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CoolIT Systems Unveils Advanced Liquid Cooling Innovations at CES

January 09, 2007 by Jeff Shepard

CoolIT Systems announced at the 2007 CES that it has developed the MTEC™ Control Center module with "Predictive Cooling™" effectively allowing computers to anticipate heat production from the CPU and adjust cooling power accordingly to provide a new level of cooling stability. The MTEC™ Control Center module consists of a USB connected control board that allows full software interaction to dynamically control the cooling power and fan speeds of nearly any MTEC Chilling solution depending on the preferences of the end user.

One of several liquid cooling systems that Predictive Cooling™ technology works with is the new Boreas 12-TEC (Thermoelectric Cooler) chiller. While other cooling alternatives are restricted to a single processor, the Boreas all-in-one solution applies CoolIT's patented MTEC technology to chill the CPU, GPU, and chipsets allowing for unprecedented levels of overclocking performance. The Boreas is currently featured in systems from MAINGEAR, and Biohazard.

"These new offerings from CoolIT clearly demonstrate our deep commitment to providing the computing industry all necessary thermal management technology. Our offerings now include both software and hardware cooling integration to achieve the highest possible level of performance and reliability from their computer" said Geoff Lyon, CEO of CoolIT Systems. "The MTEC Control Center module with Predictive Cooling and the powerful new Boreas 12-TEC Chiller are just two more examples of technology advancements that are quickly establishing CoolIT as the market leader in computer cooling technology."

Also introduced were the CoolIT Systems RAM Fan and PCI Cooling Booster which provide direct air flow to cool RAM, Video Cards and other heat sensitive components on the motherboard like chipsets and voltage regulators.