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Conclusion

Our today’s tests showed that there is at least one more very serious brand name in the cooling solutions market these days – APACK ZEROtherm. A pretty diverse lineup of their cooling solutions we have tested so far made a highly favorable impression. They are offering a great option for night-time internet surfers, who care about the level of generated noise a lot: BTF95 fanless. There are three models for overclocking fans who care about the exterior looks as much as about the cooling efficiency – BTF80/90 and BTF92 O.E.

But I would like to specifically point out a remarkable performance of ZEROtherm Nirvana NV120 Premium – cooler with only four 6-mm heatpipes that managed to demonstrate the same cooling efficiency as Thermalright Ultra-120 eXtreme that has remained undefeated for quite some time now with very few exceptions. I couldn’t find any drawbacks in the design or performance of the ZEROtherm Nirvana NV120 Premium cooler so all I can tell APACK engineers is to keep up the great job and continue pleasing us with impressive processor and graphics card coolers in the future.

Summing up the results of our test session we decided to award ZEROtherm Nirvana NV120 Premium with our prestigious Editor’s Choice title as the best processor air cooler with heatpipe technology.

 
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