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Friday, 31 October 2008 10:49

Danamics liquid metal cooler comes next month

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Only for E.U.

Denmark-based company called Danamics has announced that its first CPU cooler based on liquid metal technology will be available soon, as of next month. The LM10 which we wrote about before here should hit E.U. retail on November 17th.

The LM10 is unfortunately going to be limited to European Union countries as Danamics is still working to get approval for liquid metal based technology outside the European Union. The new LM10 is going to be sold in a limited quantity and availability but that should change, as the company is still looking for new resellers.

The price, on the other hand, hasn't been announced; but it should be revealed as soon as Danamics officially announces it on November 17th. So, if you really want a cooling system straight out of a Soviet Alfa class attack sub in your PC, there you have it.

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