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Thursday, 31 January 2008 14:03

Zalman shows off new VGA cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Z-Machine GV1000

 

Zalman has listed its new ZMachine GV1000 VGA cooler on its site. This new cooler looks very similar to the previous VF1000.

The new cooler will feature a full copper design with four heatpipes and 0.3mm pure copper fins. The entire heatsink will be cooled by a 2 ball-bearing 80mm slim design LED fan, with two modes. The first one, called "quiet mode" will work at 5V and it will spin the fan at 1,650 RPM, while in the so called "performance mode" the fan works at 12V and spins 3,600 RPM.

Zalman's new Z-Machine GV1000 will have dimensions of 160x80x30mm (LxWxH) and it weighs 390g. The new cooler will be bundled with Zalman's Fan Mate 2. which will enable fan speed control, eight RAM sinks and nuts and springs for various mounting options. Zalman's Z-Machine will probably end up to be a bit more expensive than VF1000, which currently sells for around €33.

You can check out the compatibility list on the product page here.

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