Melting Aluminum Into Ingots

in this video I’m gonna show how I melted down these larger aluminum ingots into these smaller muffin sized ones I had to do this because as you can see they don’t quite fit in my crucible and the smaller ones are just much easier to handle and they melt faster as well to do […]

Melting The Gallium Fidget Spinners

Last week I showed you how to make fidget spinners out of gallium and we looked at a number of designs Galium turns from a solid to a liquid at about 30 degrees c! and today I’m gonna destroy the spinners so we can see them melt I’m gonna start with this classic shaped spinner […]

What If You Could Melt Metal With Your Hands?

. Imagine being so strong, and so powerful, that you could physically melt metal with your hands! Gold, iron, and even titanium. Technically, yes, you can melt metal with your hands, but not every type of metal. There’s a metal that’s so soft that it can melt at just under 30°C (85.6°F). This metal is […]

Liquid Metal in a MacBook Pro: No More Throttling!

What Does Liquid Metal Look like After 3 Months Inside a MacBook Pro?

Three months ago, despite my better judgment I put liquid metal inside my 2017 MacBook Pro. And by so doing improved the thermal performance of the laptop by over 15% from the stock thermal pace That’s a lot! And since then my computer has been both as quiet–and as cool–as a cucumber …yes cucumbers are […]


– Now it’s time for the hot knife versus the liquid metal. Let’s try this. (slow electronic music) Whoa, it’s crazy! What’s up, it’s Collins Key and today I’m doing another experiment, it’s kind of like a DIY, I’m going to be playing with gallium, which is basically liquid metal. If you hold it in […]

Liquid Metal Cooling a PHONE!?!?!

Liquid metal It’s a hell of a drug You know, first you delid your CPU and then that high wears off so then you like liquid metal your laptop and again You’re rewarded with amazing temps and even a performance boost and that keeps you going for another week or so and then You notice […]

Liquid Metal Embrittlement – Gallium vs. Aluminium

This is gallium. It’s a metal but it has a melting point of 29.76 degrees Celcius. Which means that it will melt in your hand to produce a beautiful silvery liquid like. this Unlike mercury, which is toxic, gallium is completely safe which means you can do some pretty amazing stuff with it. Like mold […]

I Made LIQUID METAL for the Processor!

Hello everyone! In this video, I’m going to show you How I made liquid metal for computer Central Processing Units And how I tested it’s thermal conductivity In case you didn’t know Modern computers transfer heat from CPU to radiator through a layer of thermal interface material Most frequently thermal grease is used as such […]