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Friday, 19 December 2008 15:10

CoolIT launches its Domino ALC

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Advanced liquid cooling system

CoolIT Systems has announced its new Domino ALC (Advanced Liquid Cooling) system, the first truly affordable all-in-one CPU liquid cooling system. It supports LGA 775, 1366 and AMD AM2+ sockets.

According to the guys from CoolIT systems, Domino was designed for the PC gamer looking to build a high-performance rig while maximizing value. At the announced price Domino is actually cheaper than some high-performance air coolers, which certainly makes it interesting.

The Domino consists of a radiator cooled by a 120mm fan, a small pump and a CPU waterblock. It also comes with an integrated LCD display which shows useful info like fan/pump speed and temperatures. It consumes just 8W and it's rated at 50,000 hours of work without maintenance.

It should reach stores in next few weeks and the best thing is that it has a price tag of US$79. Quite a catch considering the price; but in the end the performance is what counts, although we have no doubt it will match or surpass the performance of high-end air coolers.

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