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Pactum PT-4: SilentiumPC announces the arrival of its thermal paste!

Pactum PT-4: SilentiumPC announces the arrival of its thermal paste!

Small novelty signed Poland, since SilentiumPC announces the arrival of its thermal paste. The brand offers us its Pactum PT-4, all packaged in syringes of 1.5 g and 4 g.

Pactum PT-4: thermal paste from SilentiumPC!

SilentiumPC Pactum PT-4 With this new paste, SilentiumPC offers us something non-conductive. It can therefore be applied serenely on a processor, a graphic card or other. Also, during a delid, no need to cover the cms of varnish to avoid the short-circuit. It will also be compatible with copper, nickel and aluminum based heatsinks unlike liquid metal where it must not come into contact with an aluminum base under penalty of severe corrosion.

Moreover, this new reference is announced as being very conductive. The manufacturer claims a thermal conductivity of 12 W/mk. This is made possible by an “advanced” formula integrating zinc and aluminum particles. Similarly, we can count on a reference with low viscosity facilitating its application.

Finally, in 1.5 g syringes, the brand announces between 2 and 5 applications depending on the size of the chip. The biggest packaging will allow between six and thirteen applications, always depending on the type of component to be covered.

For the prices, we are at 3,99 € the small syringe against 6,99 € for the syringe of 4 g.

This way to the SilentiumPC datasheet !

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