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post #11 of 17
Most people won't touch this stuff not because it's conductive, but because it's corrosive. There are plenty of screenshots people have posted of the Gallium eating aluminum heatsinks in a few seconds, and it potentially will do the same thing to copper and silver over a longer period of time.
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post #12 of 17
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Hmm. If its totally liquid, how does it not just flow away
just because its a liquid doesn't mean that it flows everywhere. glass is technically a liquid, its just very viscous(sp?). this stuff may be liquid, but it will probably flow VERY slowly (if at all)
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post #13 of 17
Go get water on your hands and then push your hands together as hard as you can, the water will stay there in all the creases of your hands. It is meant to fill the tiny/microscopic gaps remember, so it's not like it's just floating between the HSF and CPU.
post #14 of 17
It says it has the properties of mercury so that makes it rather thick. Anyways would this work on an open die? i would wanna try it but what about the ope die of say a lidless CPU or a GPU core? Sure itll smear nice on rough metal but what about a real real smooth surface?
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post #15 of 17
My hand's don't heat up and stay hot on a constant basis though. It's diffusion. So it would have to be thick, i.e. attracted to itself, to stay there and not flow over itself.

Also I don't know about you guys but I dont' keep my windows at 50*C 24/7.

To make a bit more sense out of my arguments: if you want honey to flow you heat it up before you try to use it.
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post #16 of 17
Quote:
Originally Posted by RyGuy
That stuff looks pretty hardcore. So do you apply this stuff to both the heasink and CPU and then put them together or just do it on one? That picture of them putting it on both is what lead me to this question.
Those that have tested it's properties found that it acts as an epoxy when applied to both surfaces. And it will leave small oxidation pits on both copper and bare core cpus after only 7-14 days. Before long term testing has been documented, I wouln't wish this product on my worst enemy.

If you're really curious there are some good points aginst it's use made here:
http://forums.procooling.com/vbb/sho...447#post157447
  
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post #17 of 17
read the review at frozencpu "After installation the the Liquid PRO will mature in 48 hours. It solidifies at that time and achieves its optimal cooling performance."

so its just a liquid when applied
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