Rosewill is most likely not a name you think of when shopping for CPU coolers. For that matter it might not be a name you are familiar with at all. Since Rosewill products are currently only available in the U.S. with only two online companies currently selling their products, this could very well be the first time you have seen these two words joined together in this fashion.
For those of us that gawk at computer hardware all day Rosewill is an aspiring company looking to make a name for themselves. Currently Rosewill sells over a hundred products through heavy hitter Newegg and Chiefvalue.com, and the list quickly keeps growing. I first learned about the company when they were churning out ATI based video cards a couple of years ago. From the looks of their website the video card business didn't last too long, but they have found their niche in peripherals such as CPU coolers. It appears they've expanded into the NAS server market as well.
Today we will be looking at the Rosewill RCX-Z4, the first in a series of CPU Coolers that will be tested in the T.E.C.C (Thermal Environment Control Chamber). If you missed the introduction article you should read it before moving forward.
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