Cooler Master JET 7 HSF Review

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Cooler Master JET 7 HSF Review

Post by Apoptosis » Tue Oct 14, 2003 11:35 am

Just wanted to let everyone know that we just posted our review on the Cooler Master JET 7 HSF. Time to look at a Jet engine with some flashing LED's!!

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Great looking fan, but it doesn't put out much air flow :(

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Post by morosis » Sun Oct 19, 2003 8:35 pm

Thanks for that. I was considering one as the Zalman 7000A-ALCU might be a bit big to fit, but it looks like the Silent Boost would be a better option if the Zalman won't fit.

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Post by OsamaBinAthlon » Mon Oct 20, 2003 6:23 am

I don't know about that Jet 7 thing - it looks kinda........wierd - shame the outlet isn't on top - it'd probably look pretty scary, something different, I suppose. - You'd be amazed at how the Zalman CNPS7000-Cu manages to clear everything owing to it's unique design - I thought I was gonna have to modify the replacement N'bridge HS&F to fit it in - not a problem! The base is actually about the same size as the heatspreader on the P4, and gradually spreads out.
For a quiet solution, I couldn't be happier - my comp idles in the mid 30's overclocked 900Mhz here in Australia - I estimate the very low 40's during summer.