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post #11 of 26
If you want, I added some pics of the Coolit in my gallery. It is not that bad!
post #12 of 26
its crap dont buy it

its good if you have a really cool running CPU though
    
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It has done a lot better then my big typhoon. My temps are great.
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Originally Posted by h00chi3 View Post
O.k. I got it in...
-My cpu and the block on the coolit have been lapped from 400-2500 and used AS5
-Speed Fan Used For Temps
-Idle Temps 9°C core 1 and 2
-Idle Temp 20°C CPU
-100% Load Temp (using Prime95) 23°C on both cores
-100% Load Temp (using Prime95) 32°C on CPU

So it is not bad. Better then air, and a nice little all in one package.
Not bad...What was your room ambient? Was that on good OC or at stock? Just curios with out room ambient temp doesn't mean anything, nothing to judge it against...Glad its working out well for you....
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post #15 of 26
whatever 74°F is in C

That is @ 3.6 OC 1.4625 vcore
post #16 of 26
hmm.. not bad

thing I dont like about them is once you get above its recommended heat load your screwed
    
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whatever 74°F is in C

That is @ 3.6 OC 1.4625 vcore
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post #18 of 26
O.k. so I have been playing with this thing (I know this is an old post, sorry about that), and I have modded my 900 a little, and I have to say, this Eliminator is not that bad.

I am running 400x8 with 1.3125vcore, I was idling around 27 to 29 with 40 to 41 under load. Well I removed the fan mesh grill guard thing from the back of my case, and added a 114 cfm PANFLOW to the backside of where the eliminator is mounted. So it sends out with its high cfm 80mm fan and then my 120mm 114cfm PANFLOW is pulling.

It dropped my temps to 24 idle and 38 under load. I know it is not a lot, but it is not bad at all. Loving it for being an all in one kit, plus it was free.
post #19 of 26
I own one of the Freezones, and let me say, it's a good cooler, but not for Pentium D furnaces. At stock speeds i was getting a lot of condensation on the cooler and hoses, but overclocked to 3.8ghz i am idling at 50C and loading at 70C which is a bit high. It's a much better cooler for a lower TDP processor such as an X2 or C2D. Also it's rather tedious turning the TEC power up and down as you need a small screwdriver or their included tool.

I also should add that I think my coolers fan controller is broken and the TEC's aren't working as high as they could. Anyone agree? afterall i've heard that it should be like 50C load and 30C idle for my setup... could be wrong though.
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post #20 of 26
You can try unplugging the sensor header to force the TECs to run 100% all the time.

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