Small and inexpensive but still powerful, Evercool's Venti HPQ-12025

Subject: Cases and Cooling | May 6, 2013 - 06:49 PM |
Tagged: evercool, Venti HPQ-12025

If you need an inexpensive and relatively small heatsink then FrostyTech has a review you should check out.  At a mere 125x68x160mm and 588g the Evercool Venti HPQ-12025 is tiny compared to many on the market and at $30 it is significantly less expensive than larger competitors.  With that small footprint you could be forgiven for thinking that performance would suffer but FrostyTech's testing shows it to be a solid midrange performer and still reasonably efficient when running the fan at its lowest speed.


"Airflow is driven by a single 120mm PWM fan whose snow white 7-bladed impeller rotates at your basic 2200RPM to 800RPM. Noise output is moderate. Because computer enthusiasts tend to be picky bunch, Evercool have tossed in one extra set of wire fan clips."

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Source: FrostyTech

Evercool's third transform is perfect for a mid range or smaller sized system

Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 6, 2011 - 05:56 PM |
Tagged: evercool, transformer 3

At 630g and standing only 160mm tall the Evercool Transformer 3 almost seems tiny compared to many of the other CPU heatsinks currently on the market for enthusiasts.  That holds true for the heatpipes as well, as they are smaller than the 8mm diameter that is becoming more common.  Frosty Tech's testing bore that out, while an improvement on previous models it is not able to keep up with the big boys.  If all you need is solid mid-range cooler though, this review is worth inspecting.


"In this review Frostytech will be putting the Evercool Transformer 3 heatsink through its paces. The Transformer 3 is a tower-style heatsink which stands exactly 160mm tall. The cooler comes with a single 120mm PWM fan that operates at speeds of 2200RPM to 800RPM, though a second fan can added to the rear if desired. Four white vibration absorbing rubber posts are used to reduce vibrations from the fan motor to the heatsink, extra fan posts are supplied. The heatsink stands 160mm tall, is 130mm wide and 78mm deep with the single fan."

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Source: Frosty Tech