ZALMAN CNPS7000B-AL/CU + LED Tags: Heatsinks Overclocking Zalman Cooling LED Monitor Product Last response: April 22, 2006 9:01 PM in Overclocking Share Teo21 April 21, 2006 3:14:35 PM Hi guys! I'm newbie in overclocking and I need some help.For a start,I' thinking to change my AMD 3000+ cooler and set the ZALMAN CNPS7000B-AL/CU + LED.I 've heard that is a good cooler.Help me!! More about : zalman cnps7000b led rasconenrique April 21, 2006 8:57:17 PM I bought the same one for my 3000+, it doesnt make a sound and has good cooling, got it running at 40c (remember to get some AS5 too) but my case still doesnt have good airflow :-( jaguarskx April 22, 2006 9:01:54 PM The Scythe Ninja can cool your Athlon 64 without a fan, but you will need decent airflow. It can passively cool (no fan) an Athlon 64 X2 3800+ in a case with good airflow. Do not attempt passive cooling on a Pentium 4 since they run much hotter than Athlon 64. The downside is the Ninja is 5.9" (150mm) tall, so only use it if your case is at least 7.25" tall/wide depending on if it's a desktop or tower. Scythe Ninja Review Scythe Ninja @ Newegg.com Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCNPS7000B-ALCU cool oc'ed Pentium D 805? ForumA7N8X-E Deluxe + Zalmann CNPS7000B-AlCu Cooler ForumBios/HD/Monitor wont boot with new RAM ForumHelp me rate this computer build please. ForumHomebuilt vs Falcon NW vs. Alienware Forumthermaltake armor or antec 900? ForumAMD 3200+ OC, what am i doing wrong? Please help. ForumAnother "Give me your advice on this build" thread ForumWhat do you think about this PSU Forum1st Post, 1st time building Forumphysical shop or online shop? ForumP4R800-V Deluxe - CPU Overheating ForumTime to build a San Diego system. Forumnew build GA-8IG1000MK 865G RT Foruma64 3400 dtr ForumZALMAN z11 PLUS or NZXT 410 TEMPEST? LED TIPS ForumZalman MZ240ED 24" LED monitor, Any good? ForumFixed Voltage ForumZalman VF900-CU Copper Dual Heatpipe any good? ForumZalman CNPS9500/Thermaltake Big Typhoon/Scythe Ninja Plus More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !