metalc s Sapphire Turns To Liquid Metal Cooling

Sapphire is releasing its next generation of graphic card coolers based on
liquid metal which is even more efficient than water cooling. The liquid metal
will flow through the copper pipes circled with electromagnetic phenomenon to
cool down the card. Some early testing showed that prototype cooled Radeon
X850XT PE card to just 12 Celsius. At this time liquid metal cooling will have
some fans on while a final design might be fanless. Sapphire will have this
product ready in July and will launch many other SKUs based on it.

This technology is actually developed by
nanoCoolers and here
are some detailed information :

“The cooling loop consists of liquid metal as the working fluid, a heat
source exchanger, an ambient heat exchanger, an electromagnetic pump, and
interconnecting tubing. The liquid metal has significant advantages over other
single phase liquid solutions. The thermal and physical properties of the
material give it the ability to cool extremely high heat fluxes. The thermal
conductivity makes it ideal for heat removal and dissipation. The electrical
conductivity enables the use of electromagnetic pumps to propel the liquid.”

Check out more information on the card
here

metalc Sapphire Turns To Liquid Metal Cooling

Sapphire is releasing its next generation of graphic card coolers based on
liquid metal which is even more efficient than water cooling. The liquid metal
will flow through the copper pipes circled with electromagnetic phenomenon to
cool down the card. Some early testing showed that prototype cooled Radeon
X850XT PE card to just 12 Celsius. At this time liquid metal cooling will have
some fans on while a final design might be fanless. Sapphire will have this
product ready in July and will launch many other SKUs based on it.

This technology is actually developed by
nanoCoolers and here
are some detailed information :

liquidmetal setup diagram Sapphire Turns To Liquid Metal Cooling

“The cooling loop consists of liquid metal as the working fluid, a heat
source exchanger, an ambient heat exchanger, an electromagnetic pump, and
interconnecting tubing. The liquid metal has significant advantages over other
single phase liquid solutions. The thermal and physical properties of the
material give it the ability to cool extremely high heat fluxes. With its very
low vapor pressure, the boiling point of the material is in excess of 2000°C.
This provides the capability to cool extremely high power densities without the
liquid-metal changing phase, removing power density as the limiting factor in
cooling performance. The liquid metal is non-flammable, non-toxic and
environmentally friendly. As a metal, the liquid is both highly thermally
conductive and highly electrically conductive. The thermal conductivity makes it
ideal for heat removal and dissipation. The electrical conductivity enables the
use of electromagnetic pumps to propel the liquid.”

Check out more information on the card
here