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This CPU cooler features two direct touch heatpipes, aluminum fins and a copper base. -Corwin

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the first water cooler i put together was zalman reserator with AMD FX61 and Radeon 9800 about 13 years ago, it was very quiet, doubles as a dorm heaters in the winter.

the good old days

edit: a picture for those who have no idea what a reserator was

https://www.quietpc.com/images/products/reserator1v2.jpg
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LGA 1150, 1151, 1155 all have the same mounting holes.
And AM4 mounting can be requested from Zalman for free
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Good coolers, probably don't make much sense for new AMD processors which already come with nice stock coolers but it's super great for stuff like i7-8700 which runs very hot with crappy stock cooler.
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The i7-8700 is a 1151 socket. Unless I'm missing something, this cooler isn't compatible with that socket.
LGA 1150, 1151, 1155 all have the same mounting holes.
And AM4 mounting can be requested from Zalman for free
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LGA 1150, 1151, 1155 all have the same mounting holes.
And AM4 mounting can be requested from Zalman for free
Nice, I didn't know that. Weird that they wouldn't just put 1151 compatibility on the specs
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good for someone wanna use liquid metal since its copper
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Was looking for something relatively affordable which is slim, this will fit the bill nicely. (I've used some Hyper 212s before because of affordability, but they're ginormous.)
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Some AMD CPUs (i.e. Ryzen 7 1700x / 1800x) dont come with a cooler in the box, a cheap cooler like this can be useful.

For these Intel users, pls dont use this cooler on i7-8700K, nor i9-9900K. This cooler is too weak to keep i7/i9 cool.
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I feel old now.
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good for someone wanna use liquid metal since its copper
copper does alloy with liquid metal it will stick and become dryish over time., you want a zinc or cobolt coating. nod
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Zalman and quiet are oxymorons.

Source :multiple zalman purchases over the years
Zalman used to be absurdly cool for the noise.

Having said that, they haven't really been relevant since the 9500 days. The coolers I had for my 7900gts were pretty nice too.
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Zalman and quiet are oxymorons.

Source :multiple zalman purchases over the years
the first water cooler i put together was zalman reserator with AMD FX61 and Radeon 9800 about 13 years ago, it was very quiet, doubles as a dorm heaters in the winter.

the good old days

edit: a picture for those who have no idea what a reserator was

https://www.quietpc.com/images/produ...serator1v2.jpg
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the first water cooler i put together was zalman reserator with AMD FX61 and Radeon 9800 about 13 years ago, it was very quiet, doubles as a dorm heaters in the winter.

the good old days

edit: a picture for those who have no idea what a reserator was

https://www.quietpc.com/images/produ...serator1v2.jpg
LOL, nice!
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