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04-18-11, 02:57 PM #1
Evercool Transformer 4 Heatsink Review
Today I will be looking at a heatsink from Evercool, the Transformer 4. This is the first heatsink I have ever had from Evercool, and it came delivered along with another offering from them, the Transformer 3. I consider the Transformer 4 to be their high-end offering, since it has four heatpipes and comes with two fans for a push-pull setup. I decided to take it for a test drive first, then follow up with the Transformer 3, which only has three heatpipes and comes with only one fan. The Transformer 4 is set up in conventional tower style with a heatpipe direct touch base and utilizes four 8 mm...
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04-18-11, 04:55 PM #2
ooh...a value cooler for me to recommend...great writeup (as always) jim!If years were seasons, this December would be the December of our December.
04-18-11, 11:33 PM #3
Thanks m0r7. If Evercool would have a better mounting system, this would be a decent choice. But their mounting systems are their weak link. The Transformer 3 (review coming soon) is also hurting in the mounting department too. It does have good pricing though.
04-20-11, 01:08 AM #4
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04-20-11, 02:03 AM #6
Great honest review!
I really like the look of the cooler though especially with the chrome fans, definitely seems like a good budget cooler.i5 2500k @ 4.8 gHz. 1.3v..................Q9650 @ 4.0 gHz.
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04-20-11, 08:52 AM #8
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