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Zalman CNPS10X-PERFORMA High Performance CPU Cooler

by Zalman

Price: £28.67
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  • Type: cooler
  • Purpose: processor
  • Compatibility: Pentium 4; Celeron D; Pentium D;
  • Material: Aluminium & copper
  • Rotational speed: 900/2000 RPM
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Zalman CNPS10X-PERFORMA High Performance CPU Cooler + Corsair Builder Series CXM 600W Modular 80 PLUS Bronze Certified ATX/EPS PSU
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandZalman
Item Weight748 g
Product Dimensions13.2 x 10 x 15.2 cm
Item model numberCNPS10X PERFORMA
  
Additional Information
ASINB00350O5DK
Best Sellers Rank 51,250 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.1 Kg
Date First Available11 Feb 2010
  
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Product Description


Rheobus 4 Channels + PWM - 5"1/4 Bay - Brushed Aluminum Front Bezel

ZALMAN - Multi Fan Controller - ZM-MFC1 Combo - Silver


Features:

- 5 Channel Fan Controller
A PWM fan and four 3-Pin fans can be individually controlled and the included Y Cable enables control of up to 6 fans.
- Adjustable PWM Fan Controller
PWM fan controller with 3-Preset Auto-Modes and a Manual Mode for PWM fan control according to the user's preference.
- Fan Control via Mode Select Button and Control Knobs
The PWM fan's speed can be controlled through 4 preset modes (Low, Mid, High, Manual) and 3-Pin fans ca


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mo on 22 Oct 2010
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I spent ages researching & agonising about which cpu cooler to buy for my i5 750.Finally it came to this or the flex.I decided on this and am very pleased that I did.For the price this is a stellar performer.
This keeps my mildly oc i5@3.2ghz at 49c load on Prime95 max heat test in the current climate,which is a bit cooler than it was a few weeks ago when the ambient temp was warmer and max prime 95 load temp was peaking at just 53c.It was more or less the same when I tested at 3.4ghz.Idle right now is 21c.I'm quite confident about oc my cpu to 4ghz with these temps,if I wanted to.

The cooler is quite big in itself & does obscure the first ram slot slightly,although I reckon I could still install a RAM stick in there.Installation was fairly straightforward.I found the fan that it came with to be fairly quiet even without the supplied rheostat,though it does get a bit loud on full P95 load.

This cooler is a million times superior to the stock intel junk cooler which would top out at 73c on P95 full load at 2.66ghz stock settings after only ten minutes!
I absolutely recommend this cpu cooler to anyone looking for a good value,quality product that definitely performs,topnotch!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sarahg on 18 April 2013
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All the positive comments made about this cooler already made are valid, lowers temp by over 10 Celsius when under (heavy) load it keeps my AMD FX stable at around 53 degs which is fine, plenty of room for RAM, unless you have large heatsinks on them, which not all coolers of this size manage.

One star knocked off for out of date fitting instructions, the brackets that are used supplied for the AMD processor are completely different from the ones illustrated in the instructions and on-line, ones shown have a step the ones supplied are straight. They do work, though a certain leap of faith is required as they do not initially appear that they will and they look like they'll put the motherboard under far too much strain.

As a cooler it's highly recommended (not just by me check out Frostytech) just have bite the bullet when fitting on AMD
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Queen of the Trolls on 13 July 2011
A really good quality well made product.
Downside is fitting it - allow half a day as its a real fiddle and took two of us (one a teenager who builds computers as a hobby)
Quiet but not silent
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 23 July 2010
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I bought this as a replacement for the stock cooler on an Intel Core-i7 920, now overclocked to 3.4Ghz from standard 2.67.

I did the install at the same time as moving the components to a larger case, so the fact you have to have access to the underside of the motherboard to fix the retaining bracket wasn't an issue. On a previous build I installed the OCZ Venetta 2 on an Intel Q6600 and it used the push pin system and was very difficult to secure - the backplate and screw fixing on this Zalman is a much better solution for large, heavy coolers, especially if they are in a tower system where gravity will constantly be trying to pull the cooler away from the cpu.

I used Arctic Silver instead of the supplied thermal grease, and using Prime95 my load core temps are in the mid 70's whereas they were previously up in the 80's - 90's.

The fan is quite noisy at it's maximum 2000rpm, but I have set it to quiet via the BIOS so in normal operation it runs at about 1000rpm (as do the 12cm case fans) and that is fine for me. It wasn't my intention to make this a 'silent' build (that's my next project !) so there may be better coolers out there if that is your intention.

Overall, I am happy because even under stress the system is stable and in normal operation it is quiet enough too.
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Basically it's a great fan but the installation takes a lot of effort and time! You need to force it a little. But be careful! Try installing this before you put the mobo in the case.
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