Arctic Cooling Arctic MX-4 Thermal Paste Review

One of the main things when ether building a new high end system or trying to make your current system run cooler is good thermal paste. There are a ton of brands out there with many different ones to choose from, ranging from just basic paste to thermal paste made out of crushed diamonds. Choosing the best thermal paste will allow you to run your computer cooler and for the overclockers to be able to push the CPU further while allowing the processor and the cooler or water cooling to do its job. Today we will be testing out the Arctic Cooling Arctic MX-4 Thermal Paste.

Special thanks to Arctic Cooling for providing us with the Arctic MX-4 Thermal Paste to review.

• Easy Application
• Optimal Thermal Conductivity
• Low Thermal Resistance
• Non-Electrical Conductive
• Non-Capacitive
• Non-Corrosive
• No Curing
• No Bleeding

The Arctic Cooling MX-4 comes in a retail plastic package. One the front of the package you will see the all the basic info you would need with it along with some of the features of the MX-4 on the right side. The back of the packaging goes into a little more details about the Arctic Cooling MX-4 and some more specifications, it even has a little diagram showing it being compared against other thermal pastes.

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