Pump and fan failure alarms.
Easy to mount.
Quiet, even at "Extreme" setting.
Works with pretty much every socket type.
LCD display for changing settings.
Pre-assembled and tested.
Compatible with latest Intel and AMD processors.
Excellent performance under load.
Not the best performance.
Cable to the motherboard slightly short.
No pushpull fan configuration.
Not the best cooler for the cash.
Would like to see a little more built in control for setting temperature alarms.
By Benchmark Reviews on February 27, 2011
Please remember that these test results reflect our experience with each cooler on a specific motherboard, with a specific processor, BIOS revision, BCLK and voltage settings, and test programs. The results of this test cannot be directly compared to...87
By Hardware Secrets on January 31, 2011
The CoolIT Vantage liquid cooling system (or ALC, Advanced Liquid Cooling, according to the manufacturer) is really very cool (pun intended). Its performance was about what we were expecting: it achieved performance similar to the best high-end air...-
By DragonSteelMods on January 22, 2011
The Vantage isn’t a bad cooler overall I think. It’s easy to install and for those wanting a hassle free liquid cooling system in their computer this is the safest and easiest way to do it. There’s no maintenance required so you...90
By XSReviews on January 08, 2011
In conclusion I have to say that there are only advantages to an all-in-one watercooling set if you look at it from a certain perspective. If you want 'watercooling' in your PC, for whatever reason, but can't build it yourself or don't...70
By Bjorn3D on December 27, 2010
CoolIT Systems has added another fine product to their repertoire of liquid cooled heat-sinks. The Vantage A.L.C. brings an enclosed loop liquid cooling system for the CPU to a wider audience, some of which may not yet have the experience (or...90
By Legit Reviews on December 17, 2010
The Vantage looks to be well made, runs nice and quiet, and at around the $100 mark with a 2 year warranty could give a user wanting to try water, but leery of building a custom loop, an option for less than a full-on custom water loop....-
By BCCHardware on December 08, 2010
When we reviewed the ECO from CoolIT a few months ago we were very happy with the overall performance, the same is also true with the Vantage. While the Vantage is more expensive than the ECO (Vantage can be found online for ~$99.99 and the ECO...90
By Hardware Canucks on November 16, 2010
Many people have unrealistically high expectations for water cooling but these integrated systems just cant compete with custom loops. Products like the Vantage arent targeted towards people who have the time, money and patience necessary to...-
By PCPer on November 14, 2010
The temperature shown on the LCD display is actually for the coolant in the unit, not for the CPU itself. This was very interesting to me because most people want to know the CPU temps instead of the coolant temp. The Coolit Vantage showcased some...-
By Maximum PC on November 10, 2010
An all-in-one liquid-cooler with a built-in display As one of the few players in the all-in-one liquid-cooling market—which marks the midpoint between air-coolers and custom water-cooling loops—CoolIT’s coolers have to compete with...70