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CoolIT Systems Freezone Elite Universal CPU Cooler - Preassembled Internal TEC Water

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    Apparently its no where near worth the money, their system without TEC works nearly as well and is 100 pounds less in the UK.


    I imagine it be the same story in $.


    If you can why not buy and build your own water cooling system, a kit with a 360mm radiator will be more effect then this,
     
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    Corsair do an all in one system for much less money, no TEC in it but you can strap two fans to the rad and it does really really well I'll try and find you a link.
     
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    I'll be honest, a TRUE in push/pull would probably match or beat that water cooling setup.
     
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    Thnx but I want below ambient temps.
     
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    It can only cool to 20 Celsius at 100% anyway man, I don't think its worth it at all.
    ( not 100% cpu load I'm talking fan and tec @ 100%)


    Well unless your in a really really hot place ha ha
     
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    I am ....I am right next to two 4870x2's and a 4GHZ 920 i7...Damn hot round here:roll:
     
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    Looks like a good cooler. Put it in a case with good air flow and I think it would work very well.

    Price seems kind of high.

    I'd buy it for $99. :pimp:
     
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    heh, I know its not sub ambient but check out the Corsair Hydro H50, apparently it performs really well with two fans.

    Better then that TEC cooler even :D

    Conclusion to a review about said corsair cooler http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1025/7/
     
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    If it's below ambient temperature, you will get condensation.
     
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    lol... thats essentially the same cooler I have now but I am push pulling with it on the Asetek in my sig.
     
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    lol...no sweat ...lol literally..thnx tho.
     
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    Just quick self correction.

    The tec cooler completely blows away the Corsair when it comes to idle temps.

    Also DRDNA the corsair one is essentially the same cooler as its made by corsair and Asetek heh it does havea few improvements though : ]
     
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    I have one in my back up rig, I get low to mid 30's temp while crunching and folding:D
     
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    You have one what?
     
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    You are 100% right. :rockout:

    From all the reviews that I have read of both of these coolers I totally agree.
     

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