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CoolIT Freezone Liquid Chill CPU Cooler Review

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Water + TEC...Brilliant! it uses a proprietary "Chiller" that features multiple TECs (also known as pelts or peltiers) to chill the special glycol coolant already contained in the kit itself. http://www.extrememhz.com/freezone-p1.shtml
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Thats pretty nifty, seems to work well enough, for the money it would want to do a really good job.
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Wow, thats not that much better than my Big Typhoon though.
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hmm i thought it would be quite a bit cooler than that, people say that pelts can get below 0*C and that is nowhere even close. Looks pretty awesome though.
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hmm i thought it would be quite a bit cooler than that, people say that pelts can get below 0*C and that is nowhere even close. Looks pretty awesome though.
Pelts can get very cold if used in the correct way, that was just a chiller using some pelts to chill the liquid going through the system so it will never gat as cool as a TEC direct application to the CPU.
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Pelts can get very cold if used in the correct way, that was just a chiller using some pelts to chill the liquid going through the system so it will never gat as cool as a TEC direct application to the CPU.
Exactly. I'm running a "direct die" pelt (Winstch Labs 437W TEC) and get -20°C idle and -8°C load temps.
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im horribly curious how they managed to pull off such a smaller chiller that works so well when the ones ive seen out of the enthusiast community usually resemble a civic in an intensive care unit. any of you think you could replicate the size/price/performance of this thing in a chiller for less than their $400 tag?

if so, how?
post #8 of 10
Well, Essentially all their doing is using TECs on the side of a radiator/resivoir mix to cool down the water.

For the price, Why not buy an OCZ Single stager, tis' my question...

Even at that, For the price/performance ratio, It wouldn't be worth it, even if you could afford it.
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Well, Essentially all their doing is using TECs on the side of a radiator/resivoir mix to cool down the water.

For the price, Why not buy an OCZ Single stager, tis' my question...

Even at that, For the price/performance ratio, It wouldn't be worth it, even if you could afford it.
Only problem with buying an OCZ is they are no where to be found yet. No release date or anything.
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post #10 of 10
it doesnt go below zero because of condensation
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