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Tuesday, 12 January 2010 14:15

CoolIT readies new CPU coolers

Written by Slobodan Simic

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ECO and VANTAGE A.L.C.

Due to big success of its Domino A.L.C. that was one of the biggest surprises that we have seen in 2009, CoolIT has launched a two new similar coolers that will easily continue the Domino bloodline, the ECO A.L.C. and VANTAGE A.L.C.

The ECO A.L.C. can be considered the real successor of the Domino, as it has a similar US $75 price tag. The ECO A.L.C. features a copper waterblock, ceramic bearing CFF1 pump and a radiator with a 120mm fan that spins at 1800RPM.

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The VANTAGE A.L.C. incorporates the same block and pump as the ECO, but has a 120mm PWM fan that spins from 1100 to 2500RPM and a module with 84x48 LCD screen for monitoring. The module also incorporates a 2.4GHz wireless communications module, which can be used in conjunction with yet another new product dubbed the Maestro.

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The Maestro features CoolIT's ESP (Extra Sensory Peripherals) wireless technology which allows monitoring as well as control of the cooler via USB wireless controller and proprietary software.

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The CoolIT ECO A.L.C. is already shipping and can be found here at US $74.99. The VANTAGE A.L.C. and Maestro are expected to be available by mid February 2010 with a US $124.99 for the VANTAGE and US $89.99 for Maestro.


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