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Zalman CNPS 9500AT Socket 775 Heatsink Review

Posted on Friday, March 17 2006 @ 12:51:50 CET by LSDsmurf

The goal of a lot of today’s Intel owner is to figure a way to cool the CPU that they elected to build their system around. And many companies have tried to aid in this adventure. Some fail and some succeed. Today, we have a cooler that looks very much like one that you may have seen before. That cooler is the new CNPS 9500AT from Zalman. The cooler that it resemble so much is the CNPS 9500LED. Actually, they are the same cooler minus two small differences. The 9500AT has no blue LED and only mounts on the Intel Socket T.

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