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CoolIT Water-Cooling Products
Author: Gabriel Torres 55,578 views
Type: First Look Last Updated: January 14, 2008
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At CES 2008 we could see the complete range of current and forthcoming water-cooling products from CoolIT, including the prototype of a water-cooling solution for rack-mount servers. Check it out.

The simplest product from CoolIT is called Pure. This water cooler is sold pre-assembled, not requiring any kind of maintenance or assembly by the user, being targeted to users that want a quiet PC and even overclockers that don’t want to go through the hassle of building their own water-cooling systems and/or want a cheap water cooler. According to CoolIT this product has a MRSP of USD 125, but we could find it being sold around USD 105 on the internet, which is a very affordable price for a water-cooling system.

As you can see on Figures 1 through 3, this cooler comes with everything already assembled: radiator, 120 mm fan, pump with embedded water tank, CPU block, hoses and liquid coolant already installed. As you can see this system is connected to the power supply through a standard peripheral power connector. It fits both AMD and Intel CPUs.

CoolIT Pure Water Cooler
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Figure 1: CoolIT Pure water-cooling system.

CoolIT Pure Water Cooler
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Figure 2: CoolIT Pure water-cooling system.

CoolIT Pure Water Cooler
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Figure 3: Pure CPU block.

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