Zalman announces high-end CNPS14X CPU cooler

The Korean company Zalman, best known for its coolers, power supply units and cases, has announced its latest high-end CPU cooler – the CNPS14X. Highly efficient and very quiet the new company product has been designed for almost any modern CPU socket.

The CNPS14X comes to us measuring 140 x 126 x 159.3 mm for a total weight of 875 grams. Using phase change the cooler features a copper base, six U-shaped copper heatpipes and a two-piece aluminum heatsink based on IHD (Interactive Heatpipe Transfer Design) technology. The heatsink is cooled by a 140 mm fan with PWM functions that spins between 950 rpm and 1350 rpm with noise ranging from 17 dB to 21 dB. In addition you can install two more 140 mm fans.

Zalman CNPS14X CPU cooler

The Zalman CNPS14X is compatible with Intel socket 775/1366/1156/1155/2011 and AMD socket AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1 and comes with the highly efficient ZM-STG2M heatsink compound.

Pricing and availability are unknown.


Source: HWP.ru

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