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    Zalman clarifies its situation in official statement

    It isn't going bankrupt and product warranties will be honoured.
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    Re: Zalman clarifies its situation in official statement

    This certainly doesn't mean Zalman is out of the woods - its going to be all about its cash flow and whether it can stand on its own with whatever lending burden it may be left with (which sounds like it might be significant if it needs 'restructuring').

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    Re: Zalman clarifies its situation in official statement

    Not used any Zalman products since the old Athlon XP days but would be a shame to see a long running company like that go under. Especially for something that was not their fault.
    Fingers crossed for them.

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    Re: Zalman clarifies its situation in official statement

    Name a single zalman product that is the best in its price range...

    Yeah, I cant think of anything either.

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    Re: Zalman clarifies its situation in official statement

    I hope they make it, I have had a few zalman products over time (currently using a zalman case), I have always liked how they are generally a bit different.

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    Re: Zalman clarifies its situation in official statement

    Quote Originally Posted by maxp779 View Post
    Name a single zalman product that is the best in its price range...
    Zalman CNPS2X. The best low profile CPU fan I've ever seen, completely copper and silent for £20.

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    Re: Zalman clarifies its situation in official statement

    I would like to see something like the Zalman VF1000(Copper VGA cooler) updated for newer cards without being huge.. Like the VF1000 wasn't, it was a nice decent size and performed quite well, my old 4850 still runs with it, in my brothers PC.

    Or even better, a dual fan VF1000 with the waterblock built in like the Asus Poseidon cards, that would work quite well for me as I've moved to watercooling on my main rig.

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    Re: Zalman clarifies its situation in official statement

    Quote Originally Posted by bae85 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by maxp779 View Post
    Name a single zalman product that is the best in its price range...
    Zalman CNPS2X. The best low profile CPU fan I've ever seen, completely copper and silent for £20.
    Intel stock cooler would like a word... It is silent, reasonably low profile and sometimes has a copper core for £0.

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