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CoolIT Launches Four New Products

Then wins four new CES Innovation Awards

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Jan 12, 2010 6:54 pm

CoolIT Systems launched four new products at CES and won four new Innovations International Awards. The new products, OMNI A.L.C. VGA cooler, Maestro E.S.P. fan control, ECO A.L.C. CPU Cooler and VANTAGE A.L.C. CPU Cooler were all on display at CES along with custom solutions.

 

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CES 2010 - CoolIT also displayed several components that go into their award winning total solutions products.

 

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Here we see the new ECO A.L.C, a new low cost CPU cooling solution that is set to hit the market right away.

 

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CoolIT still offers their MTEC Technology in existing products like the Freezone Elite.

 

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On the custom side of things this really stood out. Here we see a 2P blade system with liquid cooled CPUs and VRM chips.

 

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The VANTAGE A.L.C. is shown here next to one of the awards given out by CES. I am sure this is just the first of many awards this product will receive.

 

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Video cards change so rapidly and liquid cooling them can lead to big investments but CoolIT has a new solution that will cut down on the cost with each new video card. Here we see the OMNI. The system uses a universal plate that is retained from product to product. The end user just needs to purchase a new Interposer Plate for each new video card. No word on pricing just yet but this should reduce the total cost of liquid cooling a video card substantially.

 

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Also on display was one of AVADirect's award winning systems, now outfitted with a custom CoolIT liquid cooling system. The Core i7 975 processor was overclocked to 4.7 GHz stable and completely silent.

 

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