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Thursday, 06 March 2008 11:48

ZEROTherm shows off new CPU coolers

Written by Sanjin Rados
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FZ120 is a new silent cooler

 

We’ve seen a couple of new ZEROTherm CPU coolers, and the most important thing is that the new generation will be quieter than those currently on the market. The best model so far, NV120 Premium, got its successor.

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Some more demanding users really wanted to replace their CPU fans, and NV120 was a tough nut to crack because it was awkwardly placed and really tough to access. By heeding their feedback, ZEROTherm made FZ120 that’s as efficient as its predecessor, and you can take the 120mm fan off easily. Of course, you might not need to because this is a silent version with 1250RPM and 20,5 dBA that you can control manually.

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BTF90 (the model on the picture below) is another CPU cooler and it’s made of copper. It’s one of the older, but everyone’s favorite models.

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You don’t see a passive CPU cooler every day, and ZEROTherm Butterfly is also completely made of copper and performs much better than Intel’s or AMD’s bundled coolers. Of course, you can only use it on processors that aren’t too hot, such as the new 45nm ones.

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