Up for review at [H]ard|OCP is the ZEROtherm ZT-10D, a heatpipe based heatsink weighing 885g naked and stands 127mm x 74mm x 160mm, which should be able to squeeze into most full sized ATX cases.  The cooler worked very well, especially when the fans were turned to high speed, something that is a definite option as they never exceeded 40dB which is a very reasonable amount of noise.  The only drawback was the installation, which is onerous compared to other heatsinks but as you can see from the review your perseverance will be rewarded.

“ZEROtherm is back on our review pages touting a CPU air cooler that exceeds expectations in R&D, Design and Production. It says it has a 300 watt capable cooler that is the most optimized for Hexa and Quad-core processors. With more heatpipes than we can shake a stick at, let’s see how the ZT-10D actually performs.”

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