Zalman CNPS9900A LED contiues the high-end cooling tradition

by Rafael Hernandez on November 10, 2009 · 0 comments

Zalman CNPS9900A LEDWhen Zalman’s radial shaped heatsinks were first launched I was a bit skeptical on how well they would perform given their distinctive shape compared to the high-end competition of the time, needless to say many of the competitors are long gone and Zalman’s designs are still one of the top choices for keeping your CPU cool.

Testseek Labs has a look at the Zalman CNPS9900A LED CPU heatsink and its ability to cool off your processors. One thing is for certain, copper fans will be happy with its looks:

The CNPS10X series introduced a new design for Zalman; the more classic tower type of CPU cooler. The CNPS9900A LED which I will take a look at today is based upon a concept which Zalman calls “Omega Heatpipe Design” from its similarities with the Greek letter Omega (Ω). That design was first introduced with the Zalman CNPS9300AT which I came in contact with a while back and which impressed me by its performance.

A great performer and quite the looker for your clear side panel, if you’re into that sort of thing.

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