|Zaward Sylphee ZCJ003 CPU Cooler|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Cooling|
|Written by Olin Coles|
|Thursday, 21 June 2007|
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Zaward Sylphee ZCJ003
The age of the heat pipe is upon us. Ever since it broke onto the scene, cooling devices of every style and shape have emerged, some of which seem to defy logic. It is assured to us then that the age of the aluminum block cooler is long gone, hopefully never to be seen again.
The engineers at Zaward are something like a modern-day Leonardo da Vinci, because they have taken to a unique style of functional cooling devices. One of their featured products is the Sylphee aluminum CPU cooler. Benchmark Reviews tested this dual-heat pipe dual-impeller cooler, and it proved to be a very unique product, with results just as uncommon. Read on to see if function came before fashion, or if these looks can kill your system.
I have a feeling that Zaward knows that not everyone is open to trying out something radically new. This seems the case, because the retail packaging does a decent job of disguising the unique shape of the Sylphee. The packaging reveals only hints of what lies within, but hopefully the contents offer a pleasant surprise for consumers.
Sylphee ZCJ003 Features
About the company: ZAWARD
Zaward Corporation was founded in 1996 as the sole worldwide agent of Globefan Technology Co., Ltd., one of the leading manufacturers of DC fans that has been established since 1986 in Taiwan to provide major personal computer power supply companies with the best quality products.
For their efforts over the decade, the company has built their reliable reputation and gained clients' trust on her high standard of engineering and well-developed quality control system.
As the company grew, it put together a thermal solutions R&D team and started work on big OEM projects primarily for German and Japanese electrical companies. With full support from Globefan, the company has consistently met the strict demands of its customers.
While technology is progressing rapidly, reduction in costs are always called for. Due to market changes, the company has decided to promote their own products.
In 2005, Zaward & Globefan setup the new R&D center and thermal solutions lab in Taipei, Taiwan for OEM customized projects as well as for its own product development.
At the same time, the new noise lab and wind tunnel have been installed in the China factory to fulfill our research and development for high technology, and more advanced products. Meanwhile, to have the complete test equipment for more strict quality control and application purpose.