Wednesday, June 2nd 2010

CoolIT Systems Introduce the World’s First Range of Specialised ALC

CoolIT Systems, leaders in IT liquid cooling technology announced today their first four products in what will be the world’s largest range of specialised advanced liquid cooling solutions. Our aim is to offer a wide variety of configurations to satisfy a vast amount of individual cooling requirements across many IT platforms whilst maintaining cost effective, highly efficient, easy to install and maintenance free cooling” explained Geoff Lyon, CEO, CoolIT Systems.

For the ultimate cooling performance, the CoolIT Systems ECO 240 ALC features a 240mm optimised radiator with a twin 120mm fan assembly powered and regulated by a single 12V motherboard header. The fans can be configured in either a push or pull orientation according to the customer’s preference.

The CoolIT Systems Dual ECO 240 ALC is designed for dual processor workstation and server platforms. Two award winning ECO units work effectively in series providing optimal stability and reliability whilst reducing acoustic output from an optimised 240mm radiator and twin fan assembly.

Addressing small form factor computing, the CoolIT Systems ECO 80 ALC features CoolIT’s newly developed 80mm radiator and fan combination. Hardware components in confined environments can finally be effectively and quietly cooled by extracting heat directly out of the chassis. For maximum compatibility, CoolIT have also introduced the ECO 92 ALC with 92mm fan and radiator.

“The possibilities are endless” continued Lyon, “further customisation can be requested on all our products to suit individual requirements and specifications, such as a 4 fan setup on the Dual ECO 240 ALC powered and controlled by just a single 12V fan header”.

Following the launch of the CoolIT Systems OMNI ALC universal graphics card cooler, both GPU and GPU/CPU combinations will soon be introduced to the new range as well as the infamous MAESTRO scalable wireless control system. Lyon explained, “Imagine being able to control and monitor the cooling performance of multiple graphics cards, processors, fans and temperature sensors from a simple piece of software and more importantly without any wires!”

“CoolIT Systems is built on pure innovation, but our innovation extends further than our product line” added Lyon. “We invest massive amounts of resources in the development of our manufacturing processes and services we offer. This is what sets us way apart from our competitors” he concluded.
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9 Comments on CoolIT Systems Introduce the World’s First Range of Specialised ALC

#1
Kovoet
I have never ever tried water cooling as I am to kak scared of trying it. But looking at the picture I might just give it a go, as well as saving space on my motherboard to put an extra 6GB of ram as the titan ferir goes slightly over one of the ram slots
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t77snapshot
Well it's about time someone came out with a dual rad w/c kit! Now lets see some reviews:)
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#3
pjladyfox
I'd be really curious to see how this stacks up against an H50 using a push/pull configuration on both an AMD and Intel setup. From what I've seen first-hand and from others this setup will really greatly depend upon the radiator and the fans being used.

Really have to wonder why a lot of these companies are not shipping these in a push/pull configuration since most people who have room for a 240 will have sufficient room for such a configuration. Either way I hope TPU is able to get one of these to play around with. ^_^
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#4
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
leaders of IT cooling but yet - that 5870 is still running under stock cooling.
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#5
Vagike
The video card cooling solutions are through their Omni line. See as how this article pertains to the ECO, I kind of understand why they don't have the 5870 cooled.
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#6
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Wow, pretty cool pretty cool. Wonder if they will make a separate cooling system for ATI 4/5x series and Nvidia 2/4 series.
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#7
sneekypeet
Unpaid Babysitter
There are workable models of GPU cooling for 5 series ATI and 4 series Nvidia currently....not sure on plans to go back to older cards. Check out their site, they have plenty of images;)
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Kantastic
by: t77snapshot
Well it's about time someone came out with a dual rad w/c kit! Now lets see some reviews:)
240mm sealed kits have been out for a while now. Google Asetek LCLC or even some of NorthQ's offerings.
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pr0n Inspector
by: pjladyfox
I'd be really curious to see how this stacks up against an H50 using a push/pull configuration on both an AMD and Intel setup. From what I've seen first-hand and from others this setup will really greatly depend upon the radiator and the fans being used.

Really have to wonder why a lot of these companies are not shipping these in a push/pull configuration since most people who have room for a 240 will have sufficient room for such a configuration. Either way I hope TPU is able to get one of these to play around with. ^_^
Pulling without shrouds can be VERY noisy due to turbulence. and push-pull with shrouds eats too much space. better to just pull with shrouds:D.


On the cooler, the ECO pump is weeeeeeeeak, barely moves any water. I know, I bought one.
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