Specifications, Availability and Pricing
Evercool ships the Transformer 4 with 51 fins surrounding four, 8mm diameter heatpipes. These heatpipes make direct contact with the IHS of the processor and are held in place with an aluminum heatpipe spacer/base plate. The Transformer 4 is shipped with two, silver, 1000 RPM fans that are rated to run at less than 21dBA. Fans included, the Transformer 4 weighs in at 843.5 grams. As you can see there is quite a lot of compatibility with this cooler. The transformer 4 is designed to work on socket 939 and newer AMDs as well as LGA775 and newer on the Intel side.
At this time, the Transformer 4 is not on retail shelves. I asked Evercool directly about their projected release date and was given this reply. "Transformer 4 is already launched in the retail market". Searching through Google I was unable to find anything more than just various news postings on different sites about the Transformer 4's public release. I have yet to even find a full review on the product.
With the cooler not being on any shelves at this point, I really can't price shop it to find a good deal on the cooler. Never fear though, once again I asked Evercool for the MSRP and here is what I received in return. "I'm sorry that I cannot provide the retail price for you. Because different customers have different situations and orders, we provide different price levels to customers then." That being said, it still leaves the readers in the dark and Google shopping is of no help in pricing as all links to sales go to the Evercool Transformer, as far as the US market is concerned.
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- Page 2 [Specifications, Availability and Pricing]
- Page 3 [Packaging]
- Page 4 [The Evercool Transformer 4 CPU Cooler]
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