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CoolIT debuting new line of liquid cooling solutions at CES

CoolIT debuting new line of liquid cooling solutions at CES
Darren Murph
Darren Murph|January 3, 2008 1:51 PM

If you've been toying with the idea of overclocking your rig, you may want to prevent it from experiencing any catastrophic meltdowns. Looking out for you (and your hardware) is CoolIT, which is readying a new lineup of liquid cooling innovations for release at CES. Among the new MTEC CPU / GPU coolers is the Freezone Elite ($449.99), which utilizes both liquid cooling and thermoelectrics to drive down your CPU's temperature and comes bundled with the firm's MTEC Control Center to give you constant status updates. The Dual Drive Bay VGA Cooler ($299.99) is out to keep your GPU from turning into a stream of molten lava, but it's currently only compatible with a few cards from ATI and NVIDIA. Moving on, we've got the universally compatible PURE, which sports a "pre-plumbed, factory sealed, closed loop radiator and pump module" to keep CPUs on ice for just $134.99. Finally, the Boreas MTEC Chassis combines the outfit's most powerful liquid cooling device with the Silverstone TJ-07 full-size aluminum tower case, but considering the $949 price tag, you better be hardcore and wealthy to pick this up.
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