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Thursday, 12 June 2008 19:09

CoolIT announces its Skull Trail cooling

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Liquid all the way

CoolIT Systems has finally announced its ST line of liquid cooling solutions that we previously saw during the CeBIT show. For those of you that are wondering what "ST" stands for, the Intel D5400XS model name might give a small hint.

Deep-pocketed users that had a chance to buy Intel's Skull Trail system can now rejoice, as CoolIT has prepared a cooling solution, since premium products should be cooled by a premium system. CoolIT has announced two products that are going to be a part of its ST lineup.

The first is the PURE ST, which easily fits in any chassis that has a 120mm fan mount and it efficiently cools both CPUs and the chipset. The CoolIT press release didn't include any marketing promises that we are used to getting from other companies, but as we are talking about CoolIT there is no way that you will be disappointed by its performance.

The second one is the Boreas MTEC Chassis ST ,which combines CoolIT's MTEC technology in the Boreas with Silverstone's TJ07 chassis. We saw this one during the CeBIT show and we must say that we were very impressed.

The Boreas MTEC Chassis ST and PURE ST should both be available and the suggested price stands at US $899 and US $269 respectively. If you think that the price is a bit steep, then you might want to check out the pictures below, and bear in mind that we are talking about high-performance cooling systems.

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CoolIT PURE ST

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CoolIT Boreas MTEC Chasiss ST


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