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Coolit Pure Review

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Validating the performance of a product involves testing it out to see if it can perform as advertised, and then finding the limits of its capabilities. To test the CoolIT PURE, I will record temperatures at stock CPU speeds - as well as overclocked speeds - to see how well the PURE handles the load. To perform this testing, I will allow the system to idle for 15 minutes to record the idle temperatures. To obtain the load temperatures, I will run Prime 95 for 30 minutes, using the Small FFT test setting to generate a substantial thermal load. I will use Core Temp 0.97 to gather the temperatures at idle and under load, with the results representing the averaged temps of all four cores.


Testing Setup:


Coolers Tested:

  • CoolIT PURE
  • Intel Stock Core 2 Quad Cooler





 Stock Testing:



 Load Testing:


As an all-in-one liquid cooling solution, the PURE CPU cooler outperformed the stock Intel cooler under load by at least 10 degrees Celsius. This is a substantial improvement, considering the PURE is an almost dead-silent cooling solution.



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Installation
  3. Specifications & Features
  4. Testing: Setup & Overclocking
  5. Conclusion
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