Evercool has been in the business of producing cooling components for some time, but have never tried to hit it big in the End User arena... until now. Come join Mike "Darthtanion" Wright as he takes a look at three sinks from Evercool and lets you know whether they have what it takes to be contenders. Being very inexpensive coolers, we'll look to see if the Price vs. Performance ratio makes them worthy to reside within your rig.
IntroductionEvercool Thermal Corporation was established in 1994, and they manufacture and market cooling devices for computer systems. They specialize in CPU coolers, DC fans, heatsinks, hard drive coolers, and system blowers. Though they haven't been a name in the heatsink market, they are putting more emphasis now on sales to OEM and End Users.Now that we're up to date on who Evercool is, its time to take a gander at a few items that they have available; namely, three heatsinks designed for our precious Thunderbird processors. These coolers will work on Socket 370 Pentium III processors as well, but to see how good they can really do their jobs, we've installed them onto a hot little T-Bird.So, does Evercool have what it takes to meet the competition on their ground? Let's see...
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