mitchell.gore at gmail.com
Thu Mar 1 23:04:43 UTC 2007
nMediaPC just replied back and the Zalman 120mm wont fit. But either of
their coolers will. They make the icetank (read some bad reviews about it,
Not that good at low fan speeds) and their Ice cone (some decent reviews).
The ice cone looks like the Zalman but uses a 100mm fan. Any one have
experience with this fan? I am open for suggestions on a different case but
i want a mATX case to keep it small. Many of the HTPC cases i have looked
at are ATX size. I would also like to keep the cost of the case around
On 3/1/07, Nick Morrott <knowledgejunkie at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 01/03/07, Mitch Gore <mitchell.gore at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am trying to decide on a Cooler to buy for my new HTPC case. I think
> > will be getting a nMediaPC 100BA. I have narrowed coolers down to a
> > nMediaPC IceTank or the Zalman CNPS7700.
> > The main difference between the two is the IceTank has 90mm fan and the
> > Zalman is a 120mm. Also, I know the icetank will fit but the Zalman is
> > quesitonable. I emailed nMediaPC to see if they know. Zalman says for
> > MB I need 19mm between the top of my ECS 661FX-M and the PSU. (Anyone
> > this case that could measure?)
> I only have experience of the Zalman cooler, but I use this cooler in
> my Silverstone LC17M backend/server which is on 24/7. I'm running an
> AMD64 3000+ @1000MHz with the powernow module, which reduces
> heat/energy usage, and with the fan running extremely quietly at
> ~950RPM, I've had no problems at all.
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