Zero-Infinity Free-Flow+ Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

 Zero-Infinity Free-Flow+  



Zero Infinity are new to the scene.  A Hong Kong Based firm with a range of CPU and RAM coolers, PSUs and fans.  A quick look at their product line up with leave you with the distinct impression that these chaps are more than a partial to the colour Purple.  Psychedelic colour choices aside lets hear what they have to say for themselves.

"At Zero Infinity, we understand that “consumers are the life and blood of our business, without them, we wouldn’t be here”. Consumer’s satisfaction is the most important values of our business. Our team of designers and engineers shares one goal in common. To design products that has impeccable performance and flawless quality".

Certainly the Product we have for review today seems like it should satisfy. With twin towers, 3x140mm 1200RPM fans and 5x8mm heatpipes the Free Flow+ has all the right ingredients for a chart topping cooler.  Question is, how well have Zero Infinity put these ingredients together?



Dimensions Without fan111x165x140mm (HxWxD)
Dimensions With fan162x165x140mm (HxWxD)
Fans included2x140mm
Weight With/Without fans1496/1057g
MaterialHeat pipes Nickel Copper, Blades Nickel Plated Aluminium
Heat pipes 5x8mm
Fan dimensions 140x140x25mm
Colour Purple/Black
Weight 154g
Fan Speed 1200 rpm
Fan Connector 3-Pin
Compatability Intel 771, 775, 1155, 1156, 1366 / AMD AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1


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Most Recent Comments

16-05-2012, 11:01:06

oh yes it's a Foxy Lady Quote

16-05-2012, 11:04:13

I'm liking the purple fans, shame about the performance and price though.Quote

16-05-2012, 11:05:48

Josh Weston
Good review, just a shame about the lacking performance at a ridiculous price.Quote

16-05-2012, 11:44:10

Lovely review.. indeed, we would be better of getting ourselves an Noctua NH-D14! Quote

16-05-2012, 13:05:50

Nice review, thanks. Purple is my fave colour and I wouldn't buy this. It looks garish and cheap. Aesthetics aside, you'd expect a twin-tower triple-fan to perform well or are they using the third fan just for marketing or to make up for some shortcomings? Either way, going by your results, they've failed.Quote

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