CoolIT teams up with Corsair to launch Hydro Series H60

Posted on Thursday, Jan 06 2011 @ 16:35 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
CoolIT Systems announced it has teamed up with Corsair to develop liquid cooling kits, the first product originating from this partnership will be the upcoming Corsair Hydro Series H60:
CoolIT Systems, leaders in advanced liquid cooling technology, has teamed with Corsair to launch a new liquid cooling performance platform starting with the Hydro Series H60. Additionally, CoolIT has worked extensively with the Corsair product team to create a new technology called Corsair Link, a software connected control system for case lighting, cooling systems, fans, power supplies and memory. Through this new product the enthusiast will, for the first time, be able to optimize their entire PC for their own performance, aesthetic and acoustic preferences.

“We are thrilled to be working with one of the biggest names in enthusiast computing.” Says Geoff Lyon, President and CEO of CoolIT Systems, “Through this new partnership, Corsair’s experience and knowledge in the enthusiast computing space has provided invaluable guidance to create a tremendous technology offering”.

“By teaming up with the innovative engineers at CoolIT Systems, Corsair has taken an important step to deliver not just a great cooling product but a platform that allows all Corsair components to be controlled through a software control system” Says Ruben Mookerjee, VP and General Manager for Components at Corsair.

The new line of products will be launched at CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, on January 6, 2011, and include a new low profile head unit and superior cooling performance and acoustics. The products will be available for reviewing on the http://www.coolitsystems.com on January 6th, 2011.


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