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Zalman CPU Cooler  (Source: Zalman)
Do you need a CPU cooler? If you plan on overclocking your monster build, then yes you do. Let’s face it, a good computing/pc gaming session can generate some good heat.

Most high-end processors are built with some sort of thermal protection.  This safety mechanism shuts down the processor if the processor gets too hot thus helping to prevent damage to your system. Under normal circumstances, these measures work fine. But during times of extreme multi-tasking your PC places heavy demands on the CPU forcing it to work at high capacity. This uses more power and generates more heat.
 

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Here is a CPU cooler that is unique with its gleaming copper finish and a captivating blue LED light.
Zalman’s LED CPU Cooler is a heatsink made from 100% copper with an aerodynamically enhanced tunnel design for maximum cooling efficiency. The innovative curved heatpipe design allows a heat transfer capacity of up to six heatpipes with the use of just three.

The optimized heatsink layout allows for maximum cooling efficiency with minimal materials and 0.2mm ultra-slim fins for minimized weight and reduced airflow resistance. The ultra-quiet CNPS 92mm opaque fan has blue LEDs, aerodynamically optimized heatsink for smoother airflow and minimal noise.

This heatsink is compatible with all Intel Dual Core Pentium (Socket 775), Pentium 4 (Socket 775/478), and AMD Dual Core AMD Athlon 64 X2 (Socket 939), Sempron/AMD64 CPUs (Socket 754/939/940).
 

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If your custom-built system is showing signs of overheating, then you might need your monster build is showing signs of overheating such as a blue screen, frequent memory errors, constant reboots or unusual fan sounds, then you might need to consider replacing your cooling system.

While there are many cooling solutions out there that consist of fans, heatsinks and liquid cooled systems, your choice depends on such factors as compatibility, price, and space.
 
Here are the SPECS:
Brand ZALMAN
Type Fan & Heatsinks
Fan Size 92mm
Compatibility Intel: LGA 775 / LGA 1155* / LGA 1156* / LGA 1150
AMD: Socket 754 / 939 / 940 / AM2 / AM2+ / AM3
Bearing Type 2 Ball
RPM 1350 +/- 10% - 2600 +/- 10% RPM
Noise Level 18.0 +/- 10% - 27.5 +/- 10% dBA
Power Connector 3 Pin
LED Blue
Heatsink Material Pure Copper
Dimensions 85 x 112 x125mm
Weight 530g
Warranty 1-Year
 

Sources: Intel, Zalman





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