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Thursday, 21 May 2009 11:15

CoolIT partners with Boxx

Written by Slobodan Simic


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Cools down its 3DBoxx 4850 Extreme system


CoolIT has gained yet another partnership with system builder Boxx Technologies. This system builder concentrates on workstations, and CoolIT is certainly one partner that you need if you want your system water cooled.

Boxx Technologies' 3DBoxx 4850 Extreme is one mean system based on Intel's Core i7 platform and one of the options is to have it overclocked to 4GHz and at that clock you need a serious liquid cooling. According to the Geoff Lyon, CEO of CoolIT Systems, the solution created for the 4850 Extreme Workstation will ensure that temperatures will remain low and that system noise is kept to an absolute minimum.

You can check out the Boxx 3DBoxx 4850 Extreme System here.

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