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Danamics tries again with the LMX Superleggera

Posted on Tuesday, February 16 2010 @ 17:58:03 CET by

Danish cooling firm Danamics has developed the LMX Superleggera, the company's third attempt at a processor cooler with liquid metal technology. The new cooler will reportedly be launched for around 120EUR, more info at PC Games Hardware.
The LMX Superleggera utilizes liquid metal to transport heat and weights 1320 grams. In difference to most other coolers the Danamics device doesn’t work with heatpipes: Metal tubes contain liquid metal which is pumped by electromagnets and transfers the heat from the contact plate to the fins. The pump works without moveable parts and is silent. It is supplied with energy via a 4-pin 12V power connector, but is not plugged into the PSU. A device called Power Booster 2, which is installed in a 3.5 inch drive bay, lowers the supply voltage of the pump to a minimum while it increases amperage to 15 ampere.



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