Thermal Grizzly reveals new PhaseSheet PTM thermal pads at Computex

Thermal Grizzly launches their first non-conductive thermal pads at Computex 2024

Thermal Grizzly are not new to the thermal pad market. Their KryoSheet graphene thermal pads have been available for a while, and they have proven to be popular amongst cooling enthusiasts. That said, their conductive nature makes them unsuitable for some use case. That’s where Therma Grizzly’s new PhaseSheet PTM product line comes in.

PhaseSheet PTM is a new non-conductive thermal pad product that uses a phase-change material (PCM). The pads are made to be “extremely durable” and to offer “outstanding thermal conductivity”. Beyond that, their non-conductive nature makes them suitable for CPUs and GPUs.

The phase changing nature of these new thermal pads allows them to liquify and fill all of the gaps between your processor and your heatsink. This ensures a strong thermal connection between a user’s heatsink and processor. These pads will be much easier to use than traditional thermal paste. After all, users will only need to cut their pad to size and attach it to their CPU or GPU. Pad removal is also a simple process.

Thermal Grizzly’s new PhaseSheet PTM products should be available soon, offering users a great alternative to the company’s KryoSheet thermal pads.

At Computex, Polar Therm, a sister company of Thermal Grizzly, has revealed a range of value-oriented thermal pastes.

You can join the discussion on Thermal Grizzly’s PhaseSheet PTM thermal pads on the OC3D Forums.

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