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Zalman (Continued)

Zalman also brought a number of cooling products with it the the show. The ZM-NC3500 notebook cooler features a slim, mesh design compatible with notebooks up to 17". The 220mm fan features adjustable speed control to give the user freedom to adjust as necessary. There are four USB 2.0 ports as well as a USB power supply. The ZM-NC3500 Plus also features an internal two channel USB soundcard, amplifier, and 40mm built-in speaker. There was another new notebook cooler on display, the ZM-NC11. It also supports notebooks up to 17" with a 220mm fan. the rubber grip-strips prevent the notebook from sliding around.












There were also a number of CPU coolers available for display, both standalone and mounted on motherboards. The CNPS12X was one of the new coolers on display, and it is a very large cooler. The fan features blue LEDs, and a dual air intake structure. It is made of copper and aluminum and weights 1000 grams. The six high performance heatpipes use direct touch and interactive heat transfer technology to keep your CPU running nice and cold. The all-in-one clip design makes for an easy installation on several Intel and AMD sockets.



The CNPS10X Optima is another new cooler that was on display. It has a copper base with aluminum fins and weighs in at 630 grams. There are four direct touch heatpipes with a 120mm fan to blow air across the heatsink. The design allows for the possibility of another fan, and also supports a wide array of Intel and AMD sockets.



Zalman also brought a number of its current heatsink models, starting with the CNPS11X Performa. The V shaped dual heatsink is made of copper and aluminum, and has a number of heatpipes that run along the fins. The CNPS9900 Max is a copper heatsink that features black nickel plating. The 135mm fan is lit up with either blue or red LEDs. Three heatpipes bring the cooling power to the 755 gram heatsink.


  1. Introduction
  2. CES Day 1 Part 1: IN WIN
  3. CES Day 1 Part 2: Other World Computing
  4. CES Day 1 Part 3: Sennheiser
  5. CES Day 1 Part 4: Diamond Multimedia
  6. CES Day 1 Part 5: Arctic
  7. CES Day 1 Part 6: Samsung
  8. CES Day 1 Part 7: Samsung (Continued)
  9. CES Day 1 Part 8: Lian Li
  10. CES Day 1 Part 9: Plantronics
  11. CES Day 1 Part 10: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
  12. CES Day 1 Part 11: Ubuntu, Supermicro, Ice Dragon Cooling
  13. CES Day 2 Part 1: Zalman
  14. CES Day 2 Part 2: Zalman (Continued)
  15. CES Day 2 Part 3: Zalman (Continued)
  16. CES Day 2 Part 4: Genius
  17. CES Day 2 Part 5: NVIDIA
  18. CES Day 2 Part 6: Gigabyte
  19. CES Day 2 Part 7: MSI
  20. CES Day 2 Part 8: Sapphire
  21. CES Day 2 Part 9: Cooler Master
  22. CES Day 2 Part 10: Seagate, VIBRAS
  23. CES Day 2 Part 11: Zotac
  24. CES Day 2 Part 12: Razer
  25. CES Day 2 Part 13: Razer (Videos)
  26. CES Day 3 Part 1: Patriot Memory
  27. CES Day 3 Part 2: Ferrari by Logic3
  28. CES Day 3 Part 3: beyerdynamic, Stream TV Networks
  29. CES Day 3 Part 4: ECS
  30. CES Day 3 Part 5: NZXT, CyberPower PC
  31. CES Day 3 Part 6: ASUS
  32. CES Day 3 Part 7: Corsair
  33. CES Day 3 Part 8: OCZ Technology
  34. CES Day 3 Part 9: Thermaltake
  35. CES Extras: Random Photos
  36. CES Extras: Cars Part 1
  37. CES Extras: Cars Part 2
  38. CES Extras: Booth Babes Part 1
  39. CES Extras: Booth Babes Part 2
  40. CES Extras: Booth Babes with Staff
  41. CES Final Thoughts
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