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post #21 of 47
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Yeah, I have that one as well. Good stuff.

I never use the Thermal Control Module on my FreeZone. Without it my X6800 at 4GHz (1.4350v) idles at 29C and load at 40C.
post #22 of 47
you really love those things, dont you.
the only difference between you and me is that you can actually afford them... -_-'
post #23 of 47
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LMAO! I modify them and have recently struck up a partnership with CoolIT Systems. *Looks at the camera* "CoolIT Systems, the solution to all your extreme cooling needs."

I do some reviews for them etc.
post #24 of 47
you wouldnt by any chance be kind enough to donate some stuff to me... for the sake of science of course...
post #25 of 47
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If by "donate" you mean "sell at a discounted price" then yes, I will donate some stuff to you.
post #26 of 47
if the shipping isnt too bad, i might accept your offer. perhaps somewhere around christmas.
not sure though. my father's all anti water+electronics, but dont think that will be too much of a problem.
post #27 of 47
I own one, and Coolit Systems is based in my city, (if you go to there site and look at the contact info it says Calgary AB) and it is for the cpu lol

works great, generally sits my E6400 at 12°C
and I have it mounted like so



@ZOMG! WE'VE BEEN HAXORD! I call BS on you, they are based in Canada, not the United States, and modding them has proven pretty well impossible, I have tried, and I have consulted people on the matter.... and you say it's new, it most definitely is not, I have had mine for more than six months... and they had been out for a while then.

so until I see proof, I don't believe you

Edit: oh and right after this photo was taken, I flipped the block around so that the cooler unit is not crooked anymore




and I'm honestly thinking of throwing it out, and trying a more extreme cooling method, or just some real high end air cooling
post #28 of 47
whoa?!? throwing it out?
theres a dozen things you can do with it.
replace the waterblock with a RAM cooler, stick it to your NB, etc.
post #29 of 47
Thread Starter 
The FreeZone SLi Cooler is new, the FreeZone is not. And yeah, I know they are based in Canada, so what? There are endless possibilities for modding them. I think you have sand in your vagina and are just grumpy.
post #30 of 47
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Originally Posted by ZOMG! WE'VE BEEN HAXORD! View Post
LMAO! I modify them and have recently struck up a partnership with CoolIT Systems. *Looks at the camera* "CoolIT Systems, the solution to all your extreme cooling needs."

I do some reviews for them etc.


OT. I had the Coolit Freezone CPU cooler and it is HUGE. Mounting ANY aftermarket CPU cooler with this COOLIT SLI cooler would be a nightmare...if not imposible.
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