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Zalman Intros CNPS20LQ CPU Cooler

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Dec 15, 2011.

  1. Hokum

    Hokum New Member

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    My 960T@4ghz and 5850 are nicely cooled by it :)

    Hardly stoneage hardware... ;)
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    what temps are you getting on your CPU & 5850?

    My 2500k is idling at around 23-26'c current on all cores.....but then it is 12'c in my room currently :wtf::wtf:

    any colder and I swear I will see penguins appear out of my open 24 pack of Magners.
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    CPU idles at 30C and GPU at 38C. Mainboard temp 25C, room temp 18-19C.

    CPU under load hits about 50C. But i'm on my original pump so its probably not getting the maximum through put. I have a spare Eheim to put in when it finally goes.

    All in all for a silent water system which was originally used on my Athalon XP 2500 it has only had a replacement waterblock to fit the AM3 board. In between it's been on a E6300 C2D and a Q6600 oc'd to 3.5Ghz.
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    temps are bad at all i guess. not a bad job for something 7 years old!
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    Both Asetek and CoolIT Systems make self-contained CPU coolers. For example the Corsair H40, H50 and H70 are made by Asetek. The newer H60, H80, and H100 are made my CoolIT Systems.

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