Looking for the best solution for thermo-regulation in a large electronics product? The Professional Thermal Heat-Sink Compound with Injection Tube will give you the perfect solution. This grey silicone fluid is perfect for use with semiconductors and heat sinks and is highly conductive to ensure efficient heat transfer to maximize the cooling capabilities of the heat sink. Very easy to apply, the low bleed compound comes in an injection tube, which operates like a syringe. The tip is narrow, so that you can easily control how much you apply and to where you apply it. One tube contains 30 grams of the fluid.The professional thermal heat-sink compound is a high thermal conductivity and low thermal resistance compound for components that require optimum thermal dissipation. It is ideally suited for use in CPU, GPU cooling and other applications between power semiconductor components and heat sinks where thermal conductivity is a major factor. Via this thermal heat-sink compound, you can keep your computer cool with optimum temperature.
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