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Zalman CNPS11X Extreme HSF ships in April

Posted on Wednesday, March 09 2011 @ 17:37:49 CET by


Zalman announced its CNPS11X Extreme will start shipping in April. This CPU cooler was first presented at CES in January, it has a copper base, five composite heatpipes and a V-shaped dual aluminium heatsink design that provides a heat dissipation area of 7,600cm².

Airflow is provided by a 120mm blue LED PWM fan and its noise level is rated at 17-33dBA. The cooler measures 132mm x 80mm x 154mm (L x W x H), it weighs 600g and is compatible with various Intel and AMD sockets.
On top, with its stylish Black pearl plating with Blue LED will add more visuals for the Case modders. In addition, by Zalman’s unique Composite Heatpipe Solution, CNPS11X Extreme will have more than enough to cool any hottest CPUs in the market as well. (Up to 350W TDP). Included ZM-STG2 will also boost up to the maximum cooling performance of CNPS11X.

Key Features:
* Powerful Cooling performance (Qmax : 350W)
* V-Shaped Dual Heatsink Design for Optimal Airflow
* Composite Heatpipe (Heat Transfer Capacity Rate Enhanced by 1.5times compared to ordinary Heatpipes)
* High Performance Super Thermal Grease ZM-STG2
* Compatible with Various Intel & AMD Sockets.
* Ultra Quiet 120mm Blue LED PWM Fan
* Elegant, Black-Pearl Nickel Plating




Source: TPU


 



 

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