Thursday, August 23rd 2012

GELID GC-Extreme Included in ASRock OC-oriented Z77 OC Formula Motherboard

Thermal Solutions specialist GELID Solutions has teamed up with ASRock to offer multi award-winning “GC-Extreme” thermal compound for ASRock’s first OC-oriented mainboard “Z77 OC Formula”. Exclusively designed by the world's OC legacy performer, Nick Shih, this board aims at the enthusiast end of the market and is full to the brim with features. This celebrity board opens up overclocking possibilities and delivers control opportunities in every way, featuring the most detailed and considerate design of any overclocking motherboard.

In addition to that, the “GC-Extreme” makes the OC oriented mainboard even more attractive as the ultimate heat conductivity makes the “GC-Extreme” the leader of all thermal compounds. It doesn’t just help to break records but even makes overclocking with LN2 possible. “GC-Extreme” is non-electrical conductive, non-corrosive, no bleeding and non-curing. Created for the extreme users, the “GC-Extreme” thermal compound provides the best heat transfer from your CPU, VGA or even Chipset.

“Providing products with the best performance to professional users and partners is our target. In this case, we have achieved it”, says VC Tran, Marketing Director of GELID Solutions. This product is already available in the market.
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9 Comments on GELID GC-Extreme Included in ASRock OC-oriented Z77 OC Formula Motherboard

#1
SIGSEGV
asrock's upcoming mobo seems interesting, i wish they keep this brand mobo name with z77 oc formula rather than __nickshih edition. i hope it will surpasses the asus maximus rog v formula performances and its reliabilities
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#4
Dj-ElectriC
I aprove this awesome board :)

(Will replace it wil mine as soon as i get the testing done)
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#6
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
May have to keep my eye on this. Would love to see what voltages it takes to OC 2600K. If its somewhat lower than what I have now I will think about the switch.
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#7
OneMoar
now all we need is @IC Diamond todo the same with like ASUS or Gigabyte my last gigabyte board came with that white silicon goop :shadedshu
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#8
popswala
by: brandonwh64
May have to keep my eye on this
+1 to that.

I love the yellow black theme. That hott. Now if only I can afford to make the jump to these chips. I'll be happy. keepin my eyes open for the reviews for sure.
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#9
WaroDaBeast
by: popswala
+1 to that.

I love the yellow black theme. That hott. Now if only I can afford to make the jump to these chips. I'll be happy. keepin my eyes open for the reviews for sure.
I take it you've had several DFI motherboard over the past then. ;)
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