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Old 08-26-10, 12:56 PM Thread Starter   #1
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[O/C] CoolIT Vantage ALC Review


CoolIT Vantage ALC Review
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The CoolIt Vantage ALC is not the first self-contained watercooling loop to hit the market, and certainly won't be the last. We have reviewed several already at Overclockers.com: including the CoolIt ECO A.L.C. and the Corsair H50. The Vantage, however, is the most advanced self-contained watercooling product that we've seen to date, featuring an LCD screen, wireless-ready monitoring capabilities and customizable performance
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Great Review Matt,
I found that on different Gigabyte Mobo,s the issue with connecting to the 4pin CPU header wasnt an issue on one Mobo, the two Mobo,s I have them installed are the P35-DS3L and X48T-DQ6

Connecting on the P35-DS3L runs as normal operation, on the X48t-DQ6 the fan runs at max, also I have mine set-up in Push/Pull config with Shrouds and extra 120mm fan

More results are seen in Jolly-Swagman’s thread

Looking forward to also getting the software called Maestro, when its released in October for even more control options and settings.

Overall I am Quite Happy with the CoolIT VANTAGE ALC

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Nice review Matt, how does this compare to the Corsair H50 and H70?

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