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Zalman new CPU coolers

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Jetster, Jan 12, 2013.

  1. Jetster

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    I just though these looked promising. Some new styles rather then the same old boring stuff.

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    Thanx for vid Jetster, good looking components!


    I want that zalman radial liquid aio cooler for sure already!!
     
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    I like how he pauses for a moment with a blank stare before responding.
    I also like how Zalman is actually making their AIO CPU water cooling unit Zalman rather than just dishing out an OEM rebadge with very tiny tweaks.
     
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    Very impressive. Zalman and Thermalright has been a long time favorite cooler builder of mine. I'd love to see Thermalright build an orginal self contained water cooling block like Zalman has done.
     
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    The AIO looks good, not so much for the other
     
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    400watts of cooling power when OC'd cpu's only use maybe 150 watts for the highest end chips.
     
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