Great Two Fan Performance.
Back plate on the mounting solution.
Slightly high introductory price.
By TweakNews on March 13, 2010
The Zalman CNPS10X Flex heatsink follows the same trend set in place with the other CNPS10X coolers I have reviewed in the past. The cooler's build quality is superb and feels like a quality piece of hardware when compared to some of the...-
By PCPer on February 26, 2010
The actual performance numbers we saw from the CNPS10X Flex were absolutely outstanding and we recommend adding the second 120mm fan for a decent decrease in CPU temps under idle and load conditions. If you can live without using your first DIMM...-
By FrostyTech on February 26, 2010
The Zalman CNPS10X Flex heatsink ships without any fans, so users can install one or two 120mm fans of their own choosing. In all other respects the CNPS10X Flex is identical to Zalman's CNPS10X Quiet heatsink, so today's review is not going to...80
By Overclockers Online on February 23, 2010
As with other Zalman products I’ve reviewed, the CNPS10X Flex is a well-engineered product that does what it should do and does it very well. The build quality is great and it performs admirably. Installation was very simple thanks to the included...-
By Hardware Secrets on February 19, 2010
When we tested CNPS 10X Extreme a few months ago we were very impressed by its rock-solid aspect and by its performance. Today testing its "little brother" we also liked the results. Although CNPS 10X Flex is not as beautiful as its most expensive...-
By SilentPC Review on February 14, 2010
The Zalman CNPS10X Flex has some inherent advantages over the more extravagant CNPS10X Extreme. It sports a lower price-tag thanks to its lack of the Extreme's nickel coating, fan controller and loud stock fan. In addition, the mounting system has...-
By Bjorn3D on February 05, 2010
The CNPS10X Flex rose to the top of the charts, putting up great numbers in both single and dual fan configurations. At about $48 at Newegg, the CNPS10X Flex should be at the top of your list for your next heatsink...90
By Hardware Canucks on January 28, 2010
We can honestly say that we went into this review with a fair amount of trepidation. On the one hand, we had our somewhat less than optimal experiences with the CNPS10X Extreme fresh in mind but on the other, we were extremely curious about what...-
By X-bit Labs on January 28, 2010
There are no low-performance coolers in this test session. All the tested models are an excellent choice for cooling overclocked CPUs. The tuning of the coolers has generally been useful. For example, the Thermalright Ultra-120 eXtreme works more...-
By BCCHardware on January 04, 2010
When you open the box of the CNPS10X Flex its pretty tough to get too excited as its only a heatsink, but once you get this cooler equipped with a couple of your favorite 120mm fans and see the performance that this cooler offers its a whole lot...90