Arctic MX-4 Thermal Paste Review

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Arctic MX-4 Thermal Paste Review

Arctic MX-4 Thermal Paste – Introduction

Back in September and October of 2009 there was a lot of activity in the thermal paste marketplace. Gelid updated their product range with GC-2 and Arctic Cooling followed up soon after with their replacement for MX-2, MX-3. We reviewed both and found the MX-3 was a slightly better performer. Then, to our surprise Gelid immediately updated their range again with GC-Extreme in an attempt to out-do MX-3 and we found that to match the Arctic Cooling product in performance. Since that flurry of activity things have been quiet, other than Arctic Cooling changing their name to Arctic, that is until today when a box arrived on our test bench containing their new MX-4 paste.

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