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ZALMAN CNPS7000C-AlCu 2 Ball CPU Cooler
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 7.9/10

Review Date: 08/31/13
The cooler does exactly what it's supposed to. It cools. Now, I've been extremely impressed with this cooler, as it's Still operating, and Nonetheless rated to cool an i7 processor. I initially bought this heatsink/fan combo over four years ago to cool my 3200+, and later my 3400+. Lately, I was going to acquire a unique heatsink/fan for my most current and greatest Core two Quad 9550. I didn't realize even though that the cooler I purchased four years ago, nevertheless operates wonderful on right now's CPU's.It's extremely rather, and following four years of use (most of which were spent clogged up with dust), the fan nonetheless spins freely like the day it was bought. Cons... effectively, there's really only 1 con worth mentioning, and regrettably, it can be a PITA. After a few months, if you're a dirty b@stard such as myself, and have a dusty space, it will clog up with dust, and heating will be SEVERELY hindered. To go back to my 3200+ days... I had let my technique sit in storage for 6+ months, and when I brought it out, it was overheating. Absolutely nothing I would do would support, and I at some point purchased a 3400+ thinking it was the CPU just on it's final legs. I disassembled that method from head to toe, and reassembled, w/o alter in temps. What was the difficulty, and ultimate answer? See these super fine spaces in among the heatsink fins? They have been CAKED with dust. I mean CAKED. Extended story quick, I blew the heatsink out, and problem was resolved. This issue should be blown out just about every few months and as lengthy as it is, it'll continue to maintain your system cool for actually years. As listed above, make confident the heatsink is blown out from time to time. If you see your temps rising, commence there first. Excellent is best notch. Included mounting instructions weren't all that clear as of four years ago, but now they're considerably superior (actually animated on their website now), so that's not seriously an concern. The blue LED matches the rest of my system, and looks great. All round is extremely quiet, and if I had to do it over, I would.

Review Date: 08/29/13
1. I was incorrect. Apparently this DOES function with an AM3 socket. two. In order to get this to perform with an AM3 you socket it calls for significant force. 3. This is my initial time developing a system with an AMD CPU. Perhaps all of them demand ridiculous, mobo bending force to attach the heatsink. This however tends to make me incredibly nervous about damaging factors. It could perform but I'm definitely not a fan of the design at all.

Review Date: 08/18/13
Appears great, operates great, System is considerably cooler A bit loud. Installation was a bit really hard for S775, you could want to bend the bracket on the bottom meticulously until you can safe it appropriately. Complicated, but functions effectively.

Review Date: 06/07/13
I choose this cooler, due to the fact the fan truly faces the side window of my Computer case, enabling the glowing LED FAN to be far more visible. The blue glow good & bright & sexy! I ran this with an AMD Phenom II X2 550 & I never had any heating difficulties. Not compatible with Phenom processors that utilizes 95 watts or greater. I have to ditch this cooler in order to upgrade to a 6-core processor. The Zalman CNPS8700 LED is fundamentally the identical design, but all cooper & with heatpipes. Pick this model if your CPU utilizes additional than 95 watts.

Review Date: 02/25/13
- Quiet- Functions with AM3 socket- Incorporates a fan-speed throttle. - Awkward to handle- Demands thermal grease (included)- Swapping brackets was a bit klunky Some individuals have talked about that the downward force needed to set up this was considerable, but I didn't discover that to be the case.The install requires thermal grease which I haven't applied before. A swift Google gave me a very good system.The AM3 install can be a touch confusing; the bracket is in two pieces. It tends to make sense as soon as you figure it out even though.So far it has been great, a touch louder than I believed it would be. I have not installed the fan throttle, that might aid...

Review Date: 02/24/13
appears good none of the mounts offered will mount to an AM3 board and practically nothing listed in the directions about AM3. I am confident this may possibly perform with intel 775 or am2 but they will need to either give the proper mounts for AM3 or stop saying it is compatable. Manufacturer Response:Dear Worth Buyer,The AM3 clip assistance ought to be incorporated inside the box, please try contacting our RMA/Tech help division through 714-530-0700 ext. 228. Thank you.Sincerely,Group Zalman USA

Review Date: 02/09/13
Zalman has a wonderful rep with overclockers. Confusing compatibility listing. Just wanted to add a word of caution given that I wasn't essentially able to use the product. Study the FINE PRINT. Somehow, in my getting zeal, I totally misread the CPU Compatibility section on this item. It does not operate with Socket AM3 mobo's (Athlon II X3 440 processors, for instance). Believed I'd clear that up in case everyone else considers purchasing it.

Review Date: 01/28/13
Does the job. Comparatively low-cost. Inside Intel specifications for cooler weight. Quiet. Does not appear to interface to the motherboard in a way exactly where the CPU can handle the fan speed. You get an external dial to adjust it.Manufacturer gives inexpensive zinc oxide as a thermal interface material. I purchased silver TIM to use rather. (also note intels stock TIM employed for their stock heatsink appears to be a silver kind compound as effectively. Have not attempted operating high overall performance graphics but to see how much the CPU temp rises. This factor has substantially larger cooling fins than the stock cooler that came with the Intel E7400 so I expect it will execute greater.

Review Date: 01/18/13
Quiet, keeps the CPU reasonably cool, mounts very securely. I used this fan to replace a retail heat sink for a 65W Core2 Duo. I really like the way it clamps to the back of the motherboard. The style is properly-even though-out. I had a couple millimeters of vertical clearance on my motherboard between the fan and the voltage regulation elements. This fan may well not mount on boards with fancy power circuits or tightly-packed elements. These fans do want an occasional squirt of compressed air.

Review Date: 01/15/13
extremely simple install on am2 motherboard, keeps my amd 4600 overclocked to two.6 with idle temp 30c. low cost value compared to other coolers. none this is a extremely straightforward cooler to set up on am2 socket. any person obtaining difficulty installing this has in no way installed a cooler ahead of. also i generally use artic silver 5 as an alternative of the gunk provided. i am incredibly delighted with this cooler and would recommend it to any person. this was perfect for my processor to do away with stock cooler. also i have an antec 300 which is a good cooling case. 4 120 fans and 1 leading 140 fan. folks that complain about temps becoming high is mainly because they have a case with poor airflow.

Review Date: 12/19/12
Good hunting style and fits on my micro-ATX board. Performance is possibly decent but I will by no means know due to installation issues. The force needed to install the clip for an AMD processor is ridiculously high. I estimate the pressure on the CPU is five times better than the common cooler that came with the AMD CPU. Guidelines suggest utilizing a screwdriver as a lever to install the clip. I attempted setting up by hand initially but could not get it to lock. Reluctantly I tried the screwdriver system and ended up with a broken fan blade. I just hope I did not harm the CPU or motherboard. Also, no 4-pin connector. It's going into the trash or back to Newegg. Those with AMD processors should appear for other alternatives.

Review Date: 12/15/12
Quiet operation and great heat dissipation region. Reasonably priced. With 4-pin mainboards, there will be no smart fan handle and the fan will run at highest speed unless the bundled manual speed controller is employed. (The fan *will* be speed-controlled with the three-pin connections of older mainboards.) And, the set up is difficult on AMD boards -- not only ought to the bracket be manually changed, a single ought to be mindful of cuts, as the heatsink fins are thin and sharp. I set up two of these, one in an old 939 and the other in a new AM3.

Review Date: 11/22/12
I do not know. It looks like it would cool better than a stock cooler. Specs say it functions with AM3. This does not seem to be the case. 1. Altering the bracket from Intel to AMD was an massive discomfort.2. Specs say it's compatible with AM3 socket which it isn't. Checked out a few other Zalman cooler that show compatability with AM3 and I don't see the correct brackets in the pictures either. I know nothing at all of Zalman but I will be replacing this with a distinct manufacturers item. Manufacturer Response:Dear value buyer,Please speak to our tech assistance with regards to about this matter @ 714-530-0700 ext.227. Thank you.Sincerely,Team Zalman USA

Review Date: 11/08/12
Reasonable WeightFan or Auto ManageDecent CoolingSimple InstallVery Great ManufacturingBlows air down over motherboard elements Naturally, not as cool as the copper versionsDoesn't aid front to back airflow I have had the Alcu and Cu versions of this fan for years and each have worked (and still are working)great. I just bought this new revision for my new Computer utilizing the 65W Regor CPU (AMD Athlon II 250). This is a fantastic fan for low-medium energy applications. The highest I have utilized it was on my old Athlon which was 90W. I was impressed by the fit and finish on this new revision. It seemed significantly enhanced more than the already fantastic older versions. If you are hunting at a 100W+ CPU, I'd advise at least the copper/larger versions or going to a tower cooler.

Review Date: 10/25/12
Operates wonderful Fan mate two useless. It doesn't aid cool it any better. Your better off plugging the fan directly in to the MoBo.

Review Date: 09/02/12
Good cooler, compatible with AM2+/AM3 sockets went from stock cooler 45C idle, 55C load to 31C idle, 40C load, incredibly straightforward to install, thermal compound integrated none

Review Date: 08/06/12
Operates as anticipated none

Review Date: 07/30/12
Super quiet, even when hooked up straight to mobo. Simply adaptible amongst AMD and Intel. Heatsink fins are a bit fragile, but just manage with care. I didn't have any difficulties with the pressure to clamp it down...just be careful. Good quiet heatsink. Inexpensive as well. I employed Arctic Silver instead of the grease that came with it, but it does come with grease.

Review Date: 07/26/12
Quite quiet, uncomplicated install None Light years better than stock Dell fan. (Inspiron 530). Doesn't set off fan warning on MoBo. Adore the fanmate accessory which I turned down low and still cools excellent.

Review Date: 07/16/12
It looks excellent, uncomplicated to set up if u adhere to directions. Straightforward to mount in AMD two. In my program is not operating greater than 715 RPM, ..it ought to run at a larger speed.. There's only two degree diferential temperature between this cpu cooler and the cpu cooler that came with my program. In other words , my technique use to run idle 52 Degree and with moderate load 69 degree, and right after and installed this CPU Cooler i only get 50 and 67 degree respectively. I would like to commit a small much more in a much better CPU cooler, but with the restoking fee from Newegg it didn't worth it.If u can devote further 20 or 30 bucks, then get a thing else.

Review Date: 07/11/12
Extremely large, does it's job Intel box cooler is much better! this is not an upgrade!uses 3 pins rather of 4

Review Date: 06/22/12
Uncomplicated to install on an AM2 motherboard. Fits low profile circumstances. Incredibly quiet at low speed, nonetheless very quiet at full speed. None.

Review Date: 06/10/12
Works extremely well and keeps my cpu really cool at around 37C when just performing standard world wide web browsing. none

Review Date: 05/17/12
cool and quiet, not exactly cheap, but a wonderful deal. None seriously. Replaced a a lot cheaper ThermalTake cooler on my Athlon II X2 CPU as it had began to vibrate and make annoying noises. The new Zalman is whisper quiet and keeps the CPU cool.

Review Date: 04/03/12
looks like a strong fan I received everything but the AMD click came snapped in half . I was unable to install it on my mother board. I truly don't want to have to send the complete point back. Can get an additional AMD clip as a replacement? Perhaps a person can support me, will update when installed Manufacturer Response:Dear value customer,Please go to our internet site at www.zalman.com and file a RMA. We will be in a position to send you a replacement clip when we get your facts. Thank you.Sincerely,Team Zalman USA
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Product Features

92mm Fan

Zalman CPU Cooler
Keep your CPU well ventilated with this all-amazing cooler. It is specially designed for Socket 775, AM2, 754, 939, 940. Its 92mm Fan size makes it possible to fix it in the motherboard with ease. Designed with copper and aluminum base, it cools all your components effortlessly. It also comes with the wonderful Fan Speed Control Connector, giving you an option of changing the fan speed as and when required. Invest in the Zalman CPU Cooler now and keep your PC functioning smoothly.

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • Compatibility; works with Socket 775, AM2, 754, 939, 940
  • Copper and aluminum base; diffuses heat effectively
  • Fan Speed Control Connector; allows you to select your fan speed

Product Specifications

Model CNPS7000C-AlCu
Type Fan & Heatsinks
Compatibility Intel: LGA 775 / 1155 / 1156
AMD: Socket 754 / 939 / 940 / AM2 / AM2+ / AM3

Note: Customers that purchased coolers before the inclusion of support for socket 1155/1156, can purchase the separately sold ZM-CS5B mounting kit for installation onto socket 1155/1156.
Bearing Type 2 Ball
RPM 1,350rpm 10% ~ 2,400rpm 10%
Noise Level 17.0dBA 10% ~ 24.0dBA 10%
Power Connector 3 Pin
Heatsink Material Pure Copper & Pure Aluminum
Features Does not generate noise or vibration in Silent Mode.

Pure copper base materials ensure excellent heat dissipation.

92mm fan inside the heatsink maximizes airflow.

Adjustable fan speed controller(FAN MATE 2) enables control of noise and fan performance.

CPU support: Pentium 4 Prescott, Pentium 4 Cedar Mill, Pentium 4, Celeron D, Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad, Pentium Dual Core, Core i7, Core i5, Core i3, Sempron, Athlon, Athlon FX, Opteron, Phenom, Athlon X2, Phenom II, Athlon II
Note(1): Customers that purchased coolers before the inclusion of support for socket 1156, can purchase the separately sold ZM-CS5B mounting kit for installation onto socket 1156.
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
Labor 1 year limited
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