The last couple of Months are busy for Zelman who has sent coolers. These are CNPS9900 collection and the series. The CNPS10X series introduced a new design for Zelman CPU coolers more tower kind. The CNPS9900A LED that I will take a look at today is based upon a theory that Zelman calls Omega Heat pipe Design out of its similarities with the Greek letter Omega Ω. That layout was introduced with the Zelman that impressed me and that I came with a while back. Zelman LED Which contains Dimensions 94 x 131 x 152 millimeter ,Weight 730g ,Materials Copper ,Heat pipes 3 components of 6mm ,region of heat transference 5402 cm2 ,Compatibility Intel 1156, 1366, 775 ,AMD 754, 939.940, AM2, AM2+, AM3 ,Fan ,Size 120 millimeter ,Rotation speed 8002000 rpm ,Generated noise 1838 dab ,Power and speed controller 4 pin connector, PWM regulator .The first thing that struck me when looking at the LED is that it only uses three heat pipes. High end makers of CPU coolers have gone to alternatives with 6 or 5 heat pipes. This review should ascertain if Zelman has chosen a path that is fantastic. The LED Comes in a box, which does nothing to conceal the fact that this is a CPU cooler. There is an opening on the front and faces of the box that lets us have a glimpse of the fan and the heat sink.
The included Accessories are plentiful. Zelman has included a guide in a sticker with the logo of the maker a tube of this Zelman pc cooling thermal grease, the RC33P adapter and all the anchorages and materials necessary for installation on an assortment of sockets. The RC33P is a device which enables us to control the turning rate of the fan by lessening the power from 12V to 7V. As you can see from the images over the fins on the heat sinks area is thicker than the side. The cause of this is that the parts copper fins are the ones. It took some time to me to locate then and the two legs which are anchored to the bottom hold the fan in the center of both cylindrical copper fins up. At the part of the enthusiast I found the tag that shows the model number and its characteristics of the fan. In this case Zelman has set up a 120 mm fan with PWM capabilities between 1000 and 2000 rpm.
The installation of the fan is straightforward and it took just a few minutes to me. When installing the fan in an AMD system, you must first secure the integrated paper clip, whereas using Intel systems you need to also set up a rear plate and the attachments for each socket. I would not go into this further here suffice to state that the setup is simple.