Silent Shark CPU Cooler from Evercool Now Out

It has a dual-tower, dual-fan construction with six heatpipes

By on November 3rd, 2012 11:30 GMT

Evercool managed to give an unusual spin even to the fairly normal dual-tower design of CPU coolers.

Yes, the Silent Shark CPU cooler (HPO 12025) has two aluminum fin arrays that stay upright on the motherboard, and yes, there are two fans.

The odd part is that, while one fan sits on the outside of the cooler, the other one is between the fin towers.

What's more, the external fan can be pulled away, at an angle of up to 30 degrees.

That said, Silent Shark uses six 6mm copper heatpipes to keep the heatsinks in place, and to take the heat from the base plate to them. Coupled with the V shape of the fins, the cooler should be able to dissipate heat of up to 250W.

Evercool didn't give a price for the Silent Shark CPU cooler, but it did post the product page.

Evercool Silent Shark CPU cooler (5 Images)

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