Thursday, September 9th 2010

Evercool Releases Cross Flow System Cooler to Market

EVERCOOL Thermal Corp., Ltd., one of the famous and professional cooler and fan brands in Taiwan. To be the solver to deal with the computer heat problem, EVERCOOL not only pays attention on computer cooling performance, but also keeps adding classic and aesthetic into product design to make the coolers have attractive appearance. In the end of 2009, EVERCOOL launched one cooler for system named “Cross Flow System Cooler”, which has a classic appearance.

Cross Flow System cooler is compatible with 5.25 Driver Bay. Its design is like a turbine to inhale outside air into case, and increases the air convection for effective heat dispersion. In addition, adjustable speed is a convenient design for users, they can adjust the wind speed by themselves, and the maximum of airflow is 100CFM. Moreover, the easy installation makes users install this cooler quickly and easily.

  • Fit for 5.25” Drive Bay and easy to install
  • Turbine lateral cross-flow fan design increases the air flow and takes the heat away efficiently.
  • Classical appearance design
  • Speed controller can control the fan speed, and the maximum speed is 100 CFM.
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37 Comments on Evercool Releases Cross Flow System Cooler to Market

#1
Kenshai
If it really moves that much air at that noise level then it is rather impressive.
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#2
Beertintedgoggles
by: Kenshai
If it really moves that much air at that noise level then it is rather impressive.
Agreed, plus for a fan unit in the 5.25" bay it doesn't look that bad.
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#3
Sasqui
Surprised we haven't seen more squirrel cage type fans for the PC. I'm a little dubious about the CFM claim for this.
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#4
scaminatrix
It looks a bit see through, like it's made from the lens of a pair of Aviator sunglasses; but I still like it.
If it matched my Evercool Armor I'd get one at least to test, but it doesn't look like they do any other colours :(
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#5
Arrakis+9
i might have to try one of these out. it would work perfect for blowing air over my internal rad but it might not fit behind the door of my case =S
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#6
mlee49
Any thought of a dual 5.25" bay design? That would really move some air.
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#7
LAN_deRf_HA
A couple of these popped up years ago with the exact same specs, honestly this is probably just a re-branding of that old product. I believe they didn't catch on because they sucked and didn't meet spec, either for airflow or noise... but I suppose that's true for most fans these days. It might have been a price problem too.

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This seems to be the exact same product available years ago. Looking at frozen cpu it has a review for it from 2006.
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#8
Mussels
Moderprator
i've seen these before years ago, they made sense with shite OEM cases that had no fans in that era.


despite claims of high airflow and low noise back then as well, they were noisy as hell and barely moved any air.
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#9
HossHuge
by: LAN_deRf_HA
A couple of these popped up years ago with the exact same specs, honestly this is probably just a re-branding of that old product. I believe they didn't catch on because they sucked and didn't meet spec, either for airflow or noise... but I suppose that's true for most fans these days. It might have been a price problem too.

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This seems to be the exact same product available years ago. Looking at frozen cpu it has a review for it from 2006.
I had one. (click here) Check the spec, and you can learn Chinese while doing it.

They are much louder than the 23dBA they say. But they do move a lot of air. This one is much better looking though.

by: mlee49
Any thought of a dual 5.25" bay design? That would really move some air.
That would work well.
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#10
overclocking101
they llok like the old CM ones that went with the stackers back in the day but those were for cooling the MB not the 5.25 bays
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#11
AndreiD
Looks like a toilet paper dispenser.
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#12
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
a potential problem i see with this.....no dust filter - a lot of cases these days come with with dust filters - adding this would void the advantage of having filters. and if this fan moves as much air as it claims to - there will be miniture arabs, camels roaming around sand dunes created by all the dust particles at the bottom of your case in no time
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Mussels
Moderprator
by: FreedomEclipse
a potential problem i see with this.....no dust filter - a lot of cases these days come with with dust filters - adding this would void the advantage of having filters. and if this fan moves as much air as it claims to - there will be miniture arabs, camels roaming around sand dunes created by all the dust particles at the bottom of your case in no time
its an exhaust, not an intake.
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#14
Kenshai
by: Mussels
its an exhaust, not an intake.
It's definitely an intake.
Cross Flow System cooler is compatible with 5.25 Driver Bay. Its design is like a turbine to inhale outside air into case, and increases the air convection for effective heat dispersion.
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Mussels
Moderprator
by: Kenshai
It's definitely an intake.
all the previous ones i've seen were exhausts, and they looked identical to this.


if this ones an intake, its gunna blow my mind... and eat small pets.
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#16
LAN_deRf_HA
I think there's always been a conflict on whether or not it intakes or exhausts, because it's a blower it does both. You'll feel air moving on your hand from either end. It just throws it all over.
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#17
Kenshai
by: LAN_deRf_HA
I think there's always been a conflict on whether or not it intakes or exhausts, because it's a blower it does both. You'll feel air moving on your hand from either end. It just throws it all over.
That's true.
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#18
Kitkat
silverstone has a couple of theese im not sure if they are still at newegg
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#19
AsRock
TPU addict
They used to have one on newegg some years ago( still might ).

Here's a link to this one
EVERCOOL PCAC 2 Case Fan

For $14 i would have to say either the CFM or the DB is BS. Like hell if it was really 100CFM and only 23db they be much more exspenive i would of thought.

Same thing ? SILVERSTONE RL-FX121 Case Fan But twice the price and only 14CFM.
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#20
Static~Charge
This fan wouldn't last for 5 minutes after my cat discovered it....
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#21
zads
Flow rate is almost certainly exaggerated..

Also for noise output:


So, you could measure the 'noise' of an Indycar engine at 23dB if you measured far enough away from it..
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#22
mlee49
by: zads
Flow rate is almost certainly exaggerated..

Also for noise output:
http://www.bksv.com/library/~/media/Images/Dictionary/Sound%20Fields%20jpg

So, you could measure the 'noise' of an Indycar engine at 23dB if you measured far enough away from it..
Thats true but do you know the standard measurement procedure?

I'm thinking it's a specific sound device at a specific length. For fans it should be less than 1m, ideally 6".
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#23
zads
by: mlee49
Thats true but do you know the standard measurement procedure?

I'm thinking it's a specific sound device at a specific length. For fans it should be less than 1m, ideally 6".
I know what it should be measured at, but the specs stated show nothing about measurement distance..
Which is why either the flow numbers, the sound numbers, or both, are BS..
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#24
cadaveca
My name is Dave
Barrel fans draw air in from one side. Most common use for them would be in furnaces(that I know of)...


Anyway, this fan is an exhaust. it will draw air in from the side opposite the motor, and this part is blocked from drawing air from outside the case.
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#25
erocker
One is on it's way to me right now. I'll let you all know how it is once I recieve it. ;)
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