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CoolIT Eliminator and Freezone CPU Coolers Review

Madshrimps put these two units to the test:

CoolIT decided to create a compact water cooling kit with radiator, pump and exhaust fan, to give it an edge they attached several TEC units which aim to keep the water inside the loop cool. The radiator is connected to the hot side of the TEC and is kept from overheating by a 92x92x38mm thick fan.

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