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Zalman Fatal1ty Cooler Series
Author: Gabriel Torres
Type: First Look Last Updated: September 24, 2005
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Introduction

To match ABIT Fatal1ty motherboard series (AA8XE, AN8 SLI and AN8) and also Creative Labs forthcoming Fatal1ty series, Zalman released two cooling solutions: a CPU cooler (FS-C77) and a VGA cooler (FS-V7).

Zalman Fatal1ty Cooler Series
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Figure 1: Zalman Fatal1ty series.

The CPU cooler can be used together with sockets 775, 754, 939, 940 and 478 processors. Processors using different sockets these are not supported, since the cooler comes with a series of socket adapters only for these sockets, as you can see in Figure 2.

Zalman Fatal1ty Cooler Series
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Figure 2: Zalman Fatal1ty CPU cooler (FS-C77).

The heatsink is all copper-made and its base is so smooth that you could use it as a mirror. The fan is transparent with a red LED that glows when the system is on.

Zalman Fatal1ty Cooler Series
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Figure 3: Zalman Fatal1ty CPU cooler (FS-C77) heatsink.

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