Gelid Launches GC-Pro Thermal Compound



/ 3 years ago

Gelid GC-Pro 0 Thermal compound is at the heart of every system, connecting those hard working parts to their cooling solutions in the best possible way. Gelid has just launched their newest thermal compound called the GC-Pro.

The Gelid GC-Pro thermal compound (TC-GC-PRO-A) is made from the purest thermal conducting materials and should offer outstanding thermal properties. The structure is produced on the nano-scale to make it fine enough to fill the smallest spaces more effectively than conventional materials. This in return should provide a more uniform thermal contact with enhanced heat transfer properties.

Gelid GC-Pro 1

The GC-Pro thermal compound is created for professionals that want the best-in-class performance for the CPU, GPU, or chipset heatsinks. The compound is non-electrical conductive, non-corrosive, non-curing, non-flammable, and non-toxic and it also comes with a Gelid applicator.

Gelid GC-Pro thermal compound has a density of 2.8 g/cm3 and the tube comes with 5g content. The thermal conductivity is rated to 7W/mK and it has a viscosity of 170000. The new Gelid thermal compound should be available now for an MSRP of $6.99 USD or €6.20 Euro.

Is thermal compound important to you and which is your prefered one? Or do you simply use whatever comes with the CPU cooler you ordered? Let us know in the comments.

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