Corsair gets into thermal pasta business with the TM30

Posted on Wednesday, Jan 16 2019 @ 10:16 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Corsair introduces its first branded thermal paste. The new TM30 compound is based on zinc oxide and promises to be a low-viscosity thermal material that's easy to apply. TM30 is non-conductive and non-toxic but Corsair doesn't provide specifications about thermal conductivity. The company sells it via its website for $7.99.
CORSAIR TM30’s low viscosity allows it to easily fill microscopic abrasions and channels in your CPU’s heatspreader and cooler’s contact plate, for maximum thermal transfer area.

CORSAIR TM30’s high-stability liquid compound lasts for years with no drying, cracking or change in consistency, so you don’t have to worry about changing or re-applying thermal paste periodically.

TM30 is non-conductive, non-toxic, and contains zero volatile compounds, making it safe for both you and your PC.
Corsair TM30

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