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    Right so there i was bored on a monday sat around thinking and I thought to my self how could you make water cooling more effective ?

    Good question i told my self so I thought about it some more then it come to me what can you add to water to make it more conductive ?

    It hit me metal ?

    So Now my question has turned into another question what metals could you add to water in powder form to make it more conductive copper ? silver ? gold ? could it draw heat faster ? is there a pump that could move this type of hybred fluid around a system.

    I don't know much about this sort fo thing I might be totally just making my self look a fool but had to share and ask if any one knew any more about this , like has it been tried ? or is it just to exspensive/performance to work ?
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    O well I seemed to have found something in the lines of what i was thinking.

    Liquid Metal Cooling to Revolutionize CPU Cooling

    Even better than water-cooling


    It's a commonly known fact that the higher on performance your CPU is, the better your cooling solution must be. Trying to keep the CPU temperatures down to a minimum has led some system builders to incorporate liquid-based cooling solutions into high-end computer systems. Nevertheless, such solutions are expensive and can sometimes be hard to manage. Well, that could soon change, thanks to the Denmark-based Danamics, which has announced the availability of a very interesting product.

    The company was founded in Denmark, back in 2005,
    and specializes in the development and manufacturing of metal-based cooling solutions. The latest product to come out under its brand looks pretty much the same as any other CPU cooling solution we see at various manufacturers of these products. However, unlike normal CPU coolers, the LM10 cooler brings two features that promise to enhance the cooling factor significantly.

    Simply dubbed the LM10 CPU cooler, it is the world's first commercially available liquid metal-based CPU cooler. According to Danamics, the LM10 can achieve and even surpass the cooling capabilities of most water coolers, which should make it the ultimate solution for the latest high-end CPUs. Even more, if all of the above claims are true, the new product provides a number of advantages over traditional air and water-cooling.

    Another interesting feature of the LM10 is its electromagnetic pump, which is better than traditional fan-based solutions. First of all, the product doesn't imply any moving parts, which makes it ideal for low-noise operations. Secondly, the electromagnetic pump has an unlimited MTBF, which translates into a higher lifecycle.

    Unfortunately, the cooler hasn't yet been put through any head-to-head test with other similar products. There is also no word on when the LM10 might drop in stores or on what its price tag might be. Either way, considering the alleged cooling capabilities it comes with, enthusiasts will most probably be on the lookout for any details of this kind.

    Seems I was close in my idea didn't think of liquid metal at all tho wow that seems like it might be one of best ideas in a long time and might take cooling to a whole new level.
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    Ok after some more research found the CPU cooler isn't as good as they make it out to be but it still begs the question could we use liquid metal in a system like we use water ?

    http://www.clunk.org.uk/reviews/dana...er-review.html

    I bet it would be very exspensive but end of day for some people cost is just word and i am sure there would be a market for it.

    when I hear liquid metal it just reminds me of T2 the film makes me laught.
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