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Thursday, 17 September 2009 00:32

CoolIT shows new water cooling system

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Dual-socket WS 240

Coolit Systems has updated its product lineup with a dual-socket water cooling system, the WS 240. This dual fan system has some similarities with the famous Domino ALC but looks a bit more serious with a dual 240mm radiator and two water blocks.

The new WS 240 is compatible with LGA 1136, 1156 as well as the 775 sockets thanks to the included mounting hardware and special retention mechanism that should offer optimum contact with the CPU. Same as the Domino ALC, the WS 240 also comes with a three mode switch that adjusts the performance depending on the need.

The 277x117x45mm radiator with two 120mm fans also has a CFF1 long life ceramic bearing pump attached to it.

The new WS 240 should appeal to system integrators that could easily offer systems with high factory overclock. The entire system costs at around US $270 although it can be customized in order to meet the exact specifications of the various systems.

You can check out more details here.

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