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In an earlier post in this thread someone advocate using liquid metal TIM to produce better cooling in a laptop.
Liquid metal tends to "pump out" from between the two surfaces with heating and cooling cycles which, in a laptop, tend to be more exaggerated than on a desktop CPU. I wouldn't want liquid metal spilling over onto other electronic components nearby.
CPU: R7 2700X stock
Motherboard: MSI B450i Gaming Plus AC
Memory: GSkill Platinum Z 3200
GPU: Rx580 Saphire Nitro
Cooler: CM MasterLiquid 240
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Last edited by trents2019; 02-17-2020 at 02:23 PM.
Reason: forgot to include the quote from the post I was responding to