The Panasonic Pyrolytic Graphite Sheet (PGS) has a staggering thermal conductivity of 1950W/(m*K)

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    Sorry I didn't get your question. What monitor? It's just a Panasonic product used for thermal conductivity.
     
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    The monitor in background of the video behind Linus, he was showing some temps on it later on. There seems to be some faint brand marking in the bottom right corner, but can't make it out.
     
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    I don't know about it,

    But I think his method to test the product is wrong, he must use many layers on top of each other, coz it's very thin.
     
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    I'm not a big believer in these sheet products. What is the purpose of a thermal compound? It's to fill up, often microscopic, gaps between the two flat surfaces. Not clear why sticking a sheet of fairly rigid material in between would be helpful.
     
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    Says LG NanoCell. Knew it was an LG but that's their TV they're using for their monitor. LG 55SJ8500 in a review of theirs so it's the same one.
     
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    So it's actually a TV. Interesting. Decent price too.
     
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