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Danamics liquid-metal LM10 gets tested!

pitted against Thermalright's Ultra-120 Extreme
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Dec 5, 2008 3:39 am

We reported not too long ago that an inventive mob by the name of Danamics had nearly finished their final design LM10 CPU cooler, the first of it's kind to use a built-in electromagnetic pump which circulates liquid-metal without any moving parts involved.


We were certainly intrigued by the design and have been looking forward to seeing a sample put to the test to see just how well it performs. Thanks to the folks at Nordic Hardware, that day has come with a world exclusive review of the liquid metal CPU cooler which gets compared to the current market leading air cooler, Thermalright's Ultra-120 Extreme.


Head over here and take heed!


Danamics liquid-metal LM10 gets tested!

The main advantages of Danamics' liquid metal concept are that it creates no noise, no vibrations, has no wear and tear, and a minimal of mechanical parts that will deteriorate over time and break. As mentioned above, Danamics needed to come up with a whole new pump because regular industry electromagnetic pumps require very high currents, several hundred amperes, which would cause some major disturbances if installed inside a PC.


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