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    News - CoolIT enters UK market through Realtime

    Innovative Canadian cooling product maker appoints Realtime as its exclusive UK distie.
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    Re: News - CoolIT enters UK market through Realtime

    Love the look of the domino. Will this move reduce costs of CoolIT parts in the U.K.? And can I have a free 2x120mm radiator version of the domino for being first to post?
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    Re: News - CoolIT enters UK market through Realtime

    Quote Originally Posted by zephod View Post
    Love the look of the domino. Will this move reduce costs of CoolIT parts in the U.K.? And can I have a free 2x120mm radiator version of the domino for being first to post?
    Good luck. BTW if he gets one can I have one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by haveron View Post
    Good luck. BTW if he gets one can I have one?
    Count me in Desperately need good cooling for my i7. Running a bit hot

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    Re: News - CoolIT enters UK market through Realtime

    Just added a brief update with price and availability.

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    Re: News - CoolIT enters UK market through Realtime

    CoolIT and Realtime are counting on that lightness being perceived as an advantage by system builders. You might not think that matters in a desktop, but Dean insisted that a heavy air cooler can increase the chances of systems being damaged in transit.
    When has the weight of your PC ever been a key factor in what you purchase? Performance PCs are usually heavy, big PSUs, multiple drives, SLI full length gfx cards etc. Seems like they've missed the point a little with that statement. And what about leaking water inside a watercooled system that's been damaged in transit - even more of a risk if you ask me. £75 for a watercooling solution that can't beat decent air cooling? Doesn't sound like a good marketing strategy to me.....

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    Re: News - CoolIT enters UK market through Realtime

    Quote Originally Posted by madmaca View Post
    When has the weight of your PC ever been a key factor in what you purchase? Performance PCs are usually heavy, big PSUs, multiple drives, SLI full length gfx cards etc. Seems like they've missed the point a little with that statement. And what about leaking water inside a watercooled system that's been damaged in transit - even more of a risk if you ask me. £75 for a watercooling solution that can't beat decent air cooling? Doesn't sound like a good marketing strategy to me.....
    Not as an end user madmaca, but it's increasingly considered a more important factor by system builders. Shipping a PC fitted with a large cooper heatsink mounted perpendicular to the motherboard exerts a huge amount of stress on the mount which can lead to irreparable damage.

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