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    Asus starts to use liquid metal compound on its laptop CPUs

    Is this the beginning of the end for gamer and enthusiast laptop re-pasting?
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    Re: Asus starts to use liquid metal compound on its laptop CPUs

    Great to see gaming notebook manufacturers using available methods to cool.

    Words from the wise: http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/misjahs-guide-on-how-not-to-liquid-metal-repaste.805338/

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    Re: Asus starts to use liquid metal compound on its laptop CPUs

    How about the oems actually just making adequate cooling systems instead of going for the, "omgz it's 4mm thin!" crowd? Fan noise and having to keep the thing in a fridge has always meant that I've skipped or sold laptops on.

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    Re: Asus starts to use liquid metal compound on its laptop CPUs

    Where do we get these liquid medals from?

    "has a special internal fence that prevents liquid medal from leaking out over time".


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    Re: Asus starts to use liquid metal compound on its laptop CPUs

    https://www.overclockers.co.uk/therm...th-021-tg.html

    Got to love the full paragraph of warnings.

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    Re: Asus starts to use liquid metal compound on its laptop CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by lon3wolf2002 View Post
    Where do we get these liquid medals from?
    Good luck with that!.... I'll stick with something that is not electrically conductive.

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    Re: Asus starts to use liquid metal compound on its laptop CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by lon3wolf2002 View Post
    Where do we get these liquid medals from?
    Good luck with that!.... I'll stick with something that is not electrically conductive.
    I guess you never heard of conformal coating... i have liquid metal on my acer halios 300 and it does improve the OC headroom and i used conformal coating to protect the surrounding area from shorts

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    Re: Asus starts to use liquid metal compound on its laptop CPUs

    Terminator T1000 stylee

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    Re: Asus starts to use liquid metal compound on its laptop CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by lon3wolf2002 View Post
    Where do we get these liquid medals from?

    "has a special internal fence that prevents liquid medal from leaking out over time".

    is that like the fence in Jurassic park that keeps the T-Rex in its pen?

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    Re: Asus starts to use liquid metal compound on its laptop CPUs

    finally catching up

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    Re: Asus starts to use liquid metal compound on its laptop CPUs

    It should be used in all laptops & desktop PC's

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