CoolIT Systems ECO A.L.C.
Out of the box the cooler indeed looks very much like the Corsair Hydro H50. The tubes are thin and very stiff, which is annoying when installing the thing, but also helps against kinks. Radiator is also again very slim, only 19 mm thick.
The block-pump unit is very low and compact and with its pivoting hose barbs it's possible to install to even the lowest cases. - if only you can also fit the radiator somewhere. As seen here, the block comes with the AMD mounting brackets attached, for different sockets one should replace these with the correct kit. The overall build quality seems sturdy enough, but the plastic fittings do make me a bit nervous.
The copper base isn't polished to mirror shine, but it's very flat and smooth and should work great in real life. The four black screws seen on the sides keep the mounting kit in place, while the six shiny screws keep the block-pump assembly together. Remember to undo the right ones.
The fan has a large Coolit logo where the specifications would normally be printed, so it's hard to tell anything about the specified power. Anyway the top speed is said to be at 1800 RPM, which sounds like a lot, but then again the motherboard fan controller will take care of that.
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