Cooler Master demonstrates purple CryoFuze thermal paste with nanoparticles to improve conductivity
WTF?! Are you tired of using the same old silver or greyish thermal paste? Wouldn’t it be great if someone made an outlandish colored material that looks great when applied, even if you only see it when changing processors/coolers or applying a new coat? This is where Cooler Master comes in. The company has unveiled its new CryoFuze Violet thermal paste, a paste so purple it would make Prince jealous.
Frankly, Cooler Master is not trying to sell CryoFuzz Violet based on its color. The company says the paste uses nanoparticles to increase thermal conductivity. He adds that the balanced viscosity and electrically insulated formulation provide superior grip as well as ease of application and cleaning.
The paste is also non-corrosive and oxidation resistant, meaning it won’t harden or dry out over the years. In addition, CryoFuze Violet thermal paste can be stable from -50°C to 240°C and has a conductivity of 12.6 W/mK. In comparison, Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut premium paste has a thermal conductivity of 12.5 W/mK. You also get a regular injection tube to apply to your equipment. Paste available now for $31.
Cooler Master also sells purple thermal pads which can be used on a wide range of components. Like thermal paste, they also contain nano-elements in their material.
Purple thermal paste certainly won’t complement your all-purple gaming PC, but if you’re the type of person who owns a purple Cooler Master case, gaming chair, and other purple products, just knowing that the compound that cools your CPU is color-coordinated will probably bring you peace of mind.
Cooler Master is no stranger to unconventionality. Last year, the company introduced a multi-purpose, fully immersive semi-enclosed workstation for professionals and gamers. It also looked like a massive egg covered in RGB lighting and had enough gamer-focused features to make anyone happy living in it.