After treating the gaming community to some groovy mousepads, EVGA turned its attention to the overclocking community, with the new Frostbite thermal interface material (TIM). This white, silver-based TIM has a thermal conductivity of 6.5w/m-k, and is said to be less viscous than other silver-based TIMs. EVGA is pitching it for use in bleeding-edge overclocking setups, with sub-zero cooling solutions. EVGA even got renowned overclocker K|ngp|n to endorse it, saying that the Frostbite TIM is easy to apply and holds on longer during extreme bench sessions. Available in 2 g syringes, the EVGA Frostbite TIM is priced at US $9.99.