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Best Thermal Paste For CPU

Which CPU Thermal Paste Should You Use?

This buyer’s guide will help you to choose which CPU thermal paste for you. Let’s get started with the things you must keep in mind while buying thermal paste. So today's topic is best thermal paste for cpu or best thermal paste for overclocking.
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Thermal Conductivity: Every thermal paste has a thermal conductivity rating which defines its capacity to transfer heat from the processors to the heat sink. Normal non-metallic thermal compounds have thermal conductivity between 4-10 W/mK while the liquid metal thermal paste can have thermal conductivity of more than 70W/mK.

Non-Capactive/ Non-Conductive: While applying thermal paste one needs to be very careful because it can create mess all over the cpu and cause serious damage. If the thermal paste can conduct electricity, then it may short the circuitry. Therefore, very first thing to check in a thermal paste is that whether it is non-conductive or not. If a thermal paste is non-conductive then it is safe to use on the motherboard even if it spills.
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Density / Consistency: To make the application process easier, you must use a thermal paste which has adequate density that can spread easily. Liquid Metal thermal pastes have lower density as compared to the regular thermal pastes.

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