Tuesday, September 22nd 2009

Zalman Rolls out ZM-RC1000 Memory Cooler

Korean cooling specialist Zalman rolled out its first memory area cooler called the ZM-RC1000. Like similar products from popular memory vendors such as Corsair, Kingston, and A-Data to name a few, the cooler latches on to the motherboard's long DRAM slots and blows air onto the installed memory modules with its two 60 mm fans. The cooler measures 66 (L) x 155 (W) x 70 (H) mm, weighing 160 g. The retention mechanism has anti-vibration grips to dampen noise, and its thumb-screws make it tool-free. The fans spin at 2700 rpm with a maximum noise output of 25 ± 2.5 dBA. It comes with two panel colours: silver and blue. An early listing by a European store prices it at 16.30 EUR.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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12 Comments on Zalman Rolls out ZM-RC1000 Memory Cooler

#1
Breathless
uhmmmm.... biting off OCZ much?:confused::wtf:
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How so? If anything this looks like a curvier Corsair Dominator :wtf:
#3
DaC
cool, I like it, but it could be cheaper.
A fan on top of a RAM module makes it incredible cooler than without.
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#4
Kitkat
SLEEK gimme!

by: Breathless
uhmmmm.... biting off OCZ much?:confused::wtf:
mmmm not really they all have one now just another choice. Its called competition and it works ;). Spoiler alert, there will be another after this one lol.
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Breathless
by: kyle2020
How so? If anything this looks like a curvier Corsair Dominator :wtf:
The retension mechanism is virtually identical
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#6
Easo
I need those :D
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#7
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I think when I put my new mobo in in the next two weeks I am going to install my Corsair Dominator Air Cooler over my GSkill Tridents. I didn't before and because of my Xigmatech and didnt once I went to water cooling because I Was lazy. If anything, this looks like the Corsair cooler only a bit different in the design. Noise wise, I Wonder how it compares though.
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#8
[Ion]
WCG Team Assistant
Looks great, but I don't have room for it in my computer and it's a bit expensive.
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Kitkat
by: Breathless
The retension mechanism is virtually identical
thats just progress. hight adjustment is smart.
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#10
Batou1986
i love the anodized alu look with the hex bolts makes it look tough i gives me ideas for a new pc
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Breathless
by: Kitkat
thats just progress. hight adjustment is smart.
It is rather sexy though. My OCZ fans started grinding a long while ago so I may pick this up.
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#12
dustyshiv
Would look good if it had those LED lights like the Kingston memory cooler!!
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