Arctic offers thermal pads that you can shape

Arctic offers thermal pads that you can shape

There are numerous cooling solutions on the market that target digital devices such as notebooks, desktop PCs and others but none of them allow the end user to perform any customization, which leaves some users with cooling solutions that are far from being perfect.

This sad story has come to an end – the famous cooling solutions maker Arctic now offers thermal pads that can be cut into pieces, which allows users to get the piece they want and then improve heat dissipation. The thermal pads are especially useful for memory chips, CPUs, DSPs and other integrated circuits that exhibit different heights that prevent proper contact since they close gaps and adapt to uneven surfaces ensuring optimal heat dissipation. There are several sizes – 50 x 50 x 0.5 mm/x 1 mm/x 1.5 mm and 145 x 145 x 0.5 mm/x 1 mm/x 1.5 mm and all of them are electrically non-conductive, featuring thermal conductivity of 6.0W/mK.

The new Arctic thermal pads are now available online for USD 4.99 and up.

Source: Arctic

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