CPU coolers are important to the computer system builder in that they determine how warm the processor gets under load, how much Overclocking room the processor might have, and overall longevity of the processor. While the standard reference CPU cooler from AMD and Intel might keep the processor cool, the enthusiast wants to go the next step.
CoolIT is a company that has been around for several years making water cooling for processors, video cards and more. Their focus is on water cooling, with several products designed for CPU, video cards and even a beverage cooler. Today, I'm reviewing the CoolIT Domino Advanced Liquid Cooling system for CPUs. It should be an interesting review of an interesting product. When was the last time you saw a functional water-cooling unit for under $80? Let's see how it does.