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[FS][US] Coolit ECO C240 A.L.C.

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    SOLD!

    Up for sale is the Coolit ECO C240 A.L.C. system. I have used it for only a couple of months with my i7. It comes with all mounting accessories and is in like new condition. See my review of it here. Really a nice set-up, beats my TRUE and Megahalems by a few degrees, plus is pretty quiet if you scale down the fans. Price is $100 shipped.

    USA only, sorry no international shipping, payment by paypal or money order. Heatware is here. Pm me if interested or any questions, and thanks for looking. :)

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    Does it fit an 1156 board?
     
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    Yup, it will work with 775, 1156, 1366 and AM2/3 boards. Here is link to the coolit site. link
     
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    I need to check my case to see if it will fit.
    Get back with you l8tr
     
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    does this model have 2 pumps? that rad looks huge for only one.
     
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    The single pump sits over the block and it's plenty sufficient.
     
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    The radiator is actually fairly small and thin. Just imagine 2 H50 rads merged together.
     
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    These coolers are hard as hell to find unless you're a reviewer or you don't mind paying $40 in shipping directly from CoolIT because they're located in Canada.

    A real gem at $100 for anyone who can put this to good use.
     
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