CoolIT Systems to Debut 2008 Lineup of Liquid Cooling Innovations at CESCategory: Cases, Cooling, CPU Cooling
Posted: January 3, 2008 10:02AM
Following up on its previous range of enthusiast liquid cooling devices, CoolIT Systems will be announcing its 2008 product lineup at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The Freezone Elite, PURE, Boreas MTEC Chassis and Dual Drive Bay VGA Coolers will be on display and CoolIT is offering a sneak peak at these new products. The Freezone Elite improves upon the existing Freezone product and harnesses the power of liquid and thermoelectric cooling to bring down CPU temperatures. New features include a 120mm fan, increased dissipation of up to 250W and a new black faceplate. The Freezone Elite is the first sealed liquid cooling system fully ESA certified and is available now for $449.99. CoolIT is entering the GPU cooling market with its new Dual Drive Bay VGA Coolers. The unit incorporates a radiator, pump and fan in a single unit that fits into any dual external drive bay slot. The dual fluid heat exchangers install easily onto the graphics cards and maintain a low profile single PCI card height. The Dual Drive Bay VGA coolers compatible with the ATI HD 2900, ATI HD 3870, HD 3850, NVIDIA 8800GTX, NVIDIA 8800GT, NVIDIA 8800GTS 512 and NVIDIA Tesla. The cooling device promises maintenance free operation and provides extreme cooling for optimal graphics performance while also significantly reducing noise. The Dual Drive Bay VGA Coolers are available now starting at $299.99. The PURE CPU cooler is a sealed closed-loop maintenance free liquid cooling system, pre-plumbed and charged for simple bolt-in installation. The unit includes a radiator/pump Module and a CPU Fluid Heat Exchanger. The end result is a highly effective CPU water cooler available to consumers at a lower price point. The PURE is universally compatible with any processor and chassis and is available now for $134.99. The final entry in the lineup is the Boreas MTECTM Chassis which combines CoolIT's most powerful liquid cooling device, the Boreas, with the award-winning Silverstone TJ-07 full-size aluminum tower case. The Boreas utilizes 12 Thermoelectric Coolers to dissipate a tremendous amount of heat, enough to chill multiple CPU/GPU configurations. The Boreas MTEC Chassis comes pre-plumbed and factory sealed, provides extreme CPU/GPU performance, reduces system noise, enhances PC reliability, and is universally compatible. The Boreas MTEC Chassis is available now, by special order, starting from $949. "PC Enthusiasts and gamers everywhere have a lot to be excited about with CoolIT's aggressive, new lineup" said Geoff Lyon, CEO of CoolIT Systems. "CoolIT has built off its previous success with the Eliminator and Freezone, listened to what the market is demanding, and developed a new roster of innovative cooling solutions to effectively and efficiently eliminate heat from any computing configuration."