Limited Edition Thermal Paste Launches In Japan, With Apple Scent
Jakob Aylesbury / 2 weeks ago
In my years of building computers, I’ve never thought about licking the thermal paste, ok maybe once. The temptation to give it a quick lick is about to become harder if you decide to grab some limited edition apple-scented thermal paste from M1N1ing and Clock Work Tea Party in Japan.
Apple Scented Thermal Paste
As shared by Japanese site Hermitage Akihibara (Via TomsHardware), A limited edition apple-scented thermal paste, named the Extreme Muglis 4G Apple Edition, was launched by both M1N1ing and Clock Work Tea Party. There is apparently no specific reason for the scent but it has a green colour which has been chosen as it contrasts with the metal IHS making it easier to ensure you have good paste coverage compared to standard silver coloured pastes.
- Thermal Conductivity New: 12.8 W/m K or more
- Thermal Conductivity After 5 Years: 8.8 W/m K
- Thermal Resistance: 0.07°C cm²/W at 60Psi
- Package Size: 4g
- Specific Gravity 2.6 g/cm
- Viscosity 45 CPS / 22 oC
- Temperature range: -50 to 220 oC
- Ingredients: non-conductive: aluminum oxide, zinc oxide
This Limited Edition Paste will be available on the 24th of November with 1000 units available at a price of 980 Yen (5.27). You can visit the product page at cwtp.official.ec.