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    Talking EVGA Enters The CPU Cooling Market w/ EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler!

    EVGA has entered the enthusiast cooling market with a HSF called the EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler. This product was built to perform better than stock cooling thanks to five 8mm heatpipes that are arranged to receive the maximum airflow, direct-touch base technology providing excellent thermal transfer, wind tunnel fin design for optimal air-flow and more. We hope to get one of these coolers in to see how it performs.





    EVGA also made a video for the new CPU cooler that you can take a look at below.


    http://www.youtube.com/embed/fKBx_ESo6zw
    EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler Specifications

    • Part Number: M020-00-000234
    • Intel CPU Compatibility: Socket 775, 1155, 1156, 1366
    • AMD CPU Compatibility: Socket 754, 939, 940, F, AM2, AM3
    • Fan Size: 120 x 120 x 25mm
    • Fan Speed: 750 - 2500 RPM
    • Fan Airflow: 26 - 84 CFM
    • Heat Pipes: 5 x 8mm Direct Touch
    • Fins: Aluminum / Wind Flow
    Last edited by Frank3nst3in; May 24th, 2011 at 21:47.


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    Default Re: EVGA Enters The CPU Cooling Market w/ EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler!

    Awesome! Any review link? :/

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    Default Re: EVGA Enters The CPU Cooling Market w/ EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler!

    awesome from u Frank thnx for this news,
    BTW EVGA aikhaneo superclock use korche :O, overclock korbo kare, cooler-re

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    Default Re: EVGA Enters The CPU Cooling Market w/ EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler!

    lol nice....Blue LED fan dito .....

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    Default Re: EVGA Enters The CPU Cooling Market w/ EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler!

    Doesn 't look all that gr8. And 2nd fan add korar option nai mone hocche.

    'Wind Tunnel Fin' ? ? ? Haire, marketting gimmicks ar koto prokar hoite pare?
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    Default Re: EVGA Enters The CPU Cooling Market w/ EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Awesome! Any review link? :/
    Sorry, ami ekhno paini.

    Quote Originally Posted by CODhunter View Post
    awesome from u Frank thnx for this news,
    BTW EVGA aikhaneo superclock use korche :O, overclock korbo kare, cooler-re
    Thanks and LOL


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    Default Re: EVGA Enters The CPU Cooling Market w/ EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    Doesn 't look all that gr8. And 2nd fan add korar option nai mone hocche.

    'Wind Tunnel Fin' ? ? ? Haire, marketting gimmicks ar koto prokar hoite pare?
    Not seems so impressive to me either but its only for $50, Ridwan vai. eita thik, around $50 diye eitar cheye CM 212+ tai better hobe.
    Introducing the latest entry into the award winning EVGA enthusiast product lineup; the EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler. This product was built to perform with 5 8mm heatpipes that are arranged to receive the maximum airflow, direct-touch base technology providing excellent thermal transfer, wind tunnel fin design for optimal air-flow and more.

    The center section of the fins form an enclosure in front of the fan hub where air flow is at its lowest, and the edges of the fins are closed. This creates two wind tunnels that maximize airflow around the heatpipes.

    And of course, the full sleek black look and PWM controlled red LED fan are the perfect match for any EVGA gaming rig!
    overall static pressure komiye /*asholei ?*/ r fin er 2 side bondho kore diye exhaust air direct cooler er pison dik diye ber kore ditese but sei jonne to 2nd fan ta ro essential howar kotha silo ! eitare nam dise wind tunnels.
    anyway, here are few more details ...

    dimensions(H x W x D): 152 x 135 x 91mm
    weight : 0.51kg
    fin material: Aluminum
    heatpipes: 8mm copper
    cooler base: direct heatpipe touch based

    Fan :
    size: 120x120x25mm
    fan controller: motherboard PWM
    noise range: 13.2-41.5 dBA
    RPM range: 750-2500RPM
    airflow: 26-84CFM
    hydraumatic bearing type
    life: 30,000 hours

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    Default Re: EVGA Enters The CPU Cooling Market w/ EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler!

    Quote Originally Posted by amateur_geek View Post
    Not seems so impressive to me either but its only for $50, Ridwan vai. eita thik, around $50 diye eitar cheye CM 212+ tai better hobe.
    overall static pressure komiye /*asholei ?*/ r fin er 2 side bondho kore diye exhaust air direct cooler er pison dik diye ber kore ditese but sei jonne to 2nd fan ta ro essential howar kotha silo ! eitare nam dise wind tunnels.
    anyway, here are few more details ...
    Mahfuz, nothing will beat the CNPS 10X Performa, let it be price or performance, within the $70/75 mark. This dirt cheap cooler has brought out the most +ve results in my bed. It is a better performer than the CNPS10X Extreme, Megahalem and the Frio, and is the least noisy of the bunch (compared with same fans). The less dense fin structure permits better airflow, less resistance and hence more heat removal from the pipes and less noise. The most noisy is the Frio. It has a lousy resonant noise. Cools well although and comes with 2 fans that have good airflow at only 4k BDT.


    The above observations are with moderately high airflow fans; with low noise/low airflow fans, or even without a fan nothing gets close to the Mega, in fact the Megas alone are even sufficient enough to cool a moderately overclocked processor without a fan !
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    Default Re: EVGA Enters The CPU Cooling Market w/ EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    Mahfuz, nothing will beat the CNPS 10X Performa, let it be price or performance, within the $70/75 mark. This dirt cheap cooler has brought out the most +ve results in my bed. It is a better performer than the CNPS10X Extreme, Megahalem and the Frio, and is the least noisy of the bunch (compared with same fans). The less dense fin structure permits better airflow, less resistance and hence more heat removal from the pipes and less noise. The most noisy is the Frio. It has a lousy resonant noise. Cools well although and comes with 2 fans that have good airflow at only 4k BDT.


    The above observations are with moderately high airflow fans; with low noise/low airflow fans, or even without a fan nothing gets close to the Mega, in fact the Megas alone are even sufficient enough to cool a moderately overclocked processor without a fan !
    another non mirror-like finishing cooler, huh? well, nope, i absolutely not underestimating but mirror-like finishing coolers should be theoretically perform better over only plain base type but again, Megahalem, CNPS 10X Performa these are all based on just plain base and perform like champ.
    btw, tmr current flagship cooler tahole CNPS 10X Performa. valo, valo... eita ki noctua NH-D14 er cheo better perform korlo?
    frior beparta amio onekgulo review e kheyal korsi, but price performance consider korle oi noise level ta tolerable mone hoy.
    koyekdin age @Arif69 vai bashay ashsilo, tokhon unake rig ta dekhanur shomoy hotat kore ki kheyal holo, oc kora oboshthatei fan sarai megahalem diye IBT test korlam. max temp silo thunderblade laganu oboshthay ja ashe tar cheye 4-5C beshi ! I just imagine, 2 ta high performance fan lagale megahalem kemon perform korbe ! After that, I just remembered these lines again which I have read before in some articles/ review ...
    Back in 2008 a group of very experienced engineers decided their current employer wasn't listen to them enough. They were so full of ideas and designs it was starting to get annoying making products that all look the same. Enough was enough, they packed their bags, emptied their office drawers and left, taking their ideas and designs with them. If ever Thermalright made a bad decision it had to letting these guys go.

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    Default Re: EVGA Enters The CPU Cooling Market w/ EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler!

    EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler Review

    Today, we are looking at the newest air CPU cooler offering from the folks at EVGA, the EVGA Superclock. The EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler is a 5 8mm heatpipe, direct touch CPU cooler with an interesting cooling fin arrangement. Join us as we see how the Superclock holds up on our Intel Core i7 test system as we compare it to more than a dozen of the latest coolers on the market today.

    Click on the link.

    ---------- Post added at 21:16 ---------- Previous post was at 21:11 ----------











    Whoa!!!
    Not that bad!!


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