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Evercool Announces HPR 9225EA CPU Cooler

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  1. btarunr

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    Evercool announced the HPR 9225EA entry-level tower-type CPU cooler. It uses a stack of 43 aluminium fins, to which heat is conveyed by two 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes, which make direct contact with the CPU at the base. The stack is ventilated by a 92 mm fan that spins at speeds up to 2,200 RPM, pushing 35.6 CFM of air, with 26.3 dBA noise output. Measuring 97 x 73 x 118 mm (WxDxH), the cooler weighs about 400 g. It supports most modern CPU socket types, with the exception of LGA2011. Among the socket types supported are LGA115x, LGA775, AM3+/AM3/AM2+, and FM2/FM1. The company did not give out pricing information.

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    has to be very cheap.
     
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    It's probably efficient for only two heat pipes but it won't be very practical unless it equals the Hyper 212/EVO and cost ~$25.
     
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    Simple and efficient.
     
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    jesus christ and freaken direct contact heatpipes. the only thing i see them good for is potentially causing issues with delidded cpu's.

    this one's base looks quite nice though, no gaps
     
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    it will never equal the quad heatpipe hyper 212.
    this will be competing with the TX3 i suppose.
     
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    Which is the best damn heatpipe sink I've ever come across, for the price.
     
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    looks like a cheap knockoff of a Hyper 101 with a bigger fan to me....
     
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    Hold your horses!

    Is that a ZALMAN mounting mechanism? (7000V\CNPS5X\8000T)
     

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