Tuesday, May 12th 2020

EVGA Announces Frostbite 2 Thermal Interface Material

Introducing EVGA Frostbite 2 Thermal Grease, the next generation in thermal interface material. Designed to deliver a highly-efficient heat transfer under any workload, Frostbite 2 is easy to apply to ensure optimal thermal contact between your CPU or GPU and its heatsink. Whether you're air cooling, water cooling, gaming or overclocking, EVGA Frostbite 2 Thermal Grease will keep your temperatures on ice.
Features
  • Easy to Apply
  • Great Thermal Conductivity
  • Built for High Performance
  • Breakdown Voltage: 250 V/mil
  • Operating Temperature: -40C to 180C
  • Specific Gravity: 3 g/cm³
  • Weight: 2.5 g syringe
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9 Comments on EVGA Announces Frostbite 2 Thermal Interface Material

#1
xkm1948
Need some good review versus the current market line ups
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#2
Caring1
Did EVGA just realize the massive profit to be made from Thermal Paste?
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#3
PrEzi
Would interest me how it fares against known thermal pastes like Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut, Arctic Silver 5, Cooler Master Marstergel Pro and Nano, Noctua NT-H2 etc.

Update /// on the back photo we can see that the thermal paste has
Thermal Conductivity of 1,6 W/m-k
Thermal Resistance of 0,035 C/W

vs
Thermal Conductivity 12,5 W/mk
Thermal Resistance 0.0032 K/W
of Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut.

hmmmmm....
Is it... clearly worse :confused: ?
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#4
noel_fs
MX2 is king price/perf ratio
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#5
Cranky5150
I still use and like MX4 myself..I would love to try Hydronaut though..
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#6
Dave65
Cranky5150
I still use and like MX4 myself..I would love to try Hydronaut though..
Me too best all around..
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#7
watzupken
Caring1
Did EVGA just realize the massive profit to be made from Thermal Paste?
I was thinking the same. I think thermal compound is one of the most lucretive business since the cost of a small tube can rival the cost of a good case fan.
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#8
agentnathan009
Based on those numbers, this product is quite inferior to Kryonaut. According to this Guru 3D shootout, this stuff is among the worst performers on the list for W/m-k. However, if someone made a mistake and put the decimal in the wrong spot then it would be comparable to Kryonaut.
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#9
gamefoo21
agentnathan009
Based on those numbers, this product is quite inferior to Kryonaut. According to this Guru 3D shootout, this stuff is among the worst performers on the list for W/m-k. However, if someone made a mistake and put the decimal in the wrong spot then it would be comparable to Kryonaut.
Kryonaut likes to score bare dies if the cooler slips.

I've found KPX performs better than Kryonaut anyway.

This EVGA paste has specs that make it look like the OEM zinc oxide white crap paste. So yeah... Why?
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