Low-End CPU Cooler Released by Evercool, Has Direct-Touch Heatpipes

It is still a moderately powerful tower model even if it is made to be cheap

By on March 15th, 2013 14:27 GMT

Normally, direct-touch copper heatpipes are the sort of technology that only high-end cooling products bother incorporating.

That is why Evercool's new cooler is so unusual: it has such 6mm heatpipes even though it is an entry-level model.

On the other hand, there are only two heatpipes, as opposed to four or six on high-end coolers.

That said, the newcomer, called HPR 9225EA, has a stack of 43 aluminum fins, measures 97 x 73 x 118 mm (3.81 x 2.87 x 4.64) and weighs 400 grams (0.88 pounds).

It uses a 92mm fan (2,200 RPM, 35.6 CFM air flow) and has a noise output of 26.3 dBA.

Intel LGA 1151, 1150 and 775 are supported, along with AMD AM3+/AM3/AM2+ and FM2/FM1.

Sadly, the price of the Evercool HPR 9225EA is still unknown at this time.

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