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Evercool Unveils the Silent Shark CPU Cooler

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    EVERCOOL introduces a Silent Shark CPU cooler (HPO 12025), a new twin tower thermal radiator design uses latest exclusive Silent Shark Fan with six 6 mm-heat pipes. With demands for cooling efficiency, EVERCOOL brand new Silent Shark CPU cooler creates the ultimate cooling performance, combination of innovative technology shark fins design, specifications have better heat-distribution and outstanding silent sense. The twin tower like a giant provides adequate cooling.

    Evercool SSF-12/Silent Fan setup

    In order to achieve a perfect balance of performance and quietness, Silent Shark CPU cooler (HPO 12025) supports a premium quality dual fan setup consisting of one the latest EVERCOOL SSF-12 (120 mm) and one Silent Fan. With sawtooth-shaped vanes SSF-12 creates high air pressure to achieve great cooling performance. Shark gills-shaped wind guides generate outstanding vortex airflow, and reduce the internal air pressure to reduce the noise. The special fan design provides optimized airflow to enhance heat dissipation effect. Combining a massive six heatpipe dual radiator design with an exquisite SSF-12/ Silent Fan dual fan configuration, Silent Shark CPU cooler is an elite choice for the high demands in ultra quality quiet cooling.

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    Twin Tower Design

    The Silent Shark CPU cooler (HPO 12025) six 6Φ heatpipe dual radiator design was designed to provide culminating quite cooling performance. Twin tower designed enhances the speed of heat dissipation. Collaborates with the special shape fin and two sets of V shape aluminum fin that can rapidly take the heat away. The design of the six heat pipes giant provides adequate cooling which enhance heat dissipation effect up to 250W.

    Significantly on a covered design

    By changing cover installation position, HPO-12025 enhances the motherboard component cooling performance. Choose the airflow direction by rotating cover. Additionally Silent Shark CPU cooler (HPO-12025), which two functions for silent / overclocking speed control make it convenient and affordable for users flexible using. Whole new clip combination generates great installation stability.

    Enthusiasts with EVERCOOL Silent Shark CPU cooler (HPO 12025) can achieve maximum cooling while maintaining quiet performance.

    For more details, please visit the website for Silent Shark CPU cooler:
    http://www.evercool.com.tw/categories/global/cooler/cpucooler/intel/2011/hpo-12025/silentshark.php
     
  2. FreedomEclipse

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    GIMMICK.

    So they have a fan that can be angled 30'? the fan should be mounted directly onto the CPU cooler. its not a case fan, its a CPU fan and a CPU fans job is to push the air over the fins of the cooler. Cooling other components while its cooling the CPU should come second.

    On a second note, this would make life a little easier for those with high profile ram.
     
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    Seems like a solid offering.
     
  4. eidairaman1

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    another IFX_14 knock off
     
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    Well to be fair the IFX-14 has four 8mm Heatpipes. It appears that this cooler has six 6mm heatpipes.
     
  6. Svarog

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    Ever since that NH-D14 people been trying to improve. Noctua will be rolling out the succesor of the NH-D14 somewhere this year.
     

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