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Old 04-06-2010, 10:51 AM   #16
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Yes, it is compatible with all current Intel sockets.
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Old 04-08-2010, 05:41 PM   #17
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After goofing around with Corsair's H50 for our contest PC, I have a new-found respect for this style of cooler. Quiet, and effective... can't beat that.
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i assume that like the other coolit systems, this one is set up to pull air into the case from outside. thus in a case like mine with one input fan and one output fan, using this system would leave no output fan. i assume that to properly use this system you must use a case with more than one (preferably on top) output fan. correct me if i am wrong please.
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No the ECO pulls air out of the case through the radiator. You can always tell which way a fan pulls as they always pull through the open end of the fan itself past the bracket and fan motor.
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Hi Guys, this is Barry w/ CoolIT. The reason our rad doesnt' benefit alot (it does some) from push/pull configs is because it is optimized for low CFM. That means you keep the fin pitch low so you get max performance out of the rad w/ a quiet fan. Just one of the intricacies of designing a powerful but quiet system

Anyways, real reason I registered instead of posting as a guest is because I have been getting more and more involved with various different forums and we just honestly impressed by the quality of questions and answers been tossed around in here so I figured I'd hang around when I can.

I hope its ok for MFG's to post here... If so, i'm happy to help answer any other questions as well.. its going to be a big year for CoolIT and liquid cooling in general.

Keep up the good work!

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Old 04-13-2010, 08:40 AM   #21
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Welcome Barry! We certainly have no issues at all with manufacturers posting and welcome any and all feedback as well. I am sure the readers will also welcome the idea of being able to not only ask us questions but you as well.
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Awesome! I love it when manufacturers take an active role on the tech forums. It gives them a direct pipeline to the people they are designing their products for and it gives us a chance to ask questions or provide feedback. Very cool.
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