With some gamers still venting concerns over the running temperature of the Xbox360, one company is hoping that its approach to solve the problem will be adopted by gamers across the globe.

The answer? Liquid cooling of course. CoolIT Systems has announced that it will be showing the worlds first liquid-cooled Xbox360 in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.

To provide gaming consumers with a high performance option, CoolIT Systems has designed a retrofit product that will transform the stock forced air cooling system with a state-of-the-art liquid-chilled system.

“Whether it's a PC or gaming console, the avid gamer is constantly raising the bar for performance", said Geoff Lyon, CEO of CoolIT.

The Microsoft Xbox360 has been the topic of much discussion since its release on Nov. 22, 2005 with many headlines being about problems related to the excessive thermal output of Microsoft's latest gaming console product.

Pocket-lint will be attending the show in America from the 5-8 January 2006 with news updates from the show across the 4 days.