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CoolIt Eliminator THERMOELECTRIC CPU Cooler

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  1. technicks

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    A damn you. lol. Great price. I wish Newegg comes to Europe soon.:laugh:
     
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    Is it loud? I kinda want one.
     
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    all i know about these things that they perform like crap on low...but nice on high...but the problem with high is that condensation can occur.
     
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    Was just looking at one of those as i have never seeh one before. Looks gr8 though
     
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    hmmm that looks nice do they sell then in uk/europe ?? never seen it before :)
     
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    Condensation? I thought they only cool the cpu to the low 20's Celcius.
     
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    they can drop around 2C...

    Maximum PC did a review on it. On low speed, it idled around 20C and max around 70C! and on high it did around 2C on idle, and 30C on high...

    In conclusion they just said get a nice heatsink and it will before around the same.
     
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    We have a review on the Freezone coming up very shortly. It should be published Monday or Tuesday at the latest.
     
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    I will be looking forward to that.:toast:
     
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    I have the coolit eliminator. Worked straight out of the box except for the tecs. Had to fiddle around with the connectors and wiring get them to work, even now the tecs just sometimes stop working!:shadedshu
    Another annoying problem is the pump, a constant clicking sort of sound like somethings loose. Installation was real easy although they could of made the tubing a little longer.
    Temp wise its great, e6420 @ stock fan setting on med, barely audible, 5-7°c(idle). On high which is quite loud 0-2°c, this was with room ambients of 25-30°c.
    As i type now oc'd to 3.2Ghz fan on med idling at 12-15°c.
    Highest temp recorded so far is 26°c while running tat for about 30mins, high fan setting.
    Cant wait for my pc8500 reapers to come in and push this proc to its limits and the eliminator.
    As for condensation it does happen, which is why the low setting is there. 1st day i got it i had it running on high proc @ stock, condensation didn't even enter my mind until i was browsing some forums and people were talking about it, popped my head round the pc just in time to see a droplet of water fall onto the sound card of my brand new commando mobo:eek: , hence in the pic you can see some paper towel on my gfx card.
    Since then i've had no problems with it, the fan settings also determin the temp of the tecs with low being just fine for browsing.

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    I look forward to that DJbennbenn
     

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