Danamics Revamps The LMX Cooler

"The Superleggera edition of Danamics' LMX liquid metal heatsink brings some small changes and a massive price cut."

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Danamics first hit the CPU cooling scene two years ago, promising a new, innovative way to deliver top-notch performance with liquid metal cooling.  Unfortunately, their first foray, the LM10, ultimately proved to be a failure, struggling to keep up with the top heatpipe coolers while also costing more than a high-end watercooling setup.

Not willing to be denied, Danamics went back to the drawing board.  Just over a year later, their hard work manifested itself in their second generation cooler, the LMX.  Testing done by Clunk showed they were perhaps onto something, with the cooler beating out some of the current top contenders.  However, priced at €170, the LMX was still fairly cost-prohibitive.  In addition to this, the tester commented on a number of quality issues, saying the cooler seemed very much like a prototype.

With a possible reasonable solution in sight, Danamics once again went back to work to revamp the LMX.  Now it seems Danamics is ready to try the market once again, with the LMX Superleggera.  Changes include the inclusion of an improved power booster and bundle adjustments.  The power booster uses new connectors and a new, less sensitive pump.  The Superleggera will come in AMD- and Intel-only flavors, with a fan being an optional inclusion.

The most significant change, however, is in the price.  Danamics have managed to cut the cost almost in half, bringing the total down to €90.  This brings the cooler much closer in range to the top heatpipe contenders.  Seeing as the original LMX was able to bring in better performance number, Danamics may finally have a feasible solution on their hands.

The LMX Superleggera is expected to see official release on the 17th.

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03-02-2010, 18:06:41

Ducky Spud
Nice guide :) Really like how its turned out in your rig, not sure it would be quite as effective in my Lian-li... mainly as theres no window haha. Im sure some people will be using it for help though

03-02-2010, 19:07:56

id deffo love to give that a try but im useless at soldering and id end up killin myself or every bit of tech about me with my dodgy soldering :rollingla

05-02-2010, 17:18:42

Lol no windows would kinda defeat the object :)
If you pick up a soldering iron dont forget to video it.

05-02-2010, 17:22:16

lol ill just leave a post it on the camera, if deceased please post on OC3D of how not to

05-02-2010, 17:28:06

Better idea, put "in case of death give to Skorchio" then i get a free camera!!! WIN :)

05-02-2010, 17:33:10

ill remember to do it with one of those old giant ones with VHS tapes in it RETRO WIN!

05-02-2010, 18:17:07

Where did you get your panels from if you don't mind me asking?

11-02-2010, 11:45:51

Showing how they can be cut


Wala!! It worked and now i can can clean the mess in my pants :)

Here is the back of the panel, them two strips are the only bits you cant cut (to an extent)

11-02-2010, 11:49:41

I got them from http://www.earlsmann.co.uk I spoke to Sally. Goggle will return loads of results.

11-02-2010, 17:13:19

Interesting guide! It gives a really cool effect.

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