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Gelid HeatPhase Ultra: alternative to cooling paste that does not require replacement

Gelid has completed its range of cooling accessories with HeatPhase Ultra. This phase change solution is applied between a processor and cooler to conduct heat. Compared to cooling paste, this thermal interface material should last significantly longer.

For example, the manufacturer states that HeatPhase Ultra does not harden, so cooling performance does not decrease over time. The material is not electrically conductive, meaning no short circuits can occur in the system. One has also paid attention to application and removal, which they say is effortless and mess-free.

Moreover, the pad achieves slightly better cooling performance than the Gelid GC Extreme cooling paste, at least according to some self-run benchmarks. In Cinebench R23’s multicore test, an AMD Ryzen 9 7950X reaches 77°C when combined with HeatPhase Ultra, while the cooling paste ticks 79°C.

Gelid provides two different sizes: one for modern Intel processors (40 x 30 mm) and a slightly larger variant for AMD chips (40 x 40 mm). They get a suggested retail price of 9.5 and 10 euros, respectively, and can already be found on the company’s German-language website.

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