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Exclusive Review of CoolIT's Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling - Testing Results

It's launch day for CoolIT System's new $80 USD liquid CPU cooler and Chris gets a sample to try out exclusively.

| CPU Liquid Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Dec 18, 2008 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 89%      Manufacturer: CoolIT Systems

Test Results

 

Exclusive Look at CoolIT Systems Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling

 

During my testing the CoolIT Systems Domino was able to outperform the MaxORB while in Middle and High fan speed settings, but was a little warmer at the low setting. The Domino running at the middle setting was right around the same audible level as well. In the low setting you couldn't hear the Domino at all, even when under the desk changing settings. The middle and high settings were quite a bit louder, mid being just about right and high being a tad too much for my liking.

 

- IDLE

 

LOW RPM: 1098

 

MED RPM: 1854

 

HIGH RPM: 2947

 

Pump RPM: 3122

 

- LOAD

 

LOW RPM: 1730

 

MID RPM: 2291

 

HIGH RPM: 2913

 

Pump RPM: 3155

 

The above Revolutions Per Minute were recorded at idle and load. Here we see that the Domino is able to adjust itself depending on the processor load. The adjustments come from the fan only; the pump stays around the same speed at all times.

 

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