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Koolance updates TMS for Vista and moves to Open Source

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Now this is something Overclockers have been waiting for!
The ability to log multiple vitals of your system as you push it to the limits was sweet but to make the software open source just put the icing on the cake!
I only wish i had the programing skills to make the additions for such things like LN2 bench charts

Seems to be worth the look if you are a programmer into extreme Overclocking

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Koolance's Thermal Management Software (TMS) enables complete user control of Koolance liquid cooling systems via a Windows Vista or XP 32/64-bit graphical user interface. Using the associated hardware board, TMS includes all functions found in Koolance's most advanced liquid cooling products, and adds even more features and control.
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Koolance has verified software compatibility of TMS for use with Windows Vista (the program can be run in "Administrator" mode). Furthermore, Koolance will soon offer the TMS source code online at no charge.










Front page article here: http://koolance.com/default.php
TMS software available here: http://www.koolance.com/support/manuals.html
TMS details available here: http://www.koolance.com/shop/product...roducts_id=351
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So it is software that allows you to control and monitor Koolance products? No thanks for an overpriced monitor cards and lower performing components!
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