We tested 90 different thermal pastes to help you find the best one to help cool your CPU.
Gelid has launched its new HeatPhase Ultra thermal pad, which it says uses phase change material for better performance than some of the best pastes.
An apple-scented thermal paste has been launched in Japan. One explanation provided is that the light green color helps DIYers check for an even application.
Sometimes you might need an emergency substitute thermal paste, and if you have some spare love gel, or fucidin cream you are in luck.
Thermalright unveils Heilos thermal pads for AMD's AM5 and Intel's LGA1700 processors.
Follow our quick and easy guide to make sure your thermal paste application doesn't lead to higher CPU temps or other serious problems.
Replacing thermal paste is a 10-minute job that can keep your PC running smooth and cool.
A user on the Computerbase forums has tested 22 different substances, to see which ones perform best. His list includes thermal paste, thermal pads, food toothpaste and more.
Arctic MX-6 replaces MX-5, and is based on the MX-4 formula. It has been tuned for performance, stability and viscosity – and is priced from $12.99 for a 2g syringe.
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