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Fri Nov 26, 2010 | 12:02P| PermaLink
"What ASUS has done is take the reference design of the newly released GTS 450 and improved both the cooling capabilities and performance. This is done through increased clock speeds, an aftermarket heatpipe cooling solution and even the ability to raise the core voltage for additional overclocking headroom. All of this should take the ENGTS450 TOP to the next level and lead to substantial improvements over the reference design."

CoolIT ECO A.L.C CPU Cooler Review  - CoolIT ECO A.L.C CPU Cooler Review
Mon Apr 12, 2010 | 4:06P| PermaLink
"All contained liquid cooling systems have been all the rage lately thanks to their cooling potential, ease of installation, size and cost. With the competition growing in this market, CoolIT are back to show the world that they are still the pioneers of this technology and as such have released the ECO A.L.C. Their previous Domino A.L.C solution showed that CoolIT were innovators in their field but performance was somewhat lacking in our own review given the power hungry i7 920. The ECO is aimed at rectifying this problem, while delivering the solution at a lower cost. With the traditional heatsink design becoming ever bigger to increase efficiency, an All Liquid Cooling (A.L.C) solution is growingly appealing to users who want the benefits of liquid cooling accommodated in a smaller space, without the hassle of a custom setup. Of course, a custom water cooling setup will no doubt be better but CoolIT are pitting their solution against similarly priced air cooling solutions instead. The likes of Noctua and Thermalright have set a high benchmark so it will be interesting to see how the ECO fares in this highly competitive market."

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