Streacom tries to answer this old question: “How much thermal paste should I use?” It achieves this goal by providing PC manufacturers with a package of service size per application. The heat sink has packaging designed to reduce plastic waste. .
In the press release, Streacom Announce It cooperated with the Eden Reforestation Project, a non-profit organization known for combating deforestation in Central America, to change its packaging to reduce its environmental impact.
In each pack of Streacom’s TX13 thermal paste, you will receive five packs. Make sure you have enough thermal paste for five standard desktop CPUs (but for Threadripper or LGA 3647 with larger IHS, you may need more than A). The packaging consists of recycled cardboard envelopes, excluding plastic spreaders.
Each package provides you with enough solder paste to make “pea-sized” dots. The thermal conductivity of TX13 thermal paste is 13.4W/mk, which may make it a contender for our option list The best thermal paste. Streacom also claims that this 0.25 gram paste is enough to make an “X” pattern on IHS.
For every package purchased, Streacom will sponsor the Eden Reforestation Project to plant a tree.
Streacom has not announced the price, but with its high level of electrical conductivity and the feeling of being beneficial to nature, TX13 thermal paste may be worthy of attention.