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If they are using the same heatpipe technology "composite, or watever"". I think we def have a new king. The other cooler performed great with single fan and 4hp...
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Definitely looks good quality. The direct contact heat pipes are the best I've seen.
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Sweet, new upgrade.
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Saw this on Guru3D yesterday. Guru3D have alot of the parts from Computex, should check it out.

I do like this HSF tbh, I have the Zalman CNPS10X Extreme. I have checked alot of reviews and seen it tested against some of the top coolers, and it beats them all. It is quite pricey, but it's better than some of the CPU Water Coolers and even the Noctua NH-D14.

Will most likely pick this up next year when I upgrade to an Ivy Bridge and most likely will get a bigger case. I have the Coolermaster HAF 912 Plus and even that isn't very spacy with the HSF I have in. I also have 2 fans on the top which I had to squeeze in. Will have to upgrade to a Full Tower next year lol.
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I love it. I'd get it in a heartbeat if the price is right.
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Zalman's craftmanship is always top notch but the performance of their products always leave something to be desired.

I would wait till actual reviews of the cooler before getting impressed.
Completely disagree on the performance part

My 9900 max holds temps well into the comfortable zone @ 5ghz, i've seen higher temps with custom loops.

I also love the way they have solved the huge heatsink vs high memory problems with this cooler! Lots of available space for any ram
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Well, it's like a city. If you can't go out (CM V10), you go up.
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Completely disagree on the performance part

My 9900 max holds temps well into the comfortable zone @ 5ghz, i've seen higher temps with custom loops.

I also love the way they have solved the huge heatsink vs high memory problems with this cooler! Lots of available space for any ram
I have to agree.Zalman's design also allows much better airflow around the rest of the system.I also have to rave about the quality of their Z9 case too.It is just as nice as the Fractal R3,both of which I have built in the last 4 months.
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