We recently had an Evercool HSF Shootout and discovered a company that was trying to make a name for themselves in the high-end cooler sector. Being established in 1994, they aren't what would be considered a NEW company, but they haven't gone full force into the processor cooling wars until recently.
Which brings us to today's review of the Evercool CUD-725CA heatsink. With so many sinks available for the hot Athlon line of processor, it is becoming a tough choice when it comes time to decide where to spend your money. So we'll poke and prod, test and abuse this heatsink to help you in your buying dilemma.
So without any further delay, lets see what makes this thing tick.
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