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Danamics LM10 - Liquid Metal CPU Cooling - FIRST LOOK - FrostyTech.com Danamics LM10 - Liquid Metal CPU Cooling - FIRST LOOK
Thu Dec 04, 2008 | 3:12A| PermaLink
This is a really exciting heatsink from Danamics, the LM10 uses a eutectic mix of Sodium and Potassium metal (NaK) as the working fluid... as opposed to water/glycol mixtures. The pump is magnetically driven, silent and vibration free. We have some initial concerns about the powersupply and magnetic pump, but we'll have to wait until Frostytech get's its hands on the Danamics LM10 heatsink before drawing any lasting conclusions. Still, very exciting news today from NordicHardware - go read the review!

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"Today we bring you the world exclusive review of the liquid metal cooler LM10 from Danish cooling company Danamics ApS. Danamics was founded in 2005 with the goal of using liquid metal for cooling. Since then Danamics has been researching and developing new technologies that would enable them to do just that. Amongst others, they had to find a suitable metal, but most of all come up with a whole new electromagnetic pump.
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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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(http://www.nordichardware.com/Reviews/?skrivelse=549)


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