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Evercool Venti HPQ-12025 CPU Cooler

Oct 09,2014 0 Comments

Evercool Venti HPQ-12025 CPU Cooler

After what seems like forever and a year ago, Evercool is once again sending us samples from their CPU cooling segment. In fact, it seems the last cooler we had the pleasure of looking at under the Evercool name was the Transformer 4, which we reviewed way back in the middle of 2009. With plenty of time between then and now, we hope Evercool has evolved along with the market, and is still offering coolers capable of handling the processors currently on the market. With five years since we last looked at their products, what they are doing now is anyone’s guess.

What we have today is a single tower cooler that comes with a single fan to cool the tower of fins. We also know up front that this is an economically considerate solution, intended as a stock replacement with headroom still left over for a fair bit of overclocking. While most coolers in this category are very plain and have little to offer aesthetically, and typically offer push-pin style mounting, that is not what we see in this latest sample. Here, you are given a decent looking cooler, with good styling, and an embossed company name in the fins. It also comes with some very secure and easy to use hardware, so you can get the best out of this direct touch cooler with some ease.

Today we will be looking at Evercool’s latest cooler to come to market, the Evercool Venti HPQ-12025 CPU cooler. Since we are going to be covering all of the specification soon enough, we will jump right to the point here: along with the Hyper 212 coolers, the Brocken ECO, the Enermax ETS-N30, and other budget friendly solutions, this cooler is a new contender to the throne. Now, let’s see what the Venti is all about.

The chart provided by Evercool on their product page is, to be honest, kind of lame. We do get the overall dimensions of the cooler; we see it stands 160mm tall, only 125mm in width, and is a mere 68mm thick with the fan on the cooler, as the fin stack is 43mm in thickness. That is everything about the cooler, except for the weight of 588 grams shown at the bottom, and again, this is a measurement including the fan.

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