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Zalman Minimized Noise Cooler for Notebook (NC2000B)

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  • -- Aerodynamically-designed notebook cooler with minimized noise and enhanced user convenience.
  • -- Sleek design incorporating a high quality 3mm thick aluminum panel with a fine curvature and great cooling performance.
  • -- One-body design composed of different materials provides a sleek appearance.
  • -- Premium aluminum treated with D.S.A. Surface Processing. * D.S.A.( Diamond Cutting, Sand Blasting, Anodizing)
  • -- The Rubber Grip Strip prevents the notebook from sliding.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Zalman
  • Model: NC2000B
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Weight: 1.46 Kilograms
  • Warranty: Comes with Manufacturer Warranty.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 15.8 x 1.7 inches ; 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0012WXFO8
  • Item model number: NC2000B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (262 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 22, 2008

Product Description

Zalman ZM-NC2000 Minimized Noise Notebook Cooler (Black)

Customer Reviews

Very quiet, variable fan speed.
penne
Great Product,It does a great job of keeping my laptop cool and is very quiet and very well built!
Daniel Mahady
The cooler itself is well constructed -- solid and runs very quiet.
Disappointed in Denver

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Dana Moore on January 16, 2009
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I just got my cooler today. I think it's awesome. For one, it fits my 17" laptop perfectly, and it doesn't scoot and slide. I had bought a flimsy one and the laptop just about slid off the table! This cooler is very sturdy and it looks slick to boot.

It's also at a good angle, and it has flip-up feet so if you want it a little higher, it will accommodate you. It has a little compartment for your USB cable to hide in as well.

Another thing: it's almost silent! I have the fans up full blast right now and it's barely making a peep. And it keeps my laptop very cool. I'm actually running World of Warcraft in the background (for the last 20 minutes or so) right now on max settings and the laptop fans have yet to kick on, just the cooler fan.

So yes, it may be pricey, but if you're going to long-term game on your laptop then I think it's a perfect investment for you.

I wish I could find something con for your consideration, but I honestly can't think of one!
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140 of 155 people found the following review helpful By Travis Pollard on August 8, 2009
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DISCLAIMER: I am not a computer expert, I do not work for the company. I am a computational chemist and a graduate student at the University of Cincinnati. There are certainly more qualified people to discuss the technical details.

EDIT: Nov 9th, 2012... cleaned up and streamlined.

2012 Conclusion (to save you time)...
The unit continues to work every bit as well as it did on day 1. I've had this unit for approximately 3 years. Optimal cooling is to be expected for smaller laptops and if the vents in your machine are located towards your keyboard. This unit will cool your device though it is hard to predict exactly how much cooler it will run, etc. Good value, good performance. Also, might I suggest if the laptop is plugged in often, try removing the battery (unless you are just trying to charge it obviously). This removes a very large heat source from an area the Zalman struggles to cool.

Laptop models reviewed in my tests:
2007 purchased Gateway M685-E 17" screen, 4GB RAM and dual core processor (referred to hereafter as GTWY)
2010-11 purchased ASUS *model unknown* 17", 4GB RAM, dual core i3 processor (referred to hereafter as ASUS)

Typical use:
GTWY (toast!): internet, light gaming, audio recording, office use, ran Windows Vista from day 1
ASUS (still active!): internet, running quantum chemical calculations, coding, compiling code, running Linux Mint 13

Additional modifications:
GTWY: This laptop was undervolted at the time of the tests and thus ran significantly cooler.
ASUS: No modifications have been made, this laptop runs cooler than the GTWY as is.
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111 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Susan on May 23, 2010
First of all, this was by far the best notebook cooler I've ever used - for the short time it was used. I have a cheap and hot laptop, and with a small budget, I needed it to last. I tried a couple of other coolers, and they just didn't seem to help much.

So when I got this one, I was happy to find that my notebook stayed constantly cool with this cooler. UNFORTUNATELY, the fans in the cooler quit 43 days after purchasing it. Blue light still on, but no fans. I still use it just to set my laptop on, but it just doesn't cut it without the fans. My laptop is as hot as ever.

To make matters worse, I can't get any help from Zalman. I figured there must be a warranty or maybe some kind of fix for it, but after contacting them a few times, there has been no response. It's disappointing that they seem to talk about how great their products are, but don't stand behind them when they fail. I won't be buying another Zalman product.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By William Drummond on October 21, 2008
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I spent quite a bit of time and put a lot of effort into finding a cooler for my Clevo based P4 notebook. With a 17" screen, this is one monster computer. The video cards are notorious for the amount of heat produced. I began having problems with thermal shutdowns despite my best efforts at keeping the inside of the computer clean and free of dust accumumlation.

I finally decided on the Zalman cooler and spent several days wondering if the reviews I read were from people who bought it, received it, and just thought it was pretty. Well, it is a nice looking piece of equipment and very light weight. There is nothing at all confusing about setting the cooler up for use. Any 45-year-old can do it without reading the directions!!

I have had zero shutdowns since I began using the cooler. My thermal monitoring program indicates a 40% drop in the operating temperatures that it monitors. There are no huge peaks in temperatures as I had before using the cooler.

My final analysis is that though the equipment is expensive, it is worth the price sinde it works as advertised. I have purchased some of the flimsy plastic products in the past that looked and felt cheap. This cooler is aluminum, posseses sleek looks, and is not flimsy.

Because of the priciness of the product, I have to deduct one star.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. Kuo on October 20, 2009
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Construction Quality: The cooler is made of a thick chunk of machined aluminum that has been processed to be scratch-proof. It's absolutely solid and feels substantial.

Cooling Effect: While I don't have the numbers in front of me, my HP HDX would heat up to be uncomfortable to the touch when handling high processor loads. With this cooler, even running the most taxing programs, my computer barely breaks a sweat!

Portability: The NC-2000 was built to handle larger notebooks like my 16-inch HDX. With my laptop sitting dead center, there is a half-inch clearance between the edge of my laptop and the edge of the cooler on both sides along with about an inch and a half of clearance total from front to back. Essentially, the cooler is quite large, and ends up being as much an inch and three quarters at its widest point. Assuming you have a laptop back or backpack that is large enough to carry your large laptop, you should have no problem fitting the cooler inside. However, if you're looking for a smaller, more portable model, you should look into the ZM-NC1000.

USB ports: The cooler is powered by a provided USB cord that plugs into your notebook. Zalman was nice enough to provide two USB ports on the cooler: one on the left and the other on the right. While one port is used to provide power to the cooler, the other USB port allows you to still have the same number of usable ports to connect your peripherals. It would have been nice of Zalman to incorporate a USB hub into the cooler, but the spare USB port works just fine.

Noise: With the variable fan speed dial on the side, it is possible to adjust the speed of the fans, thus controlling the noise level. My tip to you is to simply keep the cooler turned up to its maximum.
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