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|29th April 2010, 09:01||#1|
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CoolIT ECO ALC ready to chill AMD's hexa-core CPUs
Canadian company CoolIT Systems has quickly jumped the Thuban train and announced that its ECO ALC liquid cooling system is more than capable of handling the six cores of the AMD Phenom II X6 processors.
Introduced early this year, the ECO ALC (or A.L.C.) is an all-in-one solution made up of a copper waterblock, a ceramic bearing CFF1 pump (50,000 hours MTTF) and a radiator equipped with a 120mm fan working at 1800 RPM.
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