Tuniq TX-2 vs Gelid GC1 Thermal Paste Showdown - Arctic Cooling MX-2 Thermal Paste Specifications

Article Index
Tuniq TX-2 vs Gelid GC1 Thermal Paste Showdown
Tuniq TX-2 Thermal Paste Specifications
Gelid GC1 Thermal Paste Specifications
Arctic Cooling MX-2 Thermal Paste Specifications
Testing and Final Conclusion

 

Arctic Cooling MX-2 Thermal Paste Specifications:

Taken from Arctic-Cooling.com

Proper Installation instructions can be found here.

 

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Arctic Cooling MX-2 Thermal Paste

 

MX-2 is a high thermal conductivity and low thermal resistance compound for components that require optimum thermal dissipation. It is ideally suited for use in CPU, GPU cooling and other applications between power semiconductor components and heat sinks where thermal conductivity is a major factor.

Main Features:

  • High Thermal Conductivity
  • Low Thermal Resistance
  • Non-Electrical Conductive
  • Non-Capacitive
  • Non-Curing
  • Non-Corrosive
  • No Bleeding
  • Odorless

 

Safe to apply anywhere
Since the MX-2 does not contain any metal particles, there are no problems regarding electrical conductivity or capacitance. Unlike other silver and copper compounds, MX-2 ensures that contact to electrical traces, pins and leads cannot result in any damage.

Durability
With MX-2 no curing and no bleeding of the compound are possible. In contrast to other products, this compound does not show decreasing performance over time, does not need to be reapplied and has a durability of at least 8 years.

 

Density:   3.35 g/ cm3
Viscosity:   2850 poise
Net Weight:   4 gram