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Thread: Weekly Giveaway - CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling




  1. #11
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    Default Re: Weekly Giveaway - CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling

    I currently have cooler master V8 cooling my core i7 OC'ed @ 3.6 Ghz. My Asus P6t mobo has dual socket holes (which is very good), a 775 and 1366 compatible.
    I also have modded my antec 300 case with a side window, so i can see the interior of my pc..and it'll be more nice if i win the coolit domino so the interior will look cooler!!

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    Default Re: Weekly Giveaway - CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling

    I would love to give it a try I air cool now

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Weekly Giveaway - CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling

    Cooler Master Hyper TX2

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    Default Re: Weekly Giveaway - CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling

    Currently running:

    MOBO - GA-MA770-DS3
    CPU - AMD Athlon X2 5000+
    CPU Cooler - Arctic Cooling, Freezer 64 Pro
    RAM - Corsair XMS2 800mhz 2 x 1gb
    Video - GeForce 9600gso OC'ed with a Ultra Performance VGA Cooler

    I would love to try water cooling but just haven't had the money

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Weekly Giveaway - CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling

    I've got a Q9650 cooled with a Zalman 9700. Water would be better

    Please post the winner here!

    Thanks Mr. Tweak

    EK2K

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    Default Re: Weekly Giveaway - CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling

    I have this and love it. Replaced a Xigmatek Red Scorpion. Temps are not a big departure from the Xigmatek, but the case has radically cooled down. All that CPU heat thrown out the back of the case instead of just blowing around inside it. Since both the CPU and power supply push the heat out, the interior is nice and cool, even where I live in the desert and the ambient temperature in the house is 80F. With this setup can now concentrate on keeping the HDDs, the NB and SB cool. Am running 5 HDDs so keeping them cool is important to me. Although I have NO evidence, all the negative issues I've read about this cooler on the boards appear to have been addressed. It takes up almost no room...yes my case is good sized and the Zigmatek fit with room to spare. The main selling point for me is that it is a sealed self-contained unit.The warranty is 2 yrs but the design life is seven. Have any of us had a rig more than 4 years? Although it has been said by an engineer at IBM that Moore's law is coming to an end in the computer world, we are not there yet. This is a great way to get your feet wet with water cooling ... and the price is a pleasant shock. The build is far better than the price would indicate. I'm not out to OC the world but it is handling my Q6600 at 3.4GHz without any issues. The readout is a nice touch and the middle setting allows the fan to follow the heat curve of the CPU. You can set for low and quiet and high for the fan at full speed. I tried the full speed and it didn't justify the higher fan noise. The middle setting is just fine.

    I sound like a commercial, but I wanted to get into liquid cooling without putting $250+ down for a really good unit. I took a chance but its going on a couple of months ownership now and it proves to me that there is value out there and a sealed self-contained unit can keep with MY style of processing. I haven't put it through Prime95...am not in it for competition. Wanted something that is steady and has a real loud buzzer should something go wrong. I have run a number of the Intel Burn tests and it didn't blink.

    Is this the perfect solution? For me it is. If it stays together for two years I will have gotten my monies worth.




    Update: This didn't work for me. I should have listened to all the posts on what problems you could have with this. As stated so many times, the nipple on the radiator cracked and my TV card was ruined and there was a puddle of antifreeze in the bottom of my case. Why it didn't take out the whole computer is a mystery to me. I treated this better than my daughter when she was just born. If you ask me...and this is just my opinion...keep walking. I've gone back to my Xigmatek.
    Last edited by OldGeek; 12-14-2009 at 10:20 AM. Reason: Didn't work for me...


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    Default Re: Weekly Giveaway - CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling

    AM2+ AMD 940 with only a stock cooler and a HP laptop with cooler fan. This would definitely make for a great addition so that I could push my BE a lot farther. Tuniq just sent me some free TX-2 and it would great to use it for a nice OC.

    Thanks TT
    i just beat the internet.... the end guy was hard.

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    InspectahACE is offline Junior Member
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    Default Re: Weekly Giveaway - CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling

    I use the V10 on my i7 920 which is at 3.8ghz right now.. Water wouldn't be bad but this can go in another rig of mine if it's my lucky day

  9. #19
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    Default Re: Weekly Giveaway - CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling

    Currently my QX9770 is cooled with a Thermaltake V1,and a Q9450 is cooled with a Koolance Exos 2 and waterblock.this would be nice on my QX 9770,,, oH.. i have a QX6850 thats is cooled stock but i have a Zalman CNPS 9700 LED for it..

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    Default Re: Weekly Giveaway - CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling

    Please enter me, I would love to have this easy to use all in one cooling system.
    955 c3 4.0ghz | Darknight CPU cooler | 790fx mobo | 4ghz Ripjaws 1600 | 5850 1ghz 1300ram | 550watt PSU | Windows 7 64bit |

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