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Zalman CNPS7000A-Cu
3.7 out of 10

Zalman CNPS7000A-Cu

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The good old days.

Bonnie U., Newegg
8 November 2013
  • Summary: Zalman still competes. They still innovate. I wish they'd come up with something new that would attract my money though.
  • Pros: Still in use today. Back when Zalman coolers were quiet and super duper solid. Good mounting solutions and the fans they put on their coolers go above and beyond their expected runtime. I'm pretty sure the one I still use in a server has a cumulative 6 year power-on time. And it hasn't exactly be...
  • Cons: None. Fantastic cooler that I used to build quite a few systems.
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Oldskoo But Good-ness

Anonymous, Newegg
20 May 2007
  • Summary: Using it to toast a P4 2.66 to 3.06 35-45c
  • Pros: The fact that this HSF is almost 4 years old. Still more powerful then even todays stock C2D and X2 coolers. Great price, all Cu.
  • Cons: Wish it would fit my Giga-byte GA-7N400Pro.
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Great Product

Ryan B., Newegg
16 May 2007
  • Summary: This thing is HEAVY and wide. Also, spend the extra bucks and get good thermal paste, you'll notice a difference
  • Pros: This definately cools your CPU, like nothing I've used before. I saw a huge decrease in temperature from stock cooling on my Core2Duo
  • Cons: Nothing
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Great...

Jason H., Newegg
15 November 2004
  • Summary: It really is "Ultra quiet" even when running on full normal mode. I did have a Spark 7 and not only was it loud but my poor PC was getting too hot. MY CPU temp and case temp were both at 58c now CPU is at 50c and case is at 41c. I used this with artic silver 5 thermal grease.
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User Review

Anonymous, Newegg
13 November 2004
  • Summary: Installed on a 2.8c and idle temps <font>d</font>ropped to 40c. Very quiet even on full speed. If you are looking for a CPU cooler get this one, you won't regret it.
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User Review

William W., Newegg
10 November 2004
  • Summary: This is a great heatsink, went from 46c from 41c idle. Also load went from 56c to 52c. So overall, this makes my p4 3.0e nice and cool
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User Review

Anonymous, Newegg
7 November 2004
  • Summary: Installed with P4 3.2 Prescott and Linkworld case with 3 fans. Factory HS started at 54C and eventually went to 64C. Pulled HS and used artic silver 5. Temp <font>d</font>ropped to 56C. Installed Zalman CNPS7000A-CU full copper and running idle at 54C.
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Silent and Cool

Anonymous, Newegg
2 November 2004
  • Summary: Very quiet, and keeps my 3.0 P4 very cool. A bit big, but i guess that's just part of it being so great.
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Excellent CPU cooler

Anonymous, Newegg
19 October 2004
  • Summary: I'm running this cooler with a P4 2.6C (not overclocked). Idle temp is 30 C, and it gets up to 42 C after playing UT2004 for a while. The fan is super quiet. I know it's overkill for a 2.6C, but I wanted some headroom to move up to a 3.2C or something down the line.
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User Review

Edward C., Newegg
19 October 2004
  • Summary: This is the best aircooling heatsink for the money. <font>d</font>roped temps from 50c idle to 30c idle and from 65c full load to 39c My system Aspire case modded 2.66 P4 northwood @ 3350 Abit IC7 MAX- 2 Zalman CNPS7000A-Cu with arctic silver 5
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