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The glue is typically a two-part epoxy resin (usually for paste products) or cyanoacrylate (for tapes). The thermally conductive material can vary including metals, metal oxides, silica or ceramic microspheres. The latter are found in products that have much higher dielectric strength, although this comes at the cost of lower thermal conductivity.
End-user modding heatsinks may come with thermal (tape) adhesive attached, but for products sold through electronic components distributors this is hardly ever the case, i.e. the adhesives are sold separately to professionals.
- Computer cooling
- Hot-melt adhesive
- Phase-change material
- Thermally conductive pad
- Thermal grease
- List of thermal conductivities
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