Thursday, December 18th 2008

CoolIT Releases Domino Liquid Cooling System

CoolIT Systems announces Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling (ALC) that offers the technological advantages employed by high-end liquid cooling solutions of superior performance, quiet protection and years of maintenance-free operation that cannot be achieved by similarly priced heat sink/fan combinations. The unprecedented integrated status display and controls provide users with the ability to easily switch between multiple operation modes satisfying the need for quiet or the desire for overclocking performance.

Domino’s Features and Benefits include:
  • Simple Installation – Compact and light plug and play design with an innovative retention mechanism allows for quick installation into even the most crowded chassis supporting a 120mm fan. Domino ALC is universally compatible with Intel and AMD processors including Intel’s next generation Nehalem-based Core i7 processors.
  • Advanced Control and Configuration– Configurable options range from whisper quiet operation to extreme cooling for overclocking…all at the touch of a button. The micro-controller auto-regulates the system in all modes of operation to ensure continuous protection.
  • Intuitive LCD Display – Conveys system status and issues a visual/audio alert notifying the user should the system require attention
  • Whisper Quiet Operation – Allows gamers to hear their games…not the cooler
  • Highly reliable – Advanced design and highly reliable components provides over 50,000 hours of maintenance-free quiet cooling
  • Other Benefits – High efficiency design allows for minimal power consumption (8W max). Lightweight build places up to 80% less weight on the motherboard than heat sink/fan solutions thus removing risk of damage to vital components
“Domino was designed for the PC Gamer looking to build a high performance rig with maximum value” remarks Geoff Lyon, CEO of CoolIT Systems. “For the same cost as most heatsink/fan combinations, PC Enthusiasts can now have an advanced liquid cooling solution that maximizes CPU performance, minimizes noise and facilitates complete domination in the gaming arena of choice”

Domino’s unique value proposition to deliver gamers the ultimate CPU performance enhancement at an affordable price was recently recognized by the Consumer Electronics Association with the CES Innovations Honoree Award in the field of Computer Peripherals. According to CES, “The Innovations Design and Engineering Awards program recognizes the most innovative consumer electronics (CE) products in the industry's hottest product categories. Innovations has become a hallmark for the best designed products in consumer technology.”

For more information on the CoolIT Systems Domino A.L.C., go to this page. The Domino ALC System should be available at a retail price of USD 79.Source: CoolIT
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10 Comments on CoolIT Releases Domino Liquid Cooling System

#1
KBD
good price, cant wait for some reviews. though i must note that cheaper CoolIT stuff is usually not that good. It would've been nice if the color of the LCD display could be changed, not everyone has a blue theme and, frankly, blue is getting old.
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#3
jbunch07
Very nice looking, however i would find it annoying that you have to to the side of your case of every time you want to change the speed. It should have came with a remote, that would have been much better! not bad price for what you get either!
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#5
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Damn nice price Im gonna check reviews and see how well it performs.
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#6
TheGoat Eater
already have 3 and been using one for about a week now with i7 965 XE - decent for the price...
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#7
theJesus
I wonder how it compares to the Eliminator. You can get those for ~$100.
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#8
KBD
by: theJesus
I wonder how it compares to the Eliminator. You can get those for ~$100.
if i were to guess i think it would be a little better. But at $80 the Domino is not really worth it, judging by the review psted by a111087, good air coolers are very close in performance with the Xigmatek HDT SD964 delevering almost identical temps, the Domino wins by a couple of degrees at load but not worth the extra $40-50, IMHO. I wonder how the S1283/84 would've done against it?
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#10
SonDa5
With Q9550@3.6ghz running Intel burn test my Zalman 9700 LED max temp is 52 degrees celsius. (measured with Real Temp).

I've seen mixed reviews on the Domino ALC. If I could lower my temps at least 10 degrees celsius average I'd buy one.


Can the Domino ALC deliver?
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