Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Superclock CPU, the first heatsink EVGA

EVGA, well-known brand of video cards and motherboards, has expanded its range of products for Personal Computers by presenting a heat sink dedicated to high-end CPU market. The heat sink is called Superclock CPU and is actually a "custom rebrand" the Polaris 120, a few months ago from Swiftech. Between the two companies in California there is a very strong working relationship, remember that Swiftech provides Waterblocks for the EVGA Hydro Copper-series video cards, and with this move, the home of Brea has to give more visibility to an absolutely valid in view the air-cooling and that has nothing to envy to the most noble competition.

The version sold by EVGA is distinguished by the color and all black for the transparent cooling fan with red LED illumination. The rest of the features are the same: "tower-like structure with an extensive range of shaped aluminum fins to increase the dissipation surface, crossed by five copper heatpipes diameter of 8mm.

The heatpipes are developed from the basis of contact with ' IHS of the CPU using the technology in direct HD T and end in the radiator with a special provision that ensures a fair distribution of heat. The heat is then disposed of by a 120mm fan that operates with variable speed: 750 ~ 2500RPM (13.2 ~ 41.5dBA).

The dimensions are 135mm x 152mm x 91mm and weighs 849g and is guaranteed to be compatible with AMD and Intel LGA 775/1155/1156/1366 754/939/940/F/AM2 (+) / AM3. "The price dell'EVGA Superclock CPU cooler is 49.99 U.S. Dollars.

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