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The ZEROtherm ZEN FZ120

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has anyone here seen any info on how well this works?

it looks like it might be fairly decent to the naked eye. but looks aren't everything

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835887016
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You probably be better off with OCZ Vendetta 2. It is only 38 shipped at buy.com and most likely out performs that ZEROtherm.
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3x WD 640gb AALS Raid 0 22x Samsung SATA DVD-RW Windows 7 Dell 3008wfp IPS 
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post #3 of 5
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I doubt I will even buy a cooler right now my freezer 7 is working nicely for what I have going. but I just cant resist looking through newegg's site
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one thing i do like about that zen is it does not use push pins
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Originally Posted by dmbjohn View Post
one thing i do like about that zen is it does not use push pins
That's one more thing to like about it. Push pins are phail.
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