake TG-50 All-In-One Thermal Compound Application Kit
Thermaltake TG-50 Thermal Compound AIO Application Kit, 4g Syringe, 8 W/mK, Grey, Non-Conductive, Wipes/Stencil/Scraper
By DPD On 20th May
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TG-50 Thermal Compound
TG-50 is a premium thermal compound for high standard cooling performance designed to lower CPU temperatures effectively.
High Thermal Conductivity
With a thermal conductivity of 8.0 W/m-k, the thermal compound also contains diamonds powder allowing users to pursue a higher heat transfer rate.
Easy to Apply
Thermaltake’s specially formulated thermal compound fits perfectly with the honeycomb stencil, which provides an easier way to apply your thermal compound for a neat and well-covered surface that fits all CPUs.
All-In-One Application Kit
This thermal compound application kit includes a set of easily-applied tools for immediate use.
Sustainability and Safety
The high-quality thermal compound provides a longer lifespan of eliminating dry-out or cracking while in use. Non-electrical conductive compound ensures better safety measures for you and your system.
• Thermal Conductivity: 8 W/m-k
• Colour: Grey
• Weight: 4g
• Viscosity: 47 Pa-s
• Thermal Impedance: 0.035°C -in²/W
• Density: 2.9 g/cm³
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Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
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Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
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