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Alright, in a final email the price is revealed finally;

"Here is a formal quote. You can purchase any of these units individually or as a discounted package. If you have noisy 120mm fans in your case, you can replace them with ours. Keep in mind we will already be replacing one 120mm exhaust fan w/ the Elite.



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1 Freezone Elite $400.00 (plumbed for 1 CPU)

1 MTEC Control Center 120.00

2 120mm Replacement Chassis Fans $30.00

Total $550.00



Package Price with fans $475.00

Package Price without fans $455.00

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These prices reflect the suggested MSRP of the package.
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Ouch...You could build a decent 437W Pelt loop for that much...
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Ouch...You could build a decent 437W Pelt loop for that much...
somehow this sounds much more awesome, and personally id rather have one of those. probably stupid, cant help it.
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Ouch...You could build a decent 437W Pelt loop for that much...
For 1/2 the price, you can get a great WC setup that would beat the CoolIt system by a few degrees.

For the same price, you can get a custom phase that would destroy the CoolIt by 30-50C.

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For 1/2 the price, you can get a great WC setup that would beat the CoolIt system by a few degrees.

For the same price, you can get a custom phase that would destroy the CoolIt by 30-50C.

why is truth so sad :,(

but the freezone has like, pelts and stuff, and fits in your case completely, and looks cool, and doesnt draw as much power, and doesnt require condesation proofing (methinks). and.. [insert random fanboyism here]

but serious now, theres indeed a lot better out there. but i'd like to get my hands on one and see how its made.
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why is truth so sad :,(

but the freezone has like, pelts and stuff, and fits in your case completely, and looks cool, and doesnt draw as much power, and doesnt require condesation proofing (methinks). and.. [insert random fanboyism here]

but serious now, theres indeed a lot better out there. but i'd like to get my hands on one and see how its made.
For the money, I can build one that's better. It is a simple water loop with a few TEC chillers cooled by a heatsink.
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For 1/2 the price, you can get a great WC setup that would beat the CoolIt system by a few degrees.

For the same price, you can get a custom phase that would destroy the CoolIt by 30-50C.


Thats what I said......I'm setting up a 437W rig right now...Then maybe a later a chiller to go with it....Phase doesn't seem like much fun to me....A 437W Pelt and chiller might not either after I start getting some electric bills for it....My 320W Pelt is costing me $15-20 bux a month the way it is....
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For the money, I can build one that's better. It is a simple water loop with a few TEC chillers cooled by a heatsink.
i know. NVM. im not getting my point across, and im not going to try.
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Thats what I said......I'm setting up a 437W rig right now...Then maybe a later a chiller to go with it....Phase doesn't seem like much fun to me....A 437W Pelt and chiller might not either after I start getting some electric bills for it....My 320W Pelt is costing me $15-20 bux a month the way it is....
if your motherboard has space enough, get 3 more of thsoe 320's and heavily undervolt them to have a combined Qmax of around 450W. would not raise your electricity bill by much, but you'd need like 10cm space around your socket ;p. yah, its crazy, i thought of it while half asleep. you'd need one hell of a WB too XD

(ignore my crazy ideas before you hurt yourself)
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HaHa....You've never tried to insulate have you?.....Its a pain with just 1 CPU block...
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