CoolIT unveils liquid cooling system for Intel Skulltrailer

Posted on Friday, Jun 13 2008 @ 01:25 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
CoolIT Systems announces its new "ST" line of liquid cooling solutions designed specifically to work with Intel's D5400XS motherboard (formerly codenamed Skull Trail). The lineup consists of the Boreas MTEC Chassis ST and PURE ST both of which provide maintenance-free, aggressive cooling power to both CPUs and Chipset, reduce noise, and enhance system reliability. The PURE ST easily fits into any chassis with a 120mm fan mount and efficiently cools both CPUs and the chipset with near silent operation.

The Boreas MTEC Chassis ST combines CoolIT's most powerful MTEC technology in the Boreas with the well renowned Silverstone TJ07 chassis to create the ideal barebones kit for the most avid PC enthusiast to the experienced professional content creator. Both the Boreas MTEC Chassis ST and PURE ST are available from multiple distributors and online etailers, with street prices expected to be $899 and $269 respectively. "CoolIT's new ST lineup will enable PC Enthusiasts to fully maximize the performance of Intel's new Skull Trail platform technology" said Geoff Lyon, CEO of CoolIT Systems. " We've worked closelywith Intel to develop this customized Skull Trail liquid cooling solution and the end result will excite PC Enthusiasts and Gamers world-wide ."

"We've been extremely impressed with CoolIT's ability to enable gains in overclocking performance, even while still reducing system noise and providing a low-maintenance, simple installation." remarks Erik Cubbage, Product Marketing Engineer for Intel corporation. "The new ST coolers combined with our enthusiast D5400XS motherboard yield mind-boggling computing performance that is exciting the industry."

CoolIT Systems will be working alongside Intel to develop liquid cooling solutions for future Intel Desktop Boards, as well as other applications which will launch in the near future.



More info at CoolIT Systems.


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Re: CoolIT unveils liquid cooling system for Intel Skulltrailer
by Anonymous on Friday, Jun 13 2008 @ 21:14 CEST
Because the age of Skulltrail is nearly done and gone, does this hint to us that the Skulltrail 2/Bloomfield combo is going to be a similar design?

hmmm...