Review : Zalman CNPS6500B-AICu CPU Cooler

Posted on Saturday, September 28 2002 @ 11:59 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
MODTHEBOX has reviewed the Zalman CNPS6500B-AICu CPU Cooler :
Conventional CPU coolers have held to some pretty basic designs, with only a few manufacturers deviating from the norm. Most heatsinks are square, with fins composed of copper or aluminum combined with an exhaust fan mounted on top. Zalman Tech based out of Anaheim, CA has been a leader in providing near silent cooling solutions that not only perform well, but will also handle overclocked environments. The company has introduced their patented CNPS (Computer Noise Prevention System), by creating a series of silent computing and performance based products utilizing the famous flower heatsink design. Today in the MTB Labs, we will be evaluating the Zalman CNPS6500B-AICu, a product which utilizes an all aluminum flower design with a copper core.

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