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CoolIT Systems MTEC™ Control Center Featuring Predictive Cooling™ Technology

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  1. Darksaber

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    Calgary, Alberta – July 6th, 2007 – CoolIT Systems, known for its high-performance MTEC™ liquid cooling systems, introduces the MTEC Control Center giving PC enthusiasts complete control over their CPU and GPU coolers for the first time, ever. The Control Center module consists of a USB connected control board that allows full software interaction to control the cooling power and fan speeds of multiple MTEC Coolers including the award-winning Freezone and Eliminator. The MTEC Control Center will also be compatible with CoolIT’s future liquid cooling devices.
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    Using Predictive Cooling™ the user can effectively calculate heat production based on the current CPU usage and adjust cooling power accordingly to proactively increase cooling as additional heat is being generated, thus providing a new level of cooling stability. The MTEC Control Center software will even alert the user via email if a pump or fan fails and can automatically shut down the system. This is ideal for PC enthusiasts and IT professionals who want to protect their expensive hardware and critical data. Another enhanced feature is the ability to graph temperature, CPU Usage, and power levels over time to clearly define and review your cooling performance.

    “We’re extremely excited to bring this unique liquid cooling technology to the high performance computing market,” said Geoff Lyon, CEO of CoolIT Systems. “The MTEC Control Center, with our innovative Predictive Cooling™ technology, allows for convenient and advanced control of your computer’s temperature and performance. We truly feel that this represents the future for cooling computers.”

    As of today, the MTEC Control Center software is available for free download at www.coolitsystems.com. The free software will enable users to monitor temperatures, CPU usage, provide log files, and graphical reports. In order to control CoolIT’s revolutionary MTEC Cooling systems, users must purchase the USB connected module which provides for full management of temperature, power consumption and the Predictive Cooling™ technology. The MTEC Control Center package including the USB Module is available for $119.99 through CoolIT’s website.

    To request additional information and images or to schedule an interview with CoolIT CEO, Geoff Lyon, please contact Public Relations representative Matt Shumate at (305) 576-1171 x15 or by e-mail at mattshumate@maxborgesagency.com.


    About CoolIT Systems
    CoolIT Systems has been working with industry leaders in the computer industry to research, design, and deliver next generation cooling products that provide a comprehensive solution while exceeding high OEM standards for reliability and maintenance-free operation. This carefully designed and patented technology unleashes the full potential of a PC, providing superior cooling performance while reducing system level noise and improving reliability of vital components. The CoolIT MTEC™ Technology can be found in the top names in performance computing like Dell, Alienware, Velocity Micro, Nex-Type, MAINGEAR, Biohazard, Hypersonic and Shuttle.

    Source: CoolIT Systems
     
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    Neat. Not for me, personally, as I prefer to do that kind of tweaking in hardware, but a good idea, none the less.
     
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    Nice. anyone on here currently using the CoolIT Freezeone or anyother of their products?

    Id like to know your experiences. If condensation is a problem. If its the best cooler around and what not. Im thinking I might get something like that for my new GPU and new system when I build it in a few months.
     
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    Pretty neat. That CoolIt stuff is a little out of my budget, though.
     
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