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CoolIT systems and Maingear team up for better cooling

CoolIT systems and Maingear team up for better cooling

More performance from a computer system means that you must have better cooling or things just aren't good. Too much heat inside a computer will cause overheating and can crash the system. There are a lot of computer companies on the market today that use smaller liquid cooling systems like the ones that CoolIT offers.

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CoolIT unveils slick OMNI Universal Liquid Cooling kit for AMD video cards

CoolIT unveils slick OMNI Universal Liquid Cooling kit for AMD video cards

Any computer enthusiast or hard core gamer will tell you that heat is the enemy of performance. This is especially true when you start overclocking your CPU and GPU looking for added performance. Those really into overclocking look to liquid cooling or even more exotic methods for their computers. CoolIT has announced a new universal liquid cooling system for AMD video cards called the OMNI.

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CoolIT demo overclocked liquid-cooled HD 4870 X2 on video

CoolIT demo overclocked liquid-cooled HD 4870 X2 on video

Back when they announced their Dual Drive Bay VGA cooling system for ATI's storming HD 4870 X2, CoolIT CEO Geoff Lyon told us that by using the liquid-cooled setup they'd managed to overclock the video card by over ten percent.  We're sceptical by nature here at SlashGear, though, and so CoolIT have released a video demonstrating their setup.

Check out the CoolIT demo video after the cut

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CoolIT liquid-cooling for HD 4870 X2: overclock GPU to 880MHz

CoolIT liquid-cooling for HD 4870 X2: overclock GPU to 880MHz

They may not be the first liquid cooling system for the ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 that we've seen - Asetek's setup yesterday beat them to it - but CoolIT's does have the bonus of being marketed to consumers not just OEMs.  CoolIT worked with AMD to develop a liquid cooling system that would make overclocking the X2 both straightforward and stable; in fact, they can push the GPU up 13.5-percent, and the memory up by almost the same amount.

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