We've since heard nothing about it; not until now, that is. Dubbed the LM10, this intriguing cooler is being promised for a launch date of November 17th, but appears to be limited to Euro retail channels. The company is still awaiting approval of its liquid metal-based technology before it goes on shelves in other regions.
If you're wondering what all the fuss is about, the LM10 has no moving parts and an unlimited mean time between failures. Inside is a yet-to-be-named liquid metal that's said to provide superior thermo physical properties and is circulated without moving parts thanks to a built-in electromagnetic pump.
The promise is lower thermal resistance than any air-cooler and cooling performance that'll put most water-cooled setups to shame.
No word on pricing yet. We'll be sure to keep you in the loop on what's happening with it. This could be a great partner for Core i7, pending it's as good as the company claims.
Thanks goes to HEXUS for the heads up.