Originally posted by 003
The zalmon 7000 cooler is 700 something grams, and a warning comes with it stating that maximum weight on the socket should be no more than 450grams
lol, I have the 7700 copper cooler, weighs 918 grams.
I've had good experience lately with zalman and personally I think they make the best heatsinks around. They cool great and make almost no noise.
I think that this prototype is real but I think this website exaggerated it. I don't believe you need cartridges to start it and no way do you need that much power either. And I'm positive zalman would not have a warning on their product about it hurting house pets. And I doubt they would package it with 50 of said cartridges.
Zalman makes giant coolers that do a great job, like the 7700-cu, but I don't think they would make anything with wacky requirements like that, just not going to happen.
Point being, go Zalman!