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Old 01-24-07, 12:30 AM   #13
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I don't know if it was because of the extended ATX case or the fan size, but i had to drill new mouting holes in the case, which was a pain becaues I had mounted everything already LOL.
Interesting, what case is that btw?
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Old 01-24-07, 12:32 AM   #14
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Nothing but the CoolIT Freezone FTFW!!!!
Everytime I see your specs I want to cry, because you have almost the exact same system that I had.
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Old 01-24-07, 02:20 AM   #15
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The CoolIt Freezone does have a limitation with the quad, but it can keep up if properly tuned. For one, you need to turn the TECs all the way up. With that, it keep my OC'd Quad at 30C idle and about 58C with four instances of Orthos running. At stock clocks, it gets well down into the 20's at idle. Consider that OC'd, the Kentsfiled can push 200Watts with enough voltage. So much so, that I consider watercooling the only safe way to properly OC the quads.

One other item, there are releasing a third product with even more cooling capacity that the Freezone. I do not recall the name, but it was shown at CES. Dell is using it in an OEM capacity, as well.
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Old 01-24-07, 07:51 AM   #16
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Here is a scanned copies of the ICE HAWK product brochure I got at E3, where I met up with the cool it guys.



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upclose at E3
upclose at E3 second image

This never made it to the market, I've called and left messages with the product manager. They keep saying it's only 30-60 days away.

In the images above, you can see it on a video card. They used a single card to show the GPU block better. They also had the Dells in the back with quad SLI coolers but they did not know if those would be released to the gen public.

I beleive the cpu cooler shown in these images I took, was the OEM cooler for the Dells. They did not want a flashy bright blue CPU cooler taking away from the ICE HAWK, which was their main focus at the show.
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Old 01-24-07, 09:34 AM   #17
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Yes it is/was a separate add on for your GPU only. I've not seen nor heard anything in regards to being able to actually buy it.

Like I said, I've been told many times "it's almost ready, it will be released in about a month"
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Old 01-24-07, 10:37 AM   #18
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the more I look at that cooler the more it makes me not want one. It just looks so cheaply built.
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Old 01-24-07, 01:27 PM   #19
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the more I look at that cooler the more it makes me not want one. It just looks so cheaply built.
IMO they are very well built. Quality if you ask me.
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I'm quite pleased with my Freezone. It takes 15-20 minutes to install and gives temps comparable to the highest quality WC'ing unit.



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Old 02-07-07, 12:18 PM   #21
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the new coolermaster will keep the quad @ a nice temperature
i'll get one when there are available , it uses 2 120mm fans .
the freezone has one 92 mm fan ?? to cool a quad and three tecs ,
it prolly has to run at full speed all the time will be far more noisy as the two 120mm fans at low speed

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=85738

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the new coolermaster will keep the quad @ a nice temperature
i'll get one when there are available , it uses 2 120mm fans .
the freezone has one 92 mm fan ?? to cool a quad and three tecs ,
it prolly has to run at full speed all the time will be far more noisy as the two 120mm fans at low speed

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=85738
The Freezone has 6 TEC's cooling the ethylene glycol in the loop. It is fully adjustable via the Thermal Control Module and doesn't make much noise at all. Anyway, who cares about noise when gaming because I have my 5.1's cranked or the headphones on. Check out the temps in my previous post. That was under full Orthos load for over 19 hours. No air cooler can hope to touch 34C at 2.95Ghz 1.45v on a dual-core Opty. Plus, I got my Freezone brand new on eBay for only $250.
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Old 02-07-07, 12:45 PM   #23
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and the freezone does not cool everything around your cpu , so you may have cool cpu but very hot heatpipes around it , while the coolermaster does that very well

when i have the gemeni on my quad , i will post my results for it
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and the freezone does not cool everything around your cpu , so you may have cool cpu but very hot heatpipes around it , while the coolermaster does that very well

when i have the gemeni on my quad , i will post my results for it
Did you see the pic of my rig that I posted? It's a Coolermaster 810. I have three 120mm fans, two of them high-capacity, going right up the front of the case blowing air unimpeded across my entire motherboard. There is an additional 120mm rear and 80mm blowhole doing exhaust duty, in addition to the Freezone's 92mm. I've cleaned up the wiring even more, gone SATA for my DVD burner, and to say that I have excellent ventilation would a colossal understatement.

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