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Zalman Intros ZM-RHS90 VRM Heatsink for Radeon HD 4890, HD 4870

BaSeKi

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#26
WOW , what a briliant design , what a breaktrough in cooling tehnology , look at those fins how sexy they are !!!
Now really guys , this is what zalman think is news ? they must be doing very bad if they launch this , features : unbelievable , intresting ,
spectacular , Duh , i can't wait for it.
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One more thing about zalman , i can't speak for other parts of the world but in my country zalman is overpriced and not so good compared to Thermalright,Cooler Master and Scythe , it's just ridiculous expensive , even the tiniest cooler have an absurd high price.
I think you're outright bashing Zalman. You're making a big fuzz about them having the nerv introducing this thingy, even nagging about the the fact them giving information about how to install it. Going through the other replies, people sound quite happy that Zalman has released. Even a guy from Thermalright mixing into this telling that they will also release a product like this in the future.

Don't forget, Zalman is the company that brought silent cooling, and yes, they did not make big improvements for quite some time, but since 2009 they have been releasing nice products like the CNPS9900 and VF2000 and the first review results of the CNPS10X Extreme look good.

My two cents.
 

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#27
Can we get them in the US yet?
 

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#29
Shame it's only 1/2 the job. They could of made the same kinda thing for the ram chips too with push pins so there's less risk if you need to install the default cooler back on it at a later time.