Wednesday, June 6th 2018

Zalman Unveils Oymyakon Series AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

Zalman showed off its Oymyakon series all-in-one liquid CPU coolers. According to Google, Oymyakon is the coldest permanently inhabited place on Earth, and is located somewhere in northeast Russia. The coolers combine a copper cold-plate with an aluminium radiator, and double-sealed tubing between them. The pump-block features a hexagonal outer shell with LEDs embedded. The coolers come in three variants based on radiator size, the Oymyakon ZM-EQ120, Oymyakon ZM-EQ240, and Oymyakon ZM-EQ360, capable of handling thermal loads of up to 250W, 350W, and 400W TDP, respectively. The three include Zalman's SharkFin fans with a maximum noise output of 28 dBA, each.
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4 Comments on Zalman Unveils Oymyakon Series AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

do they not want to sale these ??? .. the Tubing looks like trash ... How the hell do they not know people hate this
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After 5 minutes of leaning over to install this I'll be saying Oymyakonback
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Is it me, or Zalman product naming scheme sound strange and they look cheap and ugly?
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Vissarion Gotovtsev
Oymyakon is in Sakha Republic (Yakutia), North East Russia.

The coldest (together with Verkhoyansk, where transportation is seasonal and well off-the main federal highways) permanently inhabited place on Earth.

Yakutsk, pop. 311760, is the coldest city on Earth, with January mean temperature -40C (-40F), with record low -64.4C (-83.9F). I'm a resident of this city.
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