Cooler Master unveils new thermal compounds

Cooler Master unveils new thermal compounds

Cooler Master has unveiled a number of new thermal compounds at the on-going Computex 2016 exhibition. They belong to the so-called Master Gel line and there are three of them.

The Master Gel is the most affordable of the three – this compound targets gaming PC builds and comes with low viscosity and zero burn-in time. The Master Gel Pro is a little bit better because it features higher thermal conductivity thanks to higher metal particle density. This compound targets enthusiasts with DIY liquid cooling setups. The Master Gel Maker Nano is the best compound of the three – it has the highest metal particle density and thermal conductivity as high as 11 W/m.k. This compound has been designed for hardcore overclockers with extreme cooling setups such as dry ice and liquid nitrogen. Of course it does not hurt if you use it in regular computers too.

There’s no information on how much these compounds cost but the Master Gel Maker Nano will be the most expensive of the three – this is for sure.

(picture courtesy of Techpowerup.com)

Source: Cooler Master

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