Arctic MX-4 Thermal Adhesive is my top choice for basically every system I own, from CPU/GPU testers to my personal PC, so I feel that I should tell you that an 8g tube of MX-4 is down to £5.87 on Amazon right now – over 40% off its £9.99 RRP.
Thermal paste lasts a long time in tubes, so I want to have at least one full tube ready – you never know when a new processor will be announced and you have to spend the weekend swapping out samples. new. More importantly, though, you should change your thermal paste every few years, so if your system hasn’t been touched since you built it a long time ago, it’s a good idea to check the temperature of your CPU to keep it cool. make sure you are still satisfied with it. them – and if not, a quick repeat will get you rid of them in a year or five!
There’s not much left to say about thermal paste that hasn’t been mentioned in Our lovely guide to CPU settings by the lovely and talented craftsman James.
So: let me tell you about the cat I saw tonight. He followed my wife in when she got home from work, meowed with me, and went straight to the bean bag we left next to the TV and made it at home. i posted a quick video about it snarling, then it fell asleep. This is what it looks like when it sleeps:
Aww, isn’t that cute? Now, where have I been? Oh that’s right – thermal paste. This is good stuff, it’s much cheaper than usual and worth picking up if you’re in the habit of building your own PC.
Feel free to share your own thermal paste cat stories/photos in the comments section below. Thank you.