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Thursday, 29 April 2010 07:06

CoolIT ECO A.L.C. reviewed

Written by Sanjin Rados


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Review: CoolIT ECO Advanced Liquid Cooling








ECO A.L.C.,
which is our today’s guest, is an all-in-one water cooling system for the CPU that’s quite simple to mount and use. Many users dread the mere notion of having water within their computers, but ECO A.L.C. will quickly make them forget fear and complication often associated with pouring water and mounting fluid carrying pipes to the water blocks and radiator(s). This time around however, simplicity is the key and what you see on the picture below is basically all you’ll need. 

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ECO A.L.C. (Advanced Liquid Cooling) is a product coming from CoolIT systems. It’s well worth noting that CoolIT is capable of performing all stages in making a product – meaning both R&D and manufacturing, which makes designing and producing quality cooling solutions much, much easier. The same goes for company-customer relations, making feedback-requested changes to products a far less complicated task, which can’t be said for many companies out there.


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