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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-25-2019, 09:33 AM - Thread Starter
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Questions Re direct die setup

1. Does a direct die frame like Rockit's eliminate the danger of liquid metal running onto the CPU PCB or mainboard?

2. In the context of direct die cooling, what's the temperature difference between liquid metal, paste, and liquid metal pads?

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1. No

2. At most just a few degrees C
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Thanks, might a good way to protect against from runaway LM, aside from nail polish/ liquid tape, be electrical-taping the PCB to the frame and frame to the waterblock?

I'm trying to think what options might be available with a frame.

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Thanks, might a good way to protect against from runaway LM, aside from nail polish/ liquid tape, be electrical-taping the PCB to the frame and frame to the waterblock?

I'm trying to think what options might be available with a frame.
The best way is simply not to use LM. Not worth the risk for the small difference I a direct die setup.

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