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Zalman CNPS9900-MAX Blue

Zalman CNPS9900-MAX Blue, Ultra Aero Flower Cooler Heat Sink Fan, 135mm Silent Fan All Intel AMD

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Product Overview Introducing Zalman's latest CPU cooler: the CNPS9900-MAX. Featuring composite heatpipes and a striking 135mm blue LED fan, which when combined, result in a cooler capable of providing 300 watts of cooling!
Features Composite Heatpipes
Zalman's composite heatpipes feature a "sintered metal" type wick, resulting in outstanding capillary pumping performance. The heatpipes also feature a highly thermal conductive design called axial grooves. When combined, both these features increase the heat transfer rate by up to 50% compared with standard heatpipes.

135mm Blue LED PWM Fan
The incorporated 135mm blue LED PWM fan provides more than adequate airflow to cool even the most demanding CPU, with noise levels from as little as 18 dBA. The cooler is supplied with a resistor cable (RC7P) which will cap the maximum speed of the fan from 1700RPM to 1500RPM, reducing noise levels even further. The PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) fan automatically adjusts fan speed according to CPU temperature, while the RC7P provides the option of reducing the input voltage for overall reduction of fan speed and noise.
Intel and AMD's latest processors pose no problem - the cooler is compatible with all current sockets including LGA1366.

Heatsink Design
The entire copper heatsink of the CNPS9900-MAX is 'Black-Pearl' nickel plated for long-term corrosion resistance, while the deep Black-Pearl tone along with the high intensity Blue LEDs reinforce its excellent aesthetics. Two large heatsinks are attached to the base of the cooler by six nickel plated 6mm heatpipes to effectively transfer the heat from the CPU.
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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