I would avoid Liquid metal unless your expert with applications you can destroy your motherboard with this stuff. Seems from the multiple forums I participate in that Kryonaut seems to be the most effective paste for notebooks.
I know of course that I need to be very careful.
But i'd like to have big improvement since i need to open the laptop.
99% CPU, Undervolt and cooling pad did nothing...
How many degree can i decrease with kryonaut?
I'm scared that using normal thermal past can give me just few degree and go from 100°C to 95°C or even 90°C it doesn't look to me a big upgrade.
It's always in "dangerous zone"
I'm looking many videos online.
They use also nail polish with liquid metal. But how can i know if there are electrical conductor inside? I heard that sometime it could happens
In videos online they said also that liquid metal can ruin also copper also if slower than alluminium.