CoolIT Eco ALC


Over the past few years we have reviewed many processor cooling units. Most of them were heatsink fans (HSF) and some plain passive aluminium blocks, but some were all in one water cooling systems that are designed to do everything you want in a neat package.

Lately JoeB reviewed the CoolIT Domino ALC Watercooling Kit which scored a tremendous nine out of ten on our awards scale. CoolIT has to date produced many interesting all-in-one OEM, business and consumer products, ranging from single and dual CPU cooling up to custom and all-in-one GPU chiller setups. Today we have another CoolIT product though, the Coolit ECO A.L.C. all-in-one watercooler, ready for all modern sockets.

What does CoolIT say about the ECO A.L.C.?

"The ECO Advanced Liquid Cooling (A.L.C.) system is an elegantly engineered ultra low profile thermal solution positioned at an economical price point. CoolIT’s engineers have focused on offering a [..] compact design. The whisper quiet ECO cooler is widely compatible with the majority of PC cases featuring a 120mm fan and can be installed in 3 easy steps."


CoolIT CPU FHE (Fluid Heat Exchanger): Copper Micro-Channel
Universal Retention System: Out of the box support provided for Intel 775, 1156, 1366 and AMD AM2, AM2+, AM3 sockets.
CoolIT Proprietary Pump: Quiet, compact, long life CFF1 pump
Ceramic bearing life cycle: 50,000 Hours MTTF
CoolIT Coolant: CoolIT Systems low toxicity with anticorrosion anti fungal additives
CoolIT Radiator: Custom engineered for low noise high heat dissipation
CoolIT Fan: High reliability, quiet 12V speed: 1800 RPM max.
CoolIT CPU Thermal Grease: CoolIT Systems Pro A.T.C.
Warranty: CoolIT 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty


Last modified: March 14, 2011

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