Want to know the trick to making Zalman's NEW CNSP9900 LED socket 1366/775/AM2 heatsink run five degrees cooler? Hint, it's not the thermal compound, nor is it increasing fan speed. Frostytech tests the Zalman CNPS9900 LED heatsink here, and dishes out a TIP that will make silent running this all-copper heatsink an extra bit cooler.
"Frostytech first saw Zalman's CNPS9900 LED heatsink at Computex Taipei this past year, today we've finally got it on the test bench! The heatsink was appropriately set to release in tandem with socket 1366 Intel Core i7 processors and is thus fully socket 775/1366 compatible."
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