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Old 23rd August 2005, 18:22   #1
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Zalman CNPS9500 LED: the Power of Air, the Efficiency of Water

We would like to introduce to you a real masterpiece of the air cooling art designed by Zalman. This new baby, which was first showcased at the Computex 2005 has now reached our lab and simply impressed us with its cooling potential. We couldn’t wait to share the results of our first look at this solution.

There is a widely spread opinion that it is rally simple to design the most efficient and powerful cooling systems in the world. The “secret” behind the most powerful cooler is actually quite simple: make a few changes to the heatsink design, add more copper to it, install a faster and bigger fan on top, and here you go: the monster is ready. It will cope with the cooling of any CPU, but it will generate so much noise, that you will never be happy about using it. With the help of the same principle – “faster and bigger” – you can also design a powerful cooling system for the graphics card or a liquid-cooling system. But Zalman, doesn’t offer “record-breakers” like this. They are smarter.

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/oth...-cnps9500.html
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Old 24th August 2005, 13:21   #2
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What's this? As good as watercooling! I s that right?
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he's comparing to a PASSIVELY cooled water cooling solution from Zalman;

any actively cooled watercooling loop will keep your CPU cooler at a lower noise level, no air cooled unit will ever be able to match that.
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