Wednesday, June 25th 2008

Coolink Releases Chillaramic Silver Thermal Compound

Coolink today released its new Chillaramic thermal compound. Thanks to ceramic nano particles, Chillaramic achieves outstanding thermal transfer while not being electrically conductive. Chillaramic is easy to apply, easy to clean off and comes in big 10g tubes that will last you through more than 30 applications without breaking your wallet.


"Today's enthusiast user doesn't only want his thermal paste of choice to perform well, he also expects it to be safe, convenient, versatile and reasonably priced", explains Timothy Chu, Coolink CEO. "Our new Chillaramic compound was designed to meet precisely these requirements!"

Based on ceramic nano-particles, Chillaramic doesn't only provide excellent performance but also completely eliminates the risk of short circuits, making it perfect for crucial applications. Both novice and experienced users will appreciate the fact that the paste is very easy to apply and to clean off.

Tailor-made for the cooling enthusiast, Chillaramic doesn't require a longer burn-in time and can be used with air, water and evaporative cooling systems. Last but not least, the paste comes in big 10g tubes which are sufficient for at least 30 applications on today's CPUs. So at a suggested retail price of EUR 6.90 / USD 8.90, one tube of Coolink Chillaramic will give you a lot of excellent paste at an excellent price.Source: Coolink
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3 Comments on Coolink Releases Chillaramic Silver Thermal Compound

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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
speaking of nano particles....did cooler master have a similar product?? called nano-fusion or something???
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BetterThanYou
by: FreedomEclipse
speaking of nano particles....did cooler master have a similar product?? called nano-fusion or something???
I believe they're using nano particals in new cancer treatment options. They attach the particals to enzymes or something which can seek out the cancer, then they use special equipment to heat only the nano particals to a temperature which literally cooks the cancer away. So to answer your question I don't know.
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Wow, pretty spectacular but MX-2 does the same thing, only more efficiently if y ou ask me. While Ceramiqe is cool, its not ideal though a great runner up. It is bigger than the MX-2 tube you get and only costs a buck or so more. Not bad. I hope to see a review of this by t_ski soon.
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