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Cool IT Systems Introduces New Line of CPU and GPU Coolers

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  1. Darksaber

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    CoolIT System has a bunch of new CPU and GPU coolers. They are showing a full range of new coolers for the CPU, starting with the ECO A.L.C. which now places the pump right into the cooling base, increasing compatibility with cases. The unit has an MSRP of $74.99 and should be available now. The next step up is the Vantage A.L.C, which incorporates a display and all the electronics on the CPU bracket. The LCD is a programmable 84x48 pixel screen with a dynamic, custom color backlight and 2.4 GHz wireless communication module. Two buttons on the Vantage module provides a user interface for optimizing all chassis fan speeds, RGB case lighting, LCD Backlight color along with monitoring and alarm triggers. The Vantage also features the so called ESP (Extra Sensory Peripherals) wireless technology which enables the cooler to be controlled and monitored through CoolIT's Maestro software and USB wireless controller.

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    On the GPU cooling front, we got a good look at the OMNI A.L.C. This unit has the same wireless system and features interchangable plates between the water block and GPU. This means that you can simply exchange the this plate when upgrading your graphics card.

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    All these look pretty good.

    the CPU coolers are much much better tehn the ALC by the looks of things.

    Push/pull setup without modding fora start.
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    I'm interested if they do a CPU cooler with a 120mm rad.
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    All of them are fella :laugh:
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    Bugger tits!

    I meant dual 120mm - really need to read over my posts.
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    Too bad that i can`t find any COOLIT products around here .
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    I would too if they had dual 12cm rad on there. They look really good and am excited by the price and also the gpu cards. Hopefully the GPU coolers are cheap as well.
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    I think they may do actually, could be tripping balls mind you.

    I'll go check on their website, unless you do it first :laugh:
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    OMNI seems interesting, if the baseplates are cheap. Something like that I could stick on one of the top ventilation holes and it wouldn't interfere with anything else. If they keep the ECO price on OMNI it'll become a tempting option with all of 'em HOT cards.

    edit: price wasn't for OMNI
    240mm rad too (these might become a hit):

    OMNI A.L.C. packages are available for a number of current graphics cards in 120mm radiator and 240mm radiator variations. Pricing varies with each graphics card type.
    http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/news...it-reveals-eco-vantage-omni-maestro-products/
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    Looks interesting... it's only a matter of time until we see prebuilt WC kits that compete with custom.
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    Actually most of them do :laugh: Its just you don't often see people using a 120 rad , certainly not of that thickness for their cpu.

    I tend to find most people get atleast a double.

    These would compete with a 120 thin rad custom system :laugh:

    gota compare apples to apples after all.

    And price to price.
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    You're absolutely right.

    I'm a little confused as to how the GPU cooler works... am I supposed to hook it up to the rad/fan as shown in the bottom left picture? If so I'm all over it.

    Edit: Actually, where the hell have I see that concept? I remember seeing something like that in the news section a long time ago..
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    Precisely like that, seems like a very good idea from domino to have interchangeable plates.
    if it works.
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    If the compatibility come around 100USD I will ship coolit a package full of shit
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    LOL!
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    Fixed!
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    Wonder how's the bottom of that CPU cooler as it's pictured no where, but all in all looks damn cool and simple way to get basic water cooling. Although, how the heck it's a water anything while it's using fan.
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    seems not for extremely overclocking
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    Do not buy these. I had my ALC explode, yes I said explode like a wine bottle. These use the same housing and tube that the ALC uses.
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    I just bought a damn Corsair H50!
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    All water cooling setups require fans to draw heat off the radiator.

    Well what's your definition of extreme?
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    Has anyone come across any reviews yet for the Eco or the Vantage?
    Can't find freakin any, i need to decide soon, will prolly just get the H50.
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    Im interested in the GPU.
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    you mean the GPU cooler

    Bring on the reviews for both please!!!
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    Watch the video on CoolIt's website, approx $300 for the GPU cooling setup.

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