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Old 10-04-12, 09:16 AM
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Lets take a look at the first sealed liquid cooling system from Zalman. wearing the CNPS badge it should keep things quiet as well as cool.

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Old 10-04-12, 09:25 AM
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Not too shabby, though the H100 & H50 are a better bang for your buck.

Sweet review gary. thx.
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Old 10-04-12, 11:01 AM
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Nice review fella, though I can't say I like these "H2O" coolers much. I prefer a good old fashioned chunk of metal!

By the way..

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Remember for every increase of 10dBA there's a perceived doubling of the noise output..
Don't you mean for every increase of 3dBA?

Taken from wikipedia..

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A change in power ratio by a factor of 10 is a 10 dB change. A change in power ratio by a factor of two is approximately a 3dB change.
Could be mistaken though, but in that case I'll have to report my physics teacher!
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Old 11-04-12, 01:31 PM
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no bad but corsair solution has set the bar for all in one soultiosn
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Old 14-04-12, 06:00 AM
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it looks like C*rsair H80, i think

hopefully zalman release liquid cooling Radiators for 140mm Fans
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Old 26-07-12, 03:38 PM
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Hi (first post but lets just forget the formalities, shall we? :P)

So I got this kit for roughly 40€, it was a pretty good sale I recon. I had a Thermalright True spirit before and while it did it's job, I wasn't really keen on trying to push my 2600K past the 4.5Ghz... not with those temps. I just saw the unit on sale and thought why not, at least I'd get to try something new.

So I figured that I had a couple of GT's unused, forget the bundled fan and throw it in as a push-pull setup. The GT's are AP-13's though (1150 RPM) and... well, would such low-rpm fans be enough? Or am I better off using the stock fan?
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