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- Easy Application
- Optimal Thermal Conductivity
- Low Thermal Resistance
- Non-Electrical Conductive
- No Curing
- No Bleeding
- Thermal Conductivity (W/mk): 8.5
- Viscosity (poise): 870
- Density (g/cm3): 2.5
- Net Weight: 4g
- The ARCTIC MX-4 is a premium-grade thermal paste with exceptional performance and ease of application. It is an electrically non-conductive paste that is applied between CPU/GPU and designated coolers to transfer the dissipated heat from the components to the heat sink. Since the ARCTIC MX-4 is a metal-free compound, it eliminates the risks of causing short circuit and in turn adding more protection to your computer.
- The new formula in the ARCTIC MX-4 features optimal thermal conductivity and low thermal resistance. These characteristics effectively dissipate the emitted heat from the core components.
- The consistency of the ARCTIC MX-4 is designed for simple application. Its texture is just thin enough to spread onto components using fingers without creating much mess.
- 205 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build The Joker - Revamped Part2
Simple but effective.
- 127 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build The Joker - First Ever build
cant knock this product. Cant really praise it either. Works as it should.
- 37 points
- 25 months ago
from completed build The 4K 4K Build
Easy to apply and have a lot left for future use.
- 30 points
- 29 months ago
from completed build Project ALPHA - My First Build
My CPU hasn't died yet, so I think it's good enough
- 29 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build Ryzen X Gon' Give It To Ya
This is the best non-electrically conductive, ambient temp paste on the market for many years now. It's guaranteed by the manufacturer to not require reapplying for 8 years, and I've seen anecdotal results of people finding it still hasn't dried up after more than 8 years. Track record matters with paste.
It also comes in larger quantities, so if you're building a lot of systems you can get a lot of it and save some money. MX2 is just as good and has even larger tubes available. See my photos for the best way to apply paste on a Ryzen CPU, you want it that way due to how the cores are oriented under the heatspreader and to prevent air bubbles.
- 28 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build FS2015 Build - First Time Builder
Well....It thermal paste....and my CPU not blowing up....so...5 stars
- 28 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Value build, no flashy, no rgb.
I just bought it in case I had any trouble with the cooler installation. Used it to replace the paste on my older pc.
- 26 points
- 26 months ago
from completed build Black Box II
I can't really do any side-by-side comparisons of thermal paste myself, but this stuff is at the top of a lot of shootouts. At this price, can't complain.
- 24 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build Relatively Mean Xeon Machine
Compound: MX4 has been shown to outperform Arctic Silver and I really didn't want the abrasive factor of IC Diamond. I probably put a little too much thought into choosing a thermal compound but with temps not exceeding low 40's I'm happy. Although, one thing I have heard is that MX4 may not age so well, which I'll have to keep an eye out for.