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Uploaded: 26.12.2007 16:54
Categories: Cooling

Jipa - The original mounting bracket of the cooler snapped, so I had to make a new one. Kinda made me dislike the AM2 and its four moun

The original mounting bracket of the cooler snapped, so I had to make a new one. Kinda made me dislike the AM2 and its four mounting holes... S939 would've been easier as it has only two holes.


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16.05.2008 11:42 JipaLol is exactly that I thought as well :)
16.05.2008 08:20 Saakkilol i see thats not zalman..never heard of these www.pccooler.cn..i go check metkus review
14.05.2008 19:03 Saakkioi mate i have same cooler ..very good with fanmate. Quiet at slow speeds
31.12.2007 16:23 laurilrI have always been worrying about that if Zalman CNSP9700 Led:s (my ex-cooler) mounting bracket snaps. Then i could say goodbye for graphics card :)
26.12.2007 21:18 JipaYeah it's surprisingly good. The second rig (Asus M2A-VM, 3500+, 2 GB ram) isn't in everyday use, so I didn't really check the temperatures, but the cooler is pretty quiet. Right now the whole thing is in pieces and the PSU is waiting to be modified.
26.12.2007 20:35 Regudoes it work? temps?
26.12.2007 20:33 JipaClose, but no banana. It's a cooler seen in the latest review in metku.net for more information check www.pccooler.cn
26.12.2007 19:39 Zyrppa7700-Cu?
26.12.2007 18:46 rikhardoVery nice :P
26.12.2007 16:55 JipaIt's made of two pieces of aluminum L-profile and some M5-thread bar. And spacers... Lots of spacers :)