Reviews and Problems with CoolIT Systems Domino A.L.C.
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CoolIT Systems Domino A.L.C. CPU Cooler
7 August 2009
Summary: The Domino A.L.C. CPU cooler is quite an interesting concept. I like that more and more companies are designing compact, sealed units for the enthusiast. This makes it much more affordable for those who want to get into liquid cooling without the expense of having to know exactly what to buy. The fact that this is a completely sealed unit makes it that much nicer.
Pros: » Unit is completely sealed and maintenance free, » Barely audible on Quiet mode, » Fairly straight forward to install, great instruction manual, » Comes with mounting hardware for current Intel and AMD platforms
Cons: » Cost is comparable to higher end air coolers, » May not be able to pre-mount on some motherboards, » Not upgradeable/expandable
Summary: CoolIT Systems
has asserted with the release of the Domino the liquid cooling is now ready for the masses. People do more then just game with and overclock their systems. They are emailing and surfing the web and possibly even working. Why not have a system that can do all these things, do them quietly, and keep cool while doing them? So I have to ask, does the Domino live up to these ambitions?
Pros: Very affordable water cooling, Well though out and engineered, Strong construction, Quiet on Low and Medium settings, Provides performance on par with some top notch air coolers
Cons: No AMD backplate included, Side panel needs to be removed to change modes