Why doesn't this machine use liquid metal?
I read some rubbish about it being detrimental to the chip or something. Thing is, the none X3D chips use Conductonaut extreme, I have seen several Youtubers delid and use liquid metal on desktop X3D chips with no issues. Considering the CCDs are likely the same ones as the desktop versions, what is so different that this laptop can't use CE?
I am indeed referring to that laptop, it's the only one with an X3D chip on the market.
Im also asking why it is not on the CPU, which I thought would be obvious by the points in the statement.
Could you enlighten me as to why liquid metal isn't on the CPU?
Hi @Ragnaraz690 ,
Regards to the cooling system of the G733PYV, heat dissipation is faster and more efficient with our vapor chamber design and employs Thermal Grizzly's Conductonaut Extreme liquid metal on the GPU. Used exclusively by ROG, this material offers the highest thermal transfer available on a laptop.
Please understand that this forum only provides general technical support. The specific design principles you are discussing are beyond the scope of our discussion here.
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It's not exclusive anymore, I have several tubes of it and have used it in my A15.
If you can point me to people who can actually answer the question properly I would be most grateful. I have read all the jargon already and none of it actually says why Conductonaut is not used on the CPU.
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