When it comes to advanced cooling, it is hard to beat PC thermal pads and at PC Case Gear, you can choose from a wide range of these products. We offer thermal pads of all widths to cater for high-performance components. These pads can also be easily cut to ensure that they fit all components. Thermal pads are mainly used to eliminate uneven spots on coolers, while you also get replacement thermal conductive pads that can be used with the likes of EK water blocks. These can be used multiple times, which allows for excellent reworkability and electrical insulation. Stop your PC from feeling the heat, and allow it to run at optimum level at all times with PC cooling products from PC Case Gear. Check out the full range of products online now.
Thermal conductive pad for use with EK blocks. This thickness is used mostly for Mosfet blocks and some full cover blocks. Please check installation manuals before purchasing to see which thickness you need. The very flexible structure and low hardness allow great a…
Replacement Type B (75 x 50 x 0.5 mm) thermal conductive pad for use with EK water blocks.…
The EK Thermal Pad E is a replacement thermal conductive pad for use with EK water blocks. Along with thermal conductivity, it provides great elasticity and elongation with natural tack on one side. Can be used multiple times, thus offering great reworkability and elect…
Replacement thermal conductive pad for use with EK water blocks. Along with thermal conductivity, it provides great elasticity and elongation with natural tack on one side. Can be used multiple times, thus offering great reworkability and electrical insulation.…
Don't want to put permanent bonding epoxy on your high dollar video card? Use this cheap and easy double sided thermal tape to achieve similar cooling results without the worries. The Sekisui #5760 is also useful for mounting heatsinks on any chip that lacks mounting ho…
With the ever increasing popularity of solid state drive (SSD) being used as the primary storage device in PCs, capacity and performance continue to climb in newer models but so have their operating temperatures. This has resulted in situations where SSDs, especially th…