As I stated earlier in the introduction, Zalman doesn't do processor cooling very well for the enthusiast, but they certainly have something impressive going with graphics board cooling. Considering that there isn't a single fan used in this type of cooling solution, we have shown it to be a very respectable means of keeping those hot video cards cool.
Of course, it does have the one main drawback that its big brother has, no RAM sinks. And even though the MX models of boards don't tend to run as hot as the performance line, there are still an awful lot of manufacturers making these budget boards with 128MB of high-speed memory. And you know as well as I do that if you CAN overclock the memory, chances are that you WILL. RAM sinks would be just what the doctor ordered to make this an even sweeter overall cooling setup.
Bottom line...if you have been hearing about these Zalman VGA coolers and have thought yourself to be out of luck because you happened to have one of those low-end performers, then take joy in the fact that you too can have a quiet VGA cooler. With results that are better than standard active coolers, it is just hard to say no!
No fans = no noise
Smaller footprint than big brother
No RAM sinks
Rating - 9.5/10 and TweakTown's Editors Choice Award
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 12:25 pm CDT
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