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Is this better than water cooling?

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It costs $290
http://www.xoxide.com/coolit-systems...r-cooling.html
    
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It's a self-sustaining TEC/waterblock combo with it's own rad and pump. IMO, it is easily comparable to a good WC setup for CPU only.
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if you only want cpu i guess its cool
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I would be very leery of it...I have never looked for reviews on it...But they never list the wattage of the Tec's or the pump flow...It's probably under powered... Here is a sight that has a little better description of it, but not by much.......CoolIT Systems Freezone Universal CPU Cooler - Preassembled Internal TEC Water Cooling Kit - FrozenCPU.com
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My friend has it and the CoolIt unit keeps the CPU a few degrees above ambient. Performance is the compariable to a high end quality water cooling rig. The TEC do help but will not drop the temperature below ambient. They are controlled so that condesation will not form. For $290, you can easily put together a good CPU+GPU H2O setup.
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Still though it is a nice all-in-one unit I like it!
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