Best CPU Thermal Paste

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  1. Andrew DeCola

    Andrew DeCola Newbie

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    If you want a "set it and forget it" thermal paste, I would recommend arctic MX-4. It will likely last the lifetime of your machine in a wide array of climates and is high quite high specs. Definitely a well balanced compound and one I would recommend if making a rig for someone else that is not so tech savvy and won't be opening it up to service the machine. The stuff is fairly runny though, so you have to be careful when applying it.
     
  2. zsolti900

    zsolti900 Notebook Enthusiast

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    The best thermal paste artic Cooling MX-4 . I read a lot about this paste , everybody use this.
     
  3. jclausius

    jclausius Notebook Virtuoso

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  4. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $ on FILTHY

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    Maybe put in a search in the forum. I'm sure you will get some results. Notebooks much worse cooling (low pressure - ****y HS fits) ain't the same as in desktops.
    :rolleyes: +rep
     
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    Nemix77 Notebook Deity

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    I use Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut on my desktop and IC Diamond on my laptops, other than these two; I'd also highly recommend Arctic Silver 5 and Noctua NT-H1.
     
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