Called Venti, it combined direct-contact heatpipes with a fin tower and fan
As far as coolers go, the new model from Evercool lies somewhere in the upper half in terms of quality, as it isn't too high-end but not low-end either.If nothing else, the use of direct-touch copper heatpipes makes sure the product classifies as a better-than-average cooling module.
Physically, the Evercool Venti, otherwise known as HPQ-12025, measures 125 x 68 x 160 mm (or 4.92 x 2.67 x 0.19 inches).
The four 6mm copper heatpipes lead the heat into the aluminum fin tower, where the airflow produced by a 120mm fan disperses it.
Speaking of which, the fan is an EL Bearing model with a rotary speed of 800 to 2,200 RPM (rotations per minute).
A second 120mm fan can be installed as well, although it shouldn't be necessary, plus it would add noise.
The Evercool Venti tower cooler is compatible with Intel LGA775/1366/1156/1155/2011 CPUs, as well as AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+ (probably) and FM1 processors from Advanced Micro Devices.
Sadly, the price has not been disclosed.