For years, water cooling your processor was a difficult and often frightening task relegated to enthusiasts with a penchant for risk (and reward). You needed to basically engineer your own device based on parts that may or may not have been designed to work together, and then cross your fingers that it would all work out.
In recent times however, liquid cooling has become substantially more practical because of the increased heat of high-performance video processors and CPUs, as well as the attendant noise of the fans needed to move the hot air away from such components. Smaller (and much easier to install) closed liquid cooling systems are now about as 'difficult' to install as a power supply, meaning just about anyone who has opened a computer could easily add a liquid-cooling setup to their machine. With this in mind, CoolIt has introduced their ECO A.L.C. CPU Cooling System, an all-in-one solution where all the parts are provided.