Just found out about this on Noctua's official Tmall page:
The graphene version is new and there is no information about it on the page.
I understand that graphene has much higher thermal conductivity, but does it work well in real life?
So I met a scientist today who's actually researching graphene as a thermal conductor, and trying to fix the problem of it conducting horizontally but not vertically.
I'm like - yo, let me join your lab so we can make me a good passive-cooling heatsink for my high performance CPU.
Her idea is...