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Zalman CNPS7000V(AL)-1-PWM
8.1 out of 10

Zalman CNPS7000V(AL)-1-PWM

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Overall 8

Nice Cooler

Larry C., Newegg
12 January 2016
  • Summary: For my purposes the little Zalman is more than adequate. The price is right and I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again. It's a little noisy but not so much that it's a big detractor. Installation was quick and easy on an Asus Socket 775 motherboard with an Intel Core2 Duo E8500.
  • Pros: Super easy installation for Socket 775 10 degree F improvement over stock Intel E8500 cooler Looks great Economical
  • Cons: The fan is not entirely silent.
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Overall 2


Anonymous, Newegg
6 January 2016
  • Summary: Don't roll the dice, invest in a heatsink that costs double or even triple this because you can re-use them for decades.
  • Pros: - Looks like the thing in Tony Stark's chest - Cheap - Can be silent on low RPMs, but literally every cooler can.
  • Cons: So just like you I clicked on this product for the incredible price and alluring keywords (silent, fluid shield whatever, etc) and saw many reviews about it's silent but cool performance, and I decided to buy it and replace my tiny stock AMD sink. Once it arrived I thought "Okay it looks cool and...
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Overall 8

works great simple to install amd MB.

marty m., Newegg
19 December 2015
  • Summary: would recommend this,only giving 4 eggs because if i didn't have any thermal paste the tiny little bit that was supplied with product wasn't enough.
  • Pros: for $10.00 it gets the job done idle temp is at 22-23 celcious i haven't seen it go over 43 deg celcious after 3+ hours of gaming
  • Cons: its a little louder than my 5 y/o $17.99 rosewill heatsink and fan but not really a con being that its doing its job for only $10.00 bucks
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Overall 10

Better than expected

Richard V., Newegg
24 August 2015
  • Pros: Attractive, about the same height as a stock intel cpu cooler so no clearance issues, almost silent, cheap!
  • Cons: larger footprint than expected,my fault honestly..it blocks the ram slot closest to the cpu on this micro atx board. so could use a low height sticks but it was to replace a dead stock fan on a workstation thats already a few years old so I doubt i'll bother, but it could be an issue for other bu...
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Overall 4

not for your pc.

jung p., Newegg
20 August 2015
  • Summary: ZALMAN CNPS5X , i bought one more cpu cooler. its very cool. get better one.
  • Pros: its zalman
  • Cons: not this one. hot hot hot case hot hot! all hot! no worth it.
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Overall 10

Very Nice Heatsink

Christopher R., Newegg
31 July 2015
  • Summary: I originally bought this CPU cooler for under $30. Newegg stopped selling it and a Newegg vendor sold it for $60, which is way too high. I'm happy that another Newegg vendor is selling this CPU cooler for under $15.
  • Pros: Very nice CPU cooler design. Had no problems installing on my Gigabyte AMD 690 AM2+ motherboard. In fact, it was so easy that I double checked the instructions to make sure that I installed it correctly. Replaced an AMD cooler that started screaming like a banshee.
  • Cons: I had recent situation where the fan stopped working and the CPU overheated enough to shut down the system. I had to change the BIOS setting for fan speed control from PWM to Auto. The fan started spinning again. Might be a motherboard issue, as the motherboard is long overdue for replacement.
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Overall 10

Small enough, quiet enough

thomas c., Newegg
3 February 2015
  • Summary: Using in a WIndows Home server on an X2 250 (Regor), don't need a megacooler
  • Pros: Small enough to fit on Micro ATX AM2+ mobo. Silent, unlike the OEM processor fan. Lowered temps. Not expensive.
  • Cons: None so far
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Overall 10

Very nice cooler. Recommended.

Bradley R., Newegg
3 January 2015
  • Summary: I have a very low-end micro-ATX case that wouldn't be able to fit a single-tower cooler like the CM 212+/Evo. This one fits the bill. The case doesn't have an optical drive or a dust cover for the opti-bay, so I can hear the fan but only when it's spinning very fast. It also does the job well.
  • Pros: Low profile. Quiet enough. Cools very well. Perpendicular heat sink blades are much easier to clean (with compressed air) compared to the orientation of the blades of the CM 212+ in our higher-end computer.
  • Cons: It took a lot of force to get the mounting armature to grab onto the mounting bracket. It really felt like it was putting a tremendous amount of pressure on the CPU.
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Overall 10

Better than Expected

Aaron M., Newegg
24 November 2014
  • Summary: love the "wheel" design of the heatsink but wish that these manufacturers would be more mindful of coming too close to the memory modules
  • Pros: I had another Zalman product (CNPS 9700) that was all aluminum. It was a lot larger than this product, but I downsized because I was buying a new processor and wasn't overlocking this time. I found that this little guy could cool just as efficiently as the larger 9700, plus it is easier to clean....
  • Cons: none
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Overall 10

Good for the $

jan p., Newegg
9 October 2014
  • Summary: I wanted a CPU fan that was quieter then what I had on my AM2. At this low price this model was worth a shot. I have had several Zalman CPU coolers over the years and did not regretted buying Zalman. I still don't. The install was a breeze. Consider what you want the cooler to do.
  • Pros: Good Price Free Shipping Thermal Grease INCLUDED Fits as advertised Pretty Darn Quiet The power cable is not too long so it doesn't get caught up in other fans
  • Cons: I can't think of a one
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