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    Default EVGA Frostbite Thermal Paste



    Introducing the EVGA Frostbite Thermal Grease, the world's first thermal paste validated for extreme overclockers as well as everyday users. The high conductivity ensures maximum thermal transfer for the absolute lowest temperatures. It's not only about performance though, the EVGA Frostbite Thermal Grease was voted easiest to install in a random survey that compared the top thermal pastes today!
    http://www.evga.com/articles/00638/

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    Guess I'll have to order a tube and see how well it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Guess I'll have to order a tube and see how well it works.
    I was gonna say, talk is cheap till we see results.

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    i was really interested in seeing a review about this .. because they say this works wonders.. but it would be good to try it on their "Superclock CPU Cooler" . Since that is one of the best air Cooler.. hmm..

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    Default Re: EVGA Frostbite Thermal Paste

    i have some tubes here already for a month, just saw the tread here.
    Using Ceramique for years now, and some OCZ Freeze also for benching.
    For daily use i use normally Coolaboratory ultra and changed it now for Frostbite.

    Must say :
    against ceramique, damn it's good, get higher OC, better response with LN, better OC under Dice.
    Ceramique goes in the garbage can.
    Against Ultra (metal paste), it's also better for shure.
    On my GTx580 was first Thermaright The chill factor and Ultra, changed it for Frostbite, and vga's are running 6C cooler now idle and load.
    frostbite is my new nr1 here in the house and will not use anything else anymore.

    it's really good guys.

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    Default Re: EVGA Frostbite Thermal Paste

    Quote Originally Posted by HybridChiller View Post
    it's really good guys.
    Good to know, thanks!
    I've seen other reviews where it did very badly at normal air and water cooling temps, but haven't seen any sub zero testing.

    I don't plan on doing anything near as cold as LN2 or Dice, but I'm putting a chiller together for cooling a GPU down to -10 to -15C for 24/7 folding competition use, and am interested in what the best TIM would be for that temperature range.

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    Default Re: EVGA Frostbite Thermal Paste

    i have here at home :

    Artic Ceramique
    Artic silver 5
    Artic Lumina
    Coolaboratory Liquid pro
    Coolaboratory Ultra
    Diamond7
    OEM paste
    Thermalright the chill factor
    Vapochiller paste
    OCZ Freeze (old and new ones)
    Evga Frostbite

    And frostbite is better on air, TEC, watercooling and subzero, because i used and tried them all.
    and if a review says it's very bad TIM, then they are full of bull****, used it wrong,
    or just trying to break it down because they don't get samples from evga for review (as i know evga doesn't send quickly samples out for that)

    And i get lowest temps with the Frostbite actually, while Ultra is also not bad but Frostbite just goes down 1 or 2C then that,
    while with the rest the difference is bigger.

    I have Duo core, quad core, SD 2600K @ 5520Mhz, SR-2 setup, GTX580 Classified vga's, all kind of vga's for benching, so i have also a lot of hardware to use and test it on while benching or running as 24/7 rig.

    I just saw 1 review where it was called very bad, while i just read other reviews where they say it's very good.
    (just googled for reviews)

    And i can tell you :

    It's GOOD stuff !!!!!!!!

    And offcourse everybody whants the best temps, like me to, so i will use always the best paste, when there's again a better one, i will use the best one.

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