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Arctic Cooling MX-2 High Performance Thermal Compound Review

Makaveli    -   December 11, 2007
Category: Cooling
Price: $7.95
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Introduction:

Overclockers are constantly looking for tweaks to implement in order to get the absolute highest clock speed out of their processor. One of the most inexpensive and easy ways to help get the maximum from your processor is to have the best thermal compound applied to it. Thermal compound is what you’ll find in between any processor and heatsink – it insures a direct connection, which allows you to get the best temperatures. Aftermarket thermal compound almost always does better than the stock thermal compound on heatsinks. But how much better? The lower the temperatures that you receive from having an aftermarket thermal compound applied to your CPU, the more room you’ll have to increase the clock speed and the volts applied to the processor. I’ll be comparing this Arctic Cooling MX-2 High Performance Thermal Compound to other popular thermal compounds to get an idea for which one gives the lowest temperature reading. Join me as I investigate the Arctic Cooling MX-2 High Performance Thermal Compound to see how much more room applying it gives me to overclock.

 

Closer Look:

The Arctic Cooling MX-2 High Performance Thermal Compound is sealed in plastic that gives you some quick facts about the product as well as a complete view of Arctic Cooling MX-2 High Performance Thermal Compound. The back of the package has an interesting graph of test results from Arctic Cooling.

 

 

The Arctic Cooling MX-2 High Performance Thermal Compound is in a syringe-like container making it easy to apply.

 

Now let’s apply this Arctic Cooling MX-2 Higher Performance Thermal Compound so that we can hurry up and test it already!




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Installation & Specifications
  3. Testing
  4. Conclusion
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