Rafa

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Mohd Noh    179

Hi Rafa ,

 

Please contact Cooler Master Customer Services , they told me already regarding your question but i think would be nice if you submit the ticket . CS will give you best answer .

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@Rafa

 

Have you considered Artic Silver 5? Its will perform many times better than ceramic based paste/grease.

 

Silver is the most efficient heat conductor paste/grease type and also the most affordable equally easy to apply..

 

Of course there are better thermal conductive materials, but they are not as affordable or even for the inexperienced user.

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Rafa    0

If I have considered it.
But it is the most expensive in my country.

 

Which is better?
AS 5
AS MX-2
AS MX-4

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See

 

AS 5 apparently is 8.7 W/(m·K)

 

https://www.arctic.ac/uk_en/mx-4.html

 

8.5 W/(mK)

 

https://www.arctic.ac/uk_en/mx-2.html

 

5.6 W/(mK)

 

 

MX 4 is better than MX 2 but AS 5 claims to be better than those.

 

I would use AS 5 or MX 4

 

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However note that AS 5 has 200 hours to be able to achieve best thermal conductivity from particle to particle,

MX 4, Ive no idea, but they claim its a apply once and forget for 8 years.

 

 

 

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I would keep this is mind... (test for air coolers but you get the idea.)

 

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Apparently MX 4 performed better than AS 5 there (im guessing that they didnt wait 200 hours for Artic Silver 5)

 

Well anywho, I will say MX4 is safest bet here, its also not too expensive.

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