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Arctic reveals their next-generation MX-5 thermal compound

A thermal compound which will last for eight years

Arctic reveals their next-generation MX-5 thermal compound

Arctic reveals their next-generation MX-5 thermal compound

Arctic Cooling has confirmed that they plan to launch their new MX-5 thermal compound on March 15th, a Thermal Interface Material (TIM) that is rated to last for eight years. 

At this time, it is unknown how MX-5 will differ from the company's existing MX-2 and MX-4 thermal compounds. However, it is expected to be more thermally conductive than the company's existing thermal materials. Amazon UK currently lists Arctic's MX-5 thermal compound with a £13.63 price tag, with the company's MX-4 compound costing £6.24. Though this price premium for Arctic's MX-5 compound, we can assume that Arctic's new thermal paste formula offers users superior properties.

Sadly, Arctic Cooling has not revealed any official data about their MX-55 thermal compound aside from the TIM's release date and UK pricing. We expect to hear more about Arctic's MX-5 thermal compound soon. 

 

- HIGH PERFORMANCE: With excellent temperature reduction performance, the MX-5 is ideal for CPU and GPU cooling, and other applications between power semiconductor components and heatsinks

- SAFE APPLICATION: The MX-5 is metal-free and non-electrical conductive which eliminates any risks of causing short circuit, adding more protection to the CPU and VGA cards


- HIGH DURABILITY: In contrast to metal and silicon thermal compound, the MX-5 does not compromise over time. Once applied, you do not need to apply it again as it will last at least for 8 years


- EASY TO APPLY: With an ideal consistency, the MX-5 is very easy to use, even for beginners


- WELL PROVEN QUALITY: The design of our thermal paste packagings has changed several times, the formula of the composition has remained unchanged, so our MX pastes have stood for high quality

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Most Recent Comments

24-01-2021, 18:57:46

g0ggles1994
If this performs better than MX-4 I'm sold. That's been doing excellent over the years so a non-metal upgrade will be welcomed.Quote

25-01-2021, 03:00:51

NeverBackDown
As long as it remains high quality at a good price, I'll replace my MX4 that's been going on for quite some time.Quote

25-01-2021, 17:27:09

Bartacus
I'm a longtime MX-4 fan too, even though I decided to try Kingpin KPX on some recent builds.Quote
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