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hi all, has anyone had any experience of the all copper new zalmon flower cooler am thinking of getting one the only problem is the noise that 120mm fan is goin to produce so any advice will be gratefully recieved here the linkhttp://www.overclockers.co.uk/acatalog/Online_Catalogue_Zalman_121.html
 

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Ok, here's my review of this heatsink as promised (http://www.zalman.co.kr/eng/product...idx=38&code=009)

Pro's:
It looks cool
Install is a breeze
Comes with a Fanmate to adjust fan speeds.
In silent mode, it's very quiet.

Con's:
To change out the video card or any of the top 2 PCI slots, you have to take off the fan... this is really annoying.
On both silent and normal, my stock heatsink and fan outperformed this heatsink.
On normal mode, it is as loud as my stock one... and cools worse...

Summary: Don't get it, you'll be dissapointed, IMO.
 

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Originally Posted by [email protected] / llcopk

id get it youll get a 13 to 15 c drop in temps or more

actually, the hyper6 is better than any of the zalmans when paired with a decent fan, the zalmans are made for silence, rather than performance.

markuk:if i were u, i wouldnt get the 7700cu it wont fit your board.
 
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Originally Posted by RunningRioT

actually, the hyper6 is better than any of the zalmans when paired with a decent fan, the zalmans are made for silence, rather than performance.

markuk:if i were u, i wouldnt get the 7700cu it wont fit your board.

actually im talking from 3 months of experience .my temps are great and my hsf is doing what it is supossed to do .keep my pressy temps under control. so my next cooling upgrade will be too water. so im not gonna waste money on finding the perfect hsf. cause well i want to go behond 4ghz.now for a mildly oc'd rig this hsf is perfect.
 
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