The Zalman Z9 Plus offers a wide variety of features you don’t typically find in cases of similar price. You’ll notice the full black paint job, both inside and out, to go along with the multitude of blue LED fans and ventilation holes for superior cooling. The front of the case is mainly composed of [...]
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While visiting Zalman at a few trade shows, I was introduced to their new stereoscopic 3d monitor: the Zalman Trimon 22-inch monitor. nVidia has been showing off their own solutions that use any regular monitor, so what makes this monitor different, and why would you want to buy one? I spoke with Richard Chung of [...]
We here at OCMS have reviewed several products from our European pals at Noctua and I was very pleased to hear they contacted me again for some new products up for review this time is the “Noctua NH-C12P” CPU cooler. Ding dong! Oh, Jolly! The frigging mail dude arrived with a nice big package that [...]
Zalman computer products have been advertising the silencing factor of their products for many years. Most of their heatsinks are even packaged with their ”Fanmate” to let the user adjust the fan’s RPMs, thereby reducing the noise the fan produces. To achieve a virtually silent computer, some users have used several Fanmates or other rheostats to reduce [...]
One of the first products to come from the pre-fabbed modding scene were LED fans. At the time these clear whirlwinds with multi-colored LEDs were absolutely fascinating, and the clear fans were much more interesting to look at than standard matte black fans. These fans gave us a reason to take up a Dremel and [...]
In an ever-ending quest to find true silence, I have previously used watercooling, but today fans and cooling solutions have progressed to their its max and aircooling is becoming just as silent. Zalman is a leader in this industry, but there are many other heatsinks that do the job just as well. One of these [...]
Desktop motherboards usually don’t require any active cooling, as their chipsets do not run that hot. In recent years the increasing clock speeds and number of integrated devices are pushing these chipsets harder, making them hotter. Most motherboard’s North Bridge takes the brunt of this work, as it handles communications between the main CPU and [...]