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post #21 of 23
The big typhoon will outperform the Zalman hands down, and yes I did see your graph. The reason I say this is because the Zalman is about 40dBA at full speed and the TT Big Typhoon is still only 16dBA And by the way dBA is a noise measurement, not speed. and that Zalman temp was with it at high speed. SPCR said that at high speed it is so loud it is unuseable in a normal computer, unless you already have some tornadoes or something
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post #22 of 23
I have the zalman 9500led. And The cooling is about the same as the typhoon. Only the noise at fool speed is just scary. They seem to have found the most loudest fan in the worl and installed it. Even my stock thermaltake 92cm that came with the case produce less noise then the cpu fan :S
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post #23 of 23
I'm looking into the CNPS9500, because I've seen it performing better than the TT on some places, and about the same in others. Noise dosen't bother me (I have a Tornado now...), and the Zalman looks far, far better than all the competition.
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