Thermal Conductive Pad is a type of heat-conductive material that is used to transfer heat from a heat-generating component, such as a CPU or GPU, to a heat sink or heat spreader. It is typically made of a silicone-based material filled with thermally conductive particles, such as ceramic or metal.
Thermal Conductive Silicone Pad are designed to provide a gap-filling interface between the component and the heat sink, ensuring maximum contact and heat transfer. They are often used as an alternative to thermal paste, as they are easier to apply and remove, and can provide more consistent thermal conductivity.
Thermal pads come in various thicknesses and sizes to accommodate different components and heat sink configurations. They are commonly used in electronic devices, such as computers, laptops, and gaming consoles, to prevent overheating and maintain optimal performance.
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