’s booth was quite impressive this year, with more room to show of their products they had a lot of new goodies to show us
The CNPS9xxx wall
The CNPS8000 is step away from the flower design of heatsink - features a 92mm fan rated for 1350-2600RPM, the cooler is still light weight (360gr) thanks to the aluminum fins, it has a copper base which joins 4 heat pipes. Its low height makes it compatible with smaller cases;
The CNPS8000 fits S775 and Socket 939, they are also looking into making a bracket which will allow their current S939 compatible coolers to be used on the new MAD AM2 socket.
Next up is a Supercharged CNPS9500, more fins, slightly bigger (110mm vs 92mm fan) and ready to cool Dual Core CPU's with ease. Zalman claims top performance with this 530gr copper heatsink, the CNPS9700. It'll come in S775 and S939 flavors.
They showed us a new chipset cooler, it has lower profile then their previous generation product and it keeps up performance. It might still be too high for some SLI motherboards.
More cooling powers come in the form of their new GPU water block and the Reserator 1 Plus, it can easily keep high end systems running cool (even when overclocked) as they added a large and silent 140mm fan to their reservoir.
More Fatil1ty versions of their products are also available, offering higher performance in exchange for a higher noise level
And going one step further they developed a complete (still in early stages) Fatil1ty case – high quality finishing and certainly a sight to behold, whether it’ll be worth the it is to be seen.
Without a doubt everybody knows about their passively cooled cases by now; the TNN500 started it all off, a very heavy and large black case with a series of heatpipes and heatsink inside to cool down even the hottest CPU's and graphic cards. Of course the cost of this beast is still high, so they decided to make a smaller version, the TNN 300, but its reduced size meant it could dissipate less heat, so high end system could not be installed.
The TNN 300 Plus (on the right in the photo above) is the improved version which allows you to install any current and future system inside without risk for overheating. They accomplished this by increasing the fin size on the heatsink at the outside and rearranging the layout of the heat pipes inside. The addition of a thermal controlled 92mm fan in the rear only comes into action when things get too hot is their build-in safety, once activated it runs at 5V so it won't be very noisy.