|Zalman CNPS9700 NT CPU Cooler Review|
Today we are going to review another CPU cooler from Zalman, CNPS9700 NT. Its design is very different from the ones we are used to see, with three 8-shaped heatpipes, nickel-plated looks and a 110-mm fan. Let's check if its performance beats coolers based on the "tower" design.
Besides CNPS9700 NT Zalman also offers NPS9700 LED, which has as main difference the absence of the nickel-plated looks, with a plain copper color on its fins, heatpipes and base. The CNPS9500 series have a similar design, but being a little smaller, with a 92-mm fan.
CNPS9700 NT box looks nice in green shades. It is possible to see the fan and part of the heatsink from a plastic transparent window.
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Inside the box we found the cooler, a user manual, installing hardware, a gray thermal compound tube and a case sticker.
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Figure 2: Box contents.
In Figure 3 you can have a general view of CNPS9700 NT. It does not look like any other cooler we have already reviewed. Fins, heatpipes and base are made of pure copper, but nickel-plated for a dark metal looks just like Zalman CNPS10X Extreme we reviewed some weeks ago.
click to enlargeFigure 3: CNPS9700 NT.
The 110-mm fan is mounted inside the heatsink, attached to the cooler base by two metallic holders.
click to enlargeFigure 4: Front view.
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