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Tuesday, 12 January 2010 21:21

CoolIT working on VGA cooler as well

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The OMNI A.L.C.

In addition to two new CPU coolers, CoolIT has revealed what they claim to be "the world's first universal full coverage liquid cooling solution for video cards". The OMNI A.L.C. will feature an interposer plate, that will be changeable and unique to each model of the graphics card.

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The OMNI A.L.C. has the same ceramic bearing CFF1 pump and will be available with both 120mm and 240mm radiator. The OMNI A.L.C. is actually a two stage system where the actual plate is separated from the system which gives it a great flexibility when it comes to upgrading, and we guess that they will be available separately.

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This one will also feature the new ESP (Extra Sensory Peripherals) wireless technology that enables control and monitoring via CoolIT's Maestro software and wireless USB controller.

The OMNI A.L.C. "packages" will be available for a number of current and probably some upcoming card while the price will vary depending on the GPU. Unfortunately, CoolIT didn't reveal the precise availability date or even hint about the average price. Considering the fact that this one scored the CES Innovations 2010 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree, we will surely keep our eye on it.

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