CoolIT is a company that has made quite a name for itself with the various coolers they have put on to the market thus far. For those who haven't heard of CoolIT, Chris had reviewed one of their products for us before, the Domino A.L.C. Now, with the Domino, there were some handy features and the general design of an all-in-one cooling solution made it quite the looker upon its release. After more and more users came to purchase the Domino, the end users started reporting feedback to CoolIT systems of incompatibilities in their specific rigs and just ways that might improve on the overall experience using a CoolIT product.
The people at CoolIT took notice and went back to the drawing board to produce not only a more widely compatible cooling solution, but to try to make this product as affordable as possible. Things like mounting of both the heat exchanger and how to mount the radiator all came into play. Alongside the compatibility there was also efficiency and noise levels that were major factors that needed to be solved before the release of their new product. Just to show where the company stands on the quality of their product, they sent samples around for the media to test. Reports came in about a possible mounting issue and CoolIT recalled them all, redesigned the mounting and resent the retail ready versions for another round of our labs abuse.
With CoolIT's dedication to manufacturing a perfect product and the thought process behind the engineering of their new product covered, let's get down to what we are here for. The time has come to get out the camera and get some images of CoolIT's new ECO A.L.C. all-in-one CPU water cooling solution. Then we can see if the claims made up to this point ring true and that this is a solution that can make most of the popular air cooling solutions cry in shame while being at a similar price point.