Zalman CNPS 14X Review

Up Close: Packaging and Contents

Zalman CNPS 14X Review


Up Close:  Packaging and Contents

The CNPS 14X comes packaged in a mature looking Blue and Black card box.  The exterior gives details of specification along with outlining a few of the key features of the cooler within.  Inside the cooler itself rests on an expanded polystyrene base and supported by several interleaving thick card shelves.

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Along with the cooler itself there's quite a lot inside the box.  A large multi function back plate and a set of brackets combined with the usual bag of screws, caters for every single one of the many sockets to which the 14X can be fitted.  Additional spring clips are also provided should you wish to append additional 140mm fans to the cooler, although none are supplied.  An angled spanner is also included to help with fitting, along with a generous sized sachet of TIM and a rather nice Blue case badge.  Zalman also include a small multi language instruction booklet   

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Most Recent Comments

29-11-2012, 04:02:15

While I'm no expert at keeping Sandy Bridge cool, I couldn't help but look at those temps, even with the 19c ambient, and thinking 'Mmmmm, not good'

Thanks for the warning mate.Quote

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