With the AMD CPU becoming ever more popular, and Intel's CPU's also increasing their heat output, CPU cooling has reached it's peak in competitiveness between companies. The most common method utilized in today's computers is active cooling - cooling with air - but with more airflow, there is more noise. The Zalman Company (based in Korea) has presented an onslaught of exotic-looking coolers that all conform to the CNPS (Computer Noise Prevention System) and try to make your computer quieter. But will changing a fan or two here and there really work?
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