Danamics LMX Superleggera review -
When we zoom in a little to the cooling block we notice that it has a voltage wire lead as well, that leads to the power supply for the electromagnetic pump, let's have a look at that shall we.
Here's the latest revision PowerBooster (v2) -- 3.5" size which powers a tiny EM pump located in the cooler, you can easily locate it anywhere in your PC or 3.5" drive bay slot, hidden at the inside of your PC. As you can see, it's heavily protected to prevent EM emission.
You'll need one 4-pin molex from the PSU to power it. Don't get worried about power consumption though, these devices are rated to use less than 1W.
Okay, back to the cooler. When we flip it around we see a nickel plated yet copper base block and five heatpipes, looped for continuous liquid metal flow.
It has been a topic of much discussion, the liquid metal based LMX CPU cooler from Danamics. With actual liquid metal inside a heatpipe loop, which is circulated by a electromagnetic pump creating flow inside the CPU cooler, touching the aluminum heat fins which are armed with two fans to quickly and easily get rid of heat. Stuff from the future? Hmm, nope... we test the real thing.