EXOTIC THERMAL COMPOUND
Liquid metal compound from Thermal Grizzly reduces CPU temperatures by up to 10°C* compared to standard thermal paste. The right amount must be applied meticulously for the best results, so we commissioned custom equipment that automates the process with mechanical precision. The block that sits on the CPU also has a special internal fence that prevents liquid metal from leaking out over time
COMPREHENSIVE COOLING COVERAGE
Snaking beneath the surface sit 6 heatpipes to pull heat away from the CPU, the GPU, and the circuitry supplying them with power. Reducing the temperature of these components helps improve long-term stability and reliability. The CPU and GPU share pipes connected to dual heatsinks at the back, and each chip has a dedicated pipe to its own heatsink in the flanks. This layout ensures efficient cooling for any workload, including those that light up only one of the two chips.
SELF-CLEANING COOLING SYSTEM
Keeping the heatsinks free of debris is critical to maintaining optimal thermal dissipation, so our engineers designed a special anti-dust tunnel that catches and channels particles outside the chassis to prevent them from collecting on the fins. This self-cleaning system helps ensure consistent cooling performance, which improves long-term stability and reliability
MORE BLADES INCREASE AIRFLOW
Slim chassis leave little room for cooling, so we enhance every aspect of the n-Blade fans to maximize airflow. The carefully shaped aluminum intake shrouds use curved edges and raised guides to help the fans draw in more air. Once inside, it’s blasted toward the heatsinks by liquid-crystal-polymer blades that are 33% thinner than conventional designs yet still strong enough to spin at high RPMs. The Zephyrus M15 matches our highest blade density with 83 per fan, improving airflow by up to 15%.