There is a number of thermal compounds on the market that are reliable and easy to use, but inefficient and there are a lot of thermal greases that boast with amazing efficiency, but are not completely reliable or easy to use. Coolink, a company that specializes on various cooling solutions believes that it had found an ideal thermal compound thanks to ceramic nano-particles.
“Today’s enthusiast user does not only want his thermal paste of choice to perform well, he also expects it to be safe, convenient, versatile and reasonably priced. Our new Chillaramic compound was designed to meet precisely these requirements,” said Timothy Chu, chief executive of Coolink.
Coolink Chillaramic thermal grease is based on ceramic nano-particles that ensure high performance and also completely eliminate the risk of short circuits, according to the manufacturer. In order to appeal to different computer enthusiasts, Chillaramic does not require a long burn-in time and can be used with air, water and evaporative cooling systems thanks to ability to operate in -45°C – +105°C temperature range.
It is not completely clear what are those “ceramic nano-particles”, but it is highly likely that those are tiny pieces of a solid substance that form a kind of crystalline structure (which is still rather flexible due to the nature of grease) which helps to quicker transfer the heat from the source to the heat-spreader.
The Chillaramic paste comes in 10g tubes at a suggested retail price of €6.90/$8.90.