Arctic Cooling MX-3 vs. GELID GC-2

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Introduction

For those building a new system or upgrading a cooler on their processor a decent thermal paste can knock a few degrees off the temperature of major system components. For quite some time Arctic Cooling were the industry leader in thermal material with their impressive MX-1 and more recently MX-2 – however a new company, Gelid, hit the market with an excellent alternative in the form of GC-1 about a year ago. Since then GC-1 and MX-2 have been competing for our hard earned money but things are about to get a little more interesting as both manufacturers are refreshing their product line. Gelid have GC-2 heading to stores across the world now and we have an exclusive preview of Arctic Cooling’s MX-3 which aims to be the best performing compound available.

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