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Date: October 23rd, 2006
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Apack
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CONCLUSIONS AND AFTERTHOUGHTS



The ZEROtherm 710 is a good VGA cooling solution from a new player in this market. A tie, however, is rarely satisfying in this business. As I mentioned earlier, the GX710 is almost surely going to be more expensive that the 700 and, being a bit heavier, doesn't have much to recommend it over the 700. The 710 shows good performance and is very quiet, so it does its job admirably, but the 700 gets the nod for price and weight.


As of this writing, none of the ZEROtherm coolers are available in North America , and I have no pricing information to share with you. It will be interesting to see the pricepoints of these coolers when/if they reach the marketplace


Pros:


- Good cooling
- Copper fins
- Relatively light weight
- Low profile
- Easy, tool-free installation
- Unique heatpipe design
- Ramsinks included


Cons:


- Poor Availability
- No pricing information
- Cooling unimproved over aluminum model

 

 

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