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Cooler Master Use Nutella as Thermal Compound?

Cooler Master Use Nutella as Thermal Compound?

Cooler Master Use Nutella as Thermal Compound?

Cooler Master Use Nutella as Thermal Compound?

 

You can use Nutella as thermal Compound? Really?? Well Cooler Master have recently gave it a try, with surprisingly good results, keeping their CPU under a maximum temperature of 50 Degrees Celsius. Do you want your CPU to be both cool and delicious? 

 

"Yesterday was International #Nutella day. What better way to celebrate the existence of world’s most delicious chocolate spread than to smear it on your CPU! We did a test to see how well Nutella could cool a CPU, so you don’t have to ; ) The results may surprise you."

 

 

Obviously we do not advise that you use Nutella as thermal paste yourself, at least as a permanent solution, we imagine that the Nutella will at some point dry out and make your CPU overheat, we also imaging that many of the compounds in the food product could lead to corrosion on metal components.

We hope you guys enjoyed Cooler Master's antics just as much as we have.

 

You can join the discussion on Cooler Master using Nutella as thermal Compound on the OC3D Forums.

 

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Most Recent Comments

10-02-2015, 10:54:39

Dicehunter
Your spelling is a little bit off "Cooler Master have recently gave it a try"

You speak good England much win long time

Edit given in instead of gave and it will look a lot better.

Also whoever decided to report on this originally must be fishing for dregs because this was originally done about 1-2 years ago.Quote

10-02-2015, 10:55:06

Tripp
what did i just read 0_o........and now i want nutella hahahaQuote

10-02-2015, 11:00:06

Dark NighT
That is quite mad!Quote

10-02-2015, 12:00:55

JMOC
They're certainly getting a lot of advertising from this.Quote

10-02-2015, 12:02:08

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by JMOC View Post
They're certainly getting a lot of advertising from this.
Nutella or cooler master?Quote
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