Using just liquid to chill your CPU is so Q1 2006. If you want to be current with your cooling, you’ll need to switch to something using thermoelectrics, like the newly announced Eliminator from CoolIT. Using the Peltier-Seebeck effect the cooler’s patented MTEC technology uses multiple thermoelectric coolers to chill the liquid below your ambient temperature.
The big benefit to this is that the liquid isn’t being cooled by fans, so there’s much less noise. The system comes pre-plumbed too, factory sealed and ready for more than 50,000 hours of maintenance-free operation.
The Eliminator should be available in retail and on the company’s Web site by the middle of December. And it’s only $199, which in comparison to other liquid-cooling solutions is on the affordable side of things.