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The Danamics LM-10 is a liquid metal CPU cooler that utilises an electromagnetic pump and boasts "superior thermo physical characteristics". There isn't really a lot of info on the cooler, but this is what Danamics ApS have to say about their product:
 
The liquid metal is a key component in Danamics cooling systems. Liquid metal has two major advantages when cooling high power density heat sources:

Firstly it has superior thermo physical properties that decrease temperature - and temperature non–uniformity - on die and across chips.

Secondly the electrical properties of the liquid metal enables efficient, reliable and ultra compact electromagnetic pumping without the use of moving parts, shafts, seals...
 
Technology behind the cooler here
 
Currently there are no release dates nor pricing details for the LM-10
 
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15-07-2008, 04:38:42

Ruszek83
I am in a pickle !

I have XFX 9800 GX2 Black Edition which is Heavily overclocked...
I have a opportunity to X-changing it with NO EXTRA COST to an Gainward GTX 280 ... ? Should i do it ?? And if Yes then why .. ?
Please help ! :eek:

15-07-2008, 04:42:33

Jim
The only reason I'd swap is because the GTX280 will probably be worth a few more quid if you decide to sell it on.

Also I wouldn't be surprised if nvidia get slack with driver support for the 9800GX2 over the next few months.

15-07-2008, 04:49:37

Ruszek83

The only reason I'd swap is because the GTX280 will probably be worth a few more quid if you decide to sell it on.

Also I wouldn't be surprised if nvidia get slack with driver support for the 9800GX2 over the next few months.



You're probbably right, but performence wise... whey are so simmilar, but i think that single GPU what performes just as good as GX2 which is SLI, is a better way to go...
Actually i do wanna trade, so if anyone can convince me otherwise please do ;-)

15-07-2008, 05:25:31

Mr. Smith
Trade, even though the gx2 is better overall in games, the 280 is single core (so no sli/microstuttering issues) and will hold its value more...

15-07-2008, 07:51:43

jokers_greg

The only reason I'd swap is because the GTX280 will probably be worth a few more quid if you decide to sell it on.

Also I wouldn't be surprised if nvidia get slack with driver support for the 9800GX2 over the next few months.



+1, only reason why I'd upgrade is to get some more $$ for selling it and grabbing a 4870X2 :).

15-07-2008, 07:53:03

jokers_greg
The GX2 does perform better in most games. THe GTX wouldn't be a large downgrade though, and as I've said earlier. You can sell it and get something with way better bang for the buck.

You're probbably right, but performence wise... whey are so simmilar, but i think that single GPU what performes just as good as GX2 which is SLI, is a better way to go...
Actually i do wanna trade, so if anyone can convince me otherwise please do ;-)

15-07-2008, 07:57:01

Rastalovich
280

Exchange tho ? Don`t see any point unless u x2 stuff isn`t working out.
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