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Zalman CNPS5X SZ CPU Heatsink Review
Wed Aug 03, 2011 | 5:20P | PermaLink BY: Max Page
Lately at APH Networks, we have been suffering from the 'Australian effect'. By the 'Australian effect', I mean stuff always somehow turns out to be upside down. I have no idea how this has been happening in almost every review, but hopefully that bug does not hit this review as well, or else we might be in trouble. Either way, all I know is that there are some things that are better left right side up than upside down. Take your computer's CPU heatsink/fan, for example: Have you ever tried installing it the wrong way? How did that turn out... if you are not in Australia? I don't think it would be too appropriate to have the fins or the fan touching the CPU, haha. Anyways, where were we again? Oh right, it is now time to talk about today's product. By now, I'm sure most users want to know what we will be taking a look at today. The product in particular comes to us from Zalman, a renowned force in the computer cooling market with many budget to enthusiast products that may be used to suit any need -- where the CNPS5X SZ is a CPU heatsink/fan advertised to be "ultra quiet" with powerful cooling performance. Let us see how well it lives up to their claim, and how it stacks up in today's market.
FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS
(http://aphnetworks.com/reviews/zalman_cnps5x_sz)

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