Nordic Hardware is the first site to publish a review of the Danamics LM10, the special thing about this cooler is that it's the first liquid metal based processor cooler. The Danamics LM10 has five heatpipes with liquid metal, which is circulated by an electromagnetic pump. You can check out the full review over here but the results are pretty disappointing. The Danamics LM10 costs a whopping 350EUR but can barely outperform the much cheaper ThermalRight Ultra-120 Extreme.
Reviewing the Danamics LM10 has been a pleasant experience, with tons of support from Danamics itself, which is pretty natural considering this is the first ever review of the LM10. Unfortunately, we had been expecting, or at least hoping, for better performance, but as it is right now, the LM10 is not much else than a pretty good CPU cooler compared to other aircooled units even though the price tag is more high-end watercooling-like when you would've wanted the result to be the other way round with high-end watercooling performance for a high-end aircooling pricetag.