Streacom’s new thermal paste has environmentally friendly packaging


Streacom tries to answer the age-old question: “How much thermal paste should I use?” It does this by providing PC builders with a portion of a packet per application to a heat diffuser with packaging designed to reduce plastic waste.

In a press release, Streacom announced that it has partnered with Eden Reforestation Projects, a non-profit organization known to fight deforestation in Central America to modify its packaging to reduce its environmental impact.

In each pack of Streacom TX13 thermal paste, you receive five packs, ensuring that you will have enough paste for exactly five standard desktop processors (but you may need more than one for a Threadripper or LGA 3647, who have a larger IHS). The packaging consists of a recycled cardboard envelope and does not include a plastic spreader.

You have enough paste per packet to make a “pea-sized” dot, TX13 thermal paste has a thermal conductivity of 13.4 W / mk, which may make it a candidate for our list. options the best thermal paste. Streacom also claims that this amount of paste, 0.25 grams, is also sufficient to create an “X” pattern on the IHS.

For each pack purchased, Streacom sponsors the Eden Reforestation Project to plant a tree.

Streacom has yet to announce a price, but with its high level of conductivity and a feeling of doing something good for nature, TX13 thermal grease might be worth watching.


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