Cooler Master announces new thermal compound

Cooler Master announces new thermal compound

The famous maker of cooling solutions, desktop components and peripherals Cooler Master has announced the MasterGel Maker – a new thermal compound, which contains non-abrasive nanodiamond particles that offer ultra-high conductivity of 11 W/mk. In addition to this the compound comes with excellent viscosity that makes it very easy to spread and remove.

“Enthusiasts and overclockers need a product that will help deliver the best performance with the lowest electrical conductivity within a short span of time. The MasterGel Maker fills that need,” said Ron Classen, Product Manager. “It has fewer additives, which also makes it extremely lightweight and easy to spread, allowing users to apply it without much difficulty.”

As expected Cooler Master recommends that MasterGel Maker is used with CPUs, GPUs and chipsets. The compound promises excellent performance, resistance to electrical current that helps prevent short circuits, protection and performance. The nanodiamond particles can also withstand extreme temperatures and are extremely lightweight, which is the secret to the ease of use of MasterGel Maker. The compound is gray in color, has specific gravity of 2.6 g/cm³ at 25 degrees Celsius and comes in packages of 4 grams (1.5 ml) that also include a scraper and grease cleaner.

The new Cooler Master MasterGel Maker is available now for a suggested retail price of EUR 9.90.

Source: Cooler Master

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