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CoolIT Systems Contest Announced

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: 07:50PM

What do you do with your old air cooling solution once you install one of CoolIT Advanced Liquid Cooling units? This is not a rhetorical question and CoolIT aims to find out. In fact, they're so serious about this question that the company is willing to pony up 100 ECO A.L.C. units just to find out. Seriously.

But like all good things, you're going to have to work for a chance to win one of those 100 units. It's not all that difficult really, because all you have to do is create a video of what you are doing with your old air cooler that you're no longer using. Once your video is ready you'll need to post it on the CoolIT YouTube channel.

“At CoolIT Systems we are always focusing on engineering exceptional products and adjusting our designs based on customer feedback. A contest like this is a fun way for us to thank our customers for their valuable input by getting involved in what they are doing.” Says Susan LeBlanc, Global Marketing and Communications Manager at CoolIT Systems.

The contest is scheduled to begin on August 4th, 2010, and will take place on CoolIT’s YouTube channel. The first round will run for a period of 14 days and the winners will win one of 100 ECO Advanced Liquid Cooling solutions. Consumers are invited to rate posted videos to vote for the winner. So head on over to the YouTube channel and check out the CoolIT video for some ideas and then post up your own submission.

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davidst on August 3, 2010 12:14AM
A simple answer should suffice as I would move the air cooler to one of my lesser systems or sell it or put it in my junk drawer.
Locutus on August 5, 2010 04:56PM
But that isn't creative or fun to watch. :/
Locutus on August 6, 2010 01:57AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnvTunWy5tY My entry!
Locutus on August 6, 2010 01:57AM
[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnvTunWy5tY[/url] Link fail!

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