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CeBIT 2007: Zalman

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Mar 20, 2007.

  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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  2. tkpenalty New Member

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    CNPS7500 is a smaller CNPS7700CU.

    CNPS8700 is better than the CNPS9700, it blows air directly on components on the motherboard as opposed to the CNPS9 series.

    VF1000 as i've posted before is huuge, while the VNF100 is... cute.
     
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    cool stuff, i kinda like the way the case opens
     
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    Zalman make some good gear, I want 2 of those VF1000's. I have one their psu's and its the best 1 I have had by far.

    I do like that blue cooler though, but I aint buyin no lowrange card for it. :)
     
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    aah, nice to see that case without the fatal1ty branding, its suddenly become all the more tempting
     
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    I like their case. I guess folks realized Fatalitys stuff is crap. I mean, really, none of his branded stuff was really cool, the Case by Zalman, was like a nascar. I like the Zmachines case though. Some of the coolers are alright, but I dont like all aluminum coolers.
     

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