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The colored coolers from Zero Infinity are now available for pre-order at Caseking.de. The violet fan blades and accents define the look and feel of these new cooling units. The top model by the name „Free Flow+“ impresses with three fans in combination with direct touch heatpipes and dual tower design, allowing it to cool even the hottest and fastest processors with ease.

Based in Hong Kong, the new brand aims to turn the heads of the enthusiast crowd. The name: Zero Infinity. „Zero“ and „Infinity“ present two opposite aspects for many mathematician, physicists and philosophers , while still distinctively connected to each other.

As a computer enthusiast, the product simply needs to perform and it is obvious that Zero Infinity has chosen to produce an uncompromising cooler with the Free Flow+, offer wast cooling potential, thanks to the design, with three 140 mm fans in a unique blend of black and violet colors.

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That is pretty awesome if they don't cost an arm and a leg.
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70 Euros for the dual tower cooler so around the same as its main competitors.
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Yet another blatant cooler ripoff. I prefer Noctua beige myself.
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Yet another blatant cooler ripoff. I prefer Noctua beige myself.

I'm not sure how it's a rip off. It's converging design philosophies. You don't go to a tower heatsink and say it's a copy of the first tower heatsink on the market do you? They are all unique in their own ways. Saying that, I wouldn't be surprised to see the Free Flow+ be marketed under different brands because several companies use the OEM that produces it.
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When posting sources please don't use terms like Sauce.It's very unprofessional.
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Yet another blatant cooler ripoff. I prefer Noctua beige myself.

I'm not sure how it's a rip off. It's converging design philosophies. You don't go to a tower heatsink and say it's a copy of the first tower heatsink on the market do you? They are all unique in their own ways. Saying that, I wouldn't be surprised to see the Free Flow+ be marketed under different brands because several companies use the OEM that produces it.

Converging design would be tough to prove on a cooler which looks just like another cooler that has been in production for over two years. Not to mention has pictures and reviews all over the internet. That is unless the Zero Infinity inventor was locked in a machine shop that entire time with no access to the outside world.
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looks pretty cool, wonder if this will be released in the US/Canada?
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Converging design would be tough to prove on a cooler which looks just like another cooler that has been in production for over two years. Not to mention has pictures and reviews all over the internet. That is unless the Zero Infinity inventor was locked in a machine shop that entire time with no access to the outside world.

Whilst true, it doesn't mean that every rendition of a dual tower cooler should be described as a copy of the original IFX-14 or even the Noctua as many people like to mention despite the latter not being the first to offer such a design. It simply means that the designer saw the benefits of a dual tower heatsink and thus used the concept to build a new cooler.
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