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This is from an email I sent to CoolIt Systems regarding the lack of Quad support (Moreso inquiring about if the possibility was feasible), and this was the response I got:

"Thank you for your interest in our cooling products.



You are right, the Eliminator is not capable (nor intended) to cool a quad-core processor. We will however be releasing a new revision of the Freezone that will be more than capable of handling the job. The current Freezone might even be able to do it.
"

I emailed him back yet again asking for some specs or whatnot and I'm sure he'll respond at some point; the rest of the email is just in regards to my situation (Asking what my current setup was - I guess to see if I had any hope of using one of the current Freezone or Eliminators)

I'm kind of looking forward to one that can - more - than handle a quad core.

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current freezones can handle quads. if they make a better version, it'll be more than sufficient.
i hear they have units with 12 TECs already. couldnt find those anywhere though.
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Well, he responded with some interesting news:

"I like they way you have built your machine, good components. I am pleased to let you know that the dreadful wait for a cooling system is over.



The Q6600 (2.4Ghz – 8MB) draws 105W of power. Our Eliminator is not deigned to handle that much heat but the Freezone is. However, if you really want to push the limit of that quad (which I understand to be a finicky overclocker) I would recommend our Freezone Elite (that is the second revision I was referring to earlier).



A couple of things to take into consideration: The Freezone mounts on either a 92mm or 120mm fan mount (with adapter). The Freezone Elite will only work with a 120mm fan mount. It is still a 6 TEC system but we have redesigned it to be more efficient. The Freezone is rated for 175W and the Freezone Elite is rated for 250W. Yes, that is a considerable improvement However, it does require slightly more power to run. Max power usage is 72W vs 56W.



You can buy a Freezone pretty much anywheres online at various prices. Since the Elite has not been announced yet (its kindof a secret) you can only get it through us. If you are interested in it and want it immediately, I can send you pricing info. Or, you can wait for it to be officially released.



Either way, please let me know how you plan to proceed.
"

Very intriguing...
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Originally Posted by Tyorik View Post
Well, he responded with some interesting news:

"I like they way you have built your machine, good components. I am pleased to let you know that the dreadful wait for a cooling system is over.



The Q6600 (2.4Ghz – 8MB) draws 105W of power. Our Eliminator is not deigned to handle that much heat but the Freezone is. However, if you really want to push the limit of that quad (which I understand to be a finicky overclocker) I would recommend our Freezone Elite (that is the second revision I was referring to earlier).



A couple of things to take into consideration: The Freezone mounts on either a 92mm or 120mm fan mount (with adapter). The Freezone Elite will only work with a 120mm fan mount. It is still a 6 TEC system but we have redesigned it to be more efficient. The Freezone is rated for 175W and the Freezone Elite is rated for 250W. Yes, that is a considerable improvement However, it does require slightly more power to run. Max power usage is 72W vs 56W.



You can buy a Freezone pretty much anywheres online at various prices. Since the Elite has not been announced yet (its kindof a secret) you can only get it through us. If you are interested in it and want it immediately, I can send you pricing info. Or, you can wait for it to be officially released.



Either way, please let me know how you plan to proceed.
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Very intriguing...
Very good timing on Coolit's part I've been intrigued by their products, but would like to hear one. I've grown to hate noisy computer components.
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How exactly is 72W of TEC that can move only 40-60w.... actually move a 120-200w load?
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
How exactly is 72W of TEC that can move only 40-60w.... actually move a 120-200w load?
Because it's a hybrid cooler... it uses 3 "steps"

It goes like this:

TOP>Heatpipe>fins
TEC
BOTTOM>heatpipe>fins

So basically the TEC cools the bottom "heatpipes" and heats the above heatpipe, making the "cool" air made by the tec being cooled by the hot with a fan, reducing temps.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gonX View Post
Because it's a hybrid cooler... it uses 3 "steps"

It goes like this:

TOP>Heatpipe>fins
TEC
BOTTOM>heatpipe>fins

So basically the TEC cools the bottom "heatpipes" and heats the above heatpipe, making the "cool" air made by the tec being cooled by the hot with a fan, reducing temps.

You might be confusing CoolIt system with a TEC aircooler.

I thought a CoolIt was.... CPU -> waterblock -> water -> cooling chamber -> TEC -> heatsink
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How exactly is 72W of TEC that can move only 40-60w.... actually move a 120-200w load?
Hmm. Lord knows I have no idea. But I certainly want one. But by that same token, how did 56W accomplish 175W? It somehow did it...
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Hmm. Lord knows I have no idea. But I certainly want one. But by that same token, how did 56W accomplish 175W? It somehow did it...
With a hot HS and loud fan while perform worse than top aircoolers.
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With a hot HS and loud fan while perform worse than top aircoolers.
Details, details... I prefer to think it's magic.
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