This is a serious bit of kit. Let's start with some of the highlights. Six copper heat pipes draw thermals from a polished copper cooling block and feed to two massive aluminium fin stacks.
This giant slab of titanium delight certainly has all the aesthetics of a top-notch water cooling sytem
True 3D in your home, on your PC; what kind of fresh madness is this? We've got our greasy paws on Zalman's 3D monitor (mussing up the shiny display with mucky fingerprints and sophomoric drool); a technology that promises enhanced 3D gaming and mind-blowing video.
Zalman CNPS7500-CU review: We've seen Zalman's 'flower' cooler design a fair few times. And this latest incarnation ups the surface area of its copper fins considerably, but obviously grows to much larger proportions to accomodate for this
Although it can provide great flexibility as the centrepiece of your digital entertainment, the PC is way behind standalone DVD players and stereos in terms of appearance and useability
Zalman and quiet computing go together hand in hand, and once this unit with its 120mm fan was installed in our test PC, the noise from the CPU cooler became more pronounced than ever.
Standing on the ground, the Reserator 2 is almost the same size as a PC tower, resembling a portable radiator in both appearance and functionality. Using a liquid cooling cycle, heat is transferred from your CPU and video card...
Zalman uses a pro-gamer to brand this heatsink at the enthusiast looking for better gaming performance. However, 3D rendering is more GPU bound than affected by the CPU, so the association is not an obvious one.
Zalman's notebook cooler isn't quite 'waffer theen', but its brushed metal look is certainly stylish, and the raised attitude keeps your machine RSI-friendly