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DELL Integrates CoolIT Systems MTEC Technology into Dual- Stage Cooling System
High-end Dell XPS 710 H2C Edition features advanced liquid cooling system
Las Vegas, Nevada – January 9th, 2007 – Today, CoolIT Systems announces that the new Dell XPS 710 H2C Edition will utilize CoolIT Systems’ MTEC technology to effectively chill the new Intel quad core processor. CoolIT’s advanced technology increases cooling power of Dell’s patent pending new liquid cooling solution which helps to extend the longevity of the CPU and reduces overclocking risks from heat buildup while running virtually silent. This technological advancement unleashes the highest potential in computing performance for the multimedia enthusiast or gamer.
“The demands for high-performance computing have increased exponentially in the last few years. To satisfy this demand, industry leading companies like Dell incorporate the best possible processing hardware into their systems like the new XPS 710 H2C. For optimal performance the processor must remain chilled at very low temperatures and that’s where our patented MTEC technology excels.” said Geoff Lyon, CEO of CoolIT Systems. “With MTEC incorporated into every new XPS 710 H2C system, gaming enthusiasts can now maximize performance from their quad core processor right out of the box without the need for excessive add-ons” adds Lyon.
“CoolIT Systems and Dell engineers partnered to produce the revolutionary H2C Cooling System” said Joe Curley, Marketing Director for the Dell XPS line. “Our new technology establishes a new standard in efficiently reducing CPU temperatures and optimizing computing reliability for the ultimate high performance gaming experience.”
The Dell XPS 710 H2C system and other examples of CoolIT’s patented MTEC Technology will be on display at the CES at booth #71554 in the Sands.
For more information on MTEC technology, go to www.coolitsystems.com
For more information on Dell, go to www.dell.com
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