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Friday, 04 January 2008 13:30

CooI IT will seriously water cool at CES

Written by Slobodan Simic

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More water cooling for the new year

 

CoolIT Systems, famous for high performance liquid cooling systems, is going to show new products at CES. To be more precise, four new products will be showcased at this year's show.

CoolIT will show Freezone Elite, which is a TEC cooler bundled with the so-called MTEC Control Center and dual TEC graphics card cooling solution, branded Dual Drive Bay VGA Cooler. Next in line is the pre-assembled CPU water cooling kit, branded PURE CPU cooler, which will mark CoolIT's entrance into the affordable CPU cooling market since the suggested price for PURE is "just" $134.99.

Last, but not least, is the Boreas MTEC chassis, based on the Silverstone TJ-07 aluminum tower case, packed with CoolIT system and a price tag of $949. The Freezone Elite will cost around $449.99, and the Dual Bay VGA cooler gets a suggested price of $299.99.

CoolIT is certainly going to get a lot of attention during CES, at least from the water cooling enthusiasts.

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