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Old 24-03-2009
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Zalman ZM-SC100 Cooling Fan
  

hi there

I am bout to choose a new cooling fan for my video card Nvidia Geforce 9800 GTX. As it is so powerful in performance and heat generation, i need to but a cooling fan for this video card. I am being suggested about the zalman zmsc100. I never heard about it neither saw it. Can you provide soem ideas regarding this product.

Your help will be appreciated.

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Re: Zalman ZM-SC100 Cooling Fan

The latest product of the Zalman, the ZM-SC100, a VGA and system fan and is a pre-placed on the market. Powered by a PCI port and connects the platform to it, psychontas not only the VGA and all the rest of the system by reducing the temperature by 10C.

Cools the graphic card's RAM, FET, and other core components for stable system operation.

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Re: Zalman ZM-SC100 Cooling Fan

General Features:

Superior VGA Card & System Cooling:

Cools the graphic card's RAM, FET, and other core components for stable system operation.

PCI Slot Powered:

Powered by the motherboard's PCI slot, there is no need for additional power cables.

92mm Blue LED Fan:

The high capacity blue LED fan optimizes cooling performance and heightens the modding effect.

RPM Adjustability:

The fan's RPM can be set to 'low', 'medium', and 'high' according to the user's preference of noise level and performance.

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Re: Zalman ZM-SC100 Cooling Fan

Technical Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 153(L) x 28.5(W) x 123(H) mm
  • Weight: 203g
  • Input Voltage: DC 12V & 5V
  • Bearing Type: 2 Ball-Bearing
  • Fan Spec: 12V, 0.35A, 92mm
  • Fan Speed: 1400 - 2300 ? 10%
  • Noise Level: 25.0dBA - 39.0dBA ? 10%
  • Life Expectancy: 50,000 Hours

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Re: Zalman ZM-SC100 Cooling Fan

The final product of the Zalman, which is a VGA system fan and the name ZM-SC100, is ready and is a pre-placed on the market. Powered by a PCI port and connects the platform to it, psychontas not only the VGA and all the rest of the system by reducing the current temperature at 10C.

It is one of the viable solutions for the cooling of VGA, but you and other hardware. The purpose of this new cooler is to lower the temperature of VGA and other hardware, the stability of each user. Take note that we do not need power cables and as we powered through the PCI port.

Additionally equipped with a Blue LED 92mm fan of the creation of possible air flow. Please note that each user will have the opportunity to intensity changes according to the preferences with the help of a button located at the top of the Fan. Furthermore, the new ZM-SC100 is packaged in a cardboard box of 30 unit which has dastaseis 522 (L) x296 (W) x255 (H) mm.

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