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GC-PRO 5g High Performance Thermal Compound $6.26
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Gelid Solutions GC-PRO 5g High Performance Thermal Compound

Gelid’s GC-Pro is the “best-in-class” thermal compound that offers outstanding performance.

Features

  1. Best-in-class heat conductivity
  2. Non-electrical conductive compound
  3. Non-corrosive, non-curing, non-toxic
  4. No bleeding and user friendly
  5. Supplied with Gelid applicator

The GC-Pro is made from the purest thermal conducting materials and offers outstanding thermal properties. Thanks to nano scale produced ultra-fine molecular structure the GC-Pro fills spaces more effectively than conventional materials and therefore it provides uniform thermal contact with enhanced heat transfer properties. Created for professionals the GC-Pro thermal compound ensures the best-in-class performance for your CPU, VGA or Chipset heatsink applications. As with the other compounds of GELID Solutions the GC-Pro is non-electrical conductive, non-corrosive, non-curing, non-flammable and non-toxic. The GC-Pro also comes with a GELID applicator which enables an easier application.


SpecificationsGC-PRO 5g
Model NumberTC-GC-PRO-A
Density (g/cm3)2.8
Net Content (g)5
Thermal Conductivity (W/mK)7
Viscosity (Centipoise)170,000
Warranty24 months
EAN barcode4897025781221
SpecificationsGC-PRO 5g
Model NumberTC-GC-PRO-A
Density (g/cm3)2.8
Net Content (g)5
Thermal Conductivity (W/mK)7
Viscosity (Centipoise)170,000
Warranty24 months
EAN barcode4897025781221

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