Arctic Cooling MX-4 Thermal Paste Review

Posted December 5, 2011 by Sam Chen in Reviews
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Introduction

Ok, so Arctic Cooling. For those enthusiasts out there, you’ve probably heard the name already and for those who haven’t, well they make some pretty impressive pc cooling products. What you probably don’t know is that they’ve been opening up their product offerings lately to include some pretty diverse stuff such as speakers, headsets and even media centers. Of course, that’s for another day and another review.

Today we’re going to do a thermal paste review and the thermal paste is going to be Arctic Cooling’s newest MX-4 thermal paste. This is the newest iteration of Arctic Cooling’s famous metal-free, non-electrically conductive, high performance thermal paste so in a nutshell, it should be pretty damn good and 100% safe to use as well even if you do manage to screw up or apply too much. We will also be comparing it with a couple other thermal pastes. Anyway, a little eye candy for you guys before we get into the numbers.


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Sam Chen

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