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Zalman readies up trio of new products in time for CES

CPU cooler, VGA cooler and mid-tower case

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Jan 6, 2010 2:39 pm

CES 2010 - In prep for CES, Zalman has unveiled three new products this week and the folks at Hardware Canucks are the first to get the scoop on them prior to the commencement of the show.

 

First up is Zalman's new CNPS10X Performa CPU cooler, a tweaked derivative of the other two CNPS10X coolers in this lineup. Zalman does away with unnecessary cosmetic attributes whilst retaining the features that make it a highly competitive cooler in a lower price bracket.

 

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Next is the new VF3000 series VGA cooler which is suited to both current and older high performance graphics cards with its dual 92mm fans and a quartet of large-diameter copper heatpipes.

 

As you can see below, there'll be both a red and black version of the cooler, suited to ATI and NVIDIA cards respectively.

 

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Rounding off Zalman's new crop of products is a chassis dubbed the Z7 PLUS. This is a mid-tower sized case suited to mid-range gamer PC's. Noteworthy features include a perforated metal front bezel, all drive bays convertible to external bays, three 120mm fans located at the front, rear and side, quick install drive rails and pre-installed dust filters.

 

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More specific details and images can be located at the source.

 

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