CoolIT Release Domino A.L.C Cooler

"With similar looks to the rest of the range but costing far less, it offers high end cooling to the masses."

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CoolIT releases Domino  A.L.C Cooler - Water cooling for the masses.

Today CoolIT have announced a radical new water cooler which promising high end cooling for far less £££. The new cooler, named Domino A.L.C supports Intel sockets 775 and 1366 as well as AMD AM2+. Here is what they have to say about the Domino:

Domino’s Features and Benefits include…

* Simple Installation – Compact and light plug and play design with an innovative retention mechanism allows for quick installation into even the most crowded chassis supporting a 120mm fan. Domino ALC is universally compatible with Intel and AMD processors including Intel’s next generation Nehalem-based Core i7 processors

* Advanced Control and Configuration – Configurable options range from whisper quiet operation to extreme cooling for overclocking…all at the touch of a button. The micro-controller auto-regulates the system in all modes of operation to ensure continuous protection.

* Intuitive LCD Display – Conveys system status and issues a visual/audio alert notifying the user should the system require attention

* Whisper Quiet Operation – Allows gamers to hear their games…not the cooler

* Highly reliable – Advanced design and highly reliable components provides over 50,000 hours of maintenance-free quiet cooling

* Other Benefits – High efficiency design allows for minimal power consumption (8W max). Lightweight build places up to 70% less weight on the motherboard than heat sink/fan solutions thus removing risk of damage to vital components
You can view the full product page here.

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Most Recent Comments

12-12-2008, 19:59:18

Anyone got any experience of this board?


12-12-2008, 20:06:55

it's not a great overclocker being apparently chipset limited.
I think that ~380fsb is the highest that I've ever seen reported.

12-12-2008, 20:11:31

Hmmm thought as much... it will be going soon... I cannot hit any higher than 360fsb...

Any good MATX overclockers you could recommend?


12-12-2008, 20:35:25

do you need IGP?

13-12-2008, 05:50:06

Around 100 pounds, can go more if needs be but would like to keep it as low as poss, sorry to sound a noob but IGP?


13-12-2008, 08:37:47

IGP: Integrated Graphics Processor - do you use the graphics built into the motherboard or do you have a separate card?

EDIT: Just seen you have a 3650 - you don't need a board with IGP then.

13-12-2008, 09:09:21

That board is a fantastic piece of kit. Sure it won't blow your mind overclocking, but it is a great board if you want an IGP

14-12-2008, 09:03:29

Oh Ok I thought it had something to do with Graphics but I wanted to check to stop any confusion. No I don't need IGP I have an ATi 3850HD GPU.

Any thoughts on a good board?


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