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Cool Laboratory Liquid PRO consists of 100% liquid metal - the metal remains liquid at ambient temperature. The Liquid PRO paste has a heat transfer rate over nine times that of conventional thermal compounds!
Liquid PRO does not contain any non-metallic additives such as silicone. Due to this composition it out performs the best thermal compounds on the market by a factor 9.
The liquid metal behaves similar to mercury. Application of the thermal compound should be done with a small, lint-free brush to distribute the compound evenly across processor or heat sink. After installation the Liquid PRO will mature in 48 hours. It solidifies at that time and achieves its optimal cooling performance.
When applying Liquid Metal, a little more care is necessary compared to the application of conventional pastes. If you are inexperienced in dealing with computer hardware you may wish to pick another paste that has less performance and less potential risks. (Liquid PRO is electrically conductive)
Coollaboratory Liquid PRO was designed for use with high quality coolers made of copper or silver. Aluminum coolers are unsuitable for use with Liquid PRO.
DO NOT USE ALUMINUM COOLERS
or allow Liquid Pro to come in contact with any aluminum, or other non-copper surfaces. Aluminum is not resistant against Liquid Pro and will result in damages to any aluminum surface. Aluminum will dissolve when in contact with Liquid PRO.
AMD CPUs use a Zinc-coated Copper Heat Spreader and therefore are perfectly safe to use.
Like all metals, Liquid Pro may act as an electrical conductor. This forms no problem if applied according to the directions provided, as your cooler is a conductive metal as well. Make sure Liquid PRO does not touch any electric components. This could lead to short circuit when power is on. If you spill some of the Liquid Pro, wipe it away thoroughly before turning your PC on. Larger quantities can be sucked away with the syringe, or use a paper towel for smaller amounts.
The Coollaboratory Liquid PRO was mistakenly reported as being toxic. We apologize for this error. The Liquid PRO is not a poison, is not a fire risk, nor is it an explosive. We do recommend taping the plastic top onto the syringe before disposing of it to prevent others from cutting themselves on the product.
Total Reviews: 14 Average Rating:
Surface prep will "make-or-break" the job12-14-2013
Reviewer: Hyperlight Reseaarch (4)
Everything has to be shiny as mirror-shiny because the stuff literally Alloys" to the mating surfaces. ...Now if we could just get it by the 1-Gallon bottle to use a coolant!
THE TIM to use with Delidded Ivy Bridge01-31-2013
Reviewer: Stay Puft (1)
I''ve been using MX4 with my Delidded 3770K for weeks and finally decided to order and try the Pro. All i have to say is i wish i hadn''t waited so long. I dropped 20C lower with the Pro over the MX4 and am now able to run 5 Ghz stable. Amazing product and a user for life.
Reviewer: Mouse51180 (18)
I bought 1 tube of this a couple years ago and was a headache to use. Never got it to spread as easily as they seem to do it on the video. Got it to spread on eventually, but was not a fun, easy, or clean task. Upgraded my some parts on my pc and decided to give this stuff another chance. As I was slowly sqweezing the contents out I hit an air bubble in the tube and a big blob of it squirted across my video card. I FREAKED. This is liquid metal and I am sure I had just made some kind of micro connection on my board. I cleaned it up as best as I could and thankfully saved the video card, but it was a scare I did not like. This stuff works great, but it is not worth the time, headache, and worry for an extra degree or two. Stick with a good thermal paste...this stuff can easily turn your gaming rig into a door stop if your not careful. Will NEVER buy this again.
The most PERFECT thermal interface available!12-15-2009
Reviewer: JS (8)
Coollaboratory liquid metal not only has a high thermal conductivity and works well for air cooled rigs but it does especially well for TEC and phase change applications as its melting point is 8 degrees C, so it solidifies into a block of metal giving a near perfect thermal interface. Great support from the company when asking them about sub-zero specs. A few application tricks: Use dielectric under and along sides of CPU topped off with a silicone sealant to prevent any from getting to CPU during application and afterwards. I also lapped both the CPU and the cooler interfaces to 1/2000, used Arctic cleaning solutions, and then applied the liquid metal to both interfaces and put a small bead in center with a lot of clamping pressure.
Amazing if you dont plan on removing the CPU cooler.11-18-2009
Reviewer: Foxx (1)
Without a doubt this is the best TIM I''ve ever used, but beware, if you''re one like me who rebuilds their system every few months, this is not for you. Once its hardened on your CPU and cooler, you will need to lap both surfaces to get them clean and smooth again. This stuff is great, but it just isn''t for me.