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Evercool Cross Flow System Cooler Review
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Written by David Bremer   
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Ever wonder what to do with those unused 5.25 slots in your case? Add another DVD drive? Maybe a removable HDD carrier? Well Evercool has provided us with another innovative system cooler that helps make that decision easier. The Evercool Cross Flow System Cooler! We are always looking for ways to increase the cooling capacity of our cases. Heat Kills! The Evercool Cross Flow System Cooler is another weapon in the ever increasing arsenal against heat. Evercool says this little un-obtrusive device packs a massive amount of air flow. Lets check it out!

 

Provided by: Evercool  
Price: $14.99 Newegg

Closer Look

 

Our first view of the Evercool Cross Flow System Cooler shows us a minimal plastic package and a good view of the cooler.  You can see the turbine style fan through the smoked housing and some of the features on the package.

In this picture you can easily see the wide opening for air intake and the speed control knob.  Yes, speed control.  Don’t need a lot of cooling? Turn down the speed and reduce the noise.  Heavy gaming? Ramp up the speed for maximum air flow.  At 3000rpm that squirrel cage will move a lot of air.

A front view of the Evercool Cross Flow System Cooler shows the turbine blades and the speed control knob.  The smoke colored housing will be a match for most system cases.

Here is a rear view of the Evercool Cross Flow System Cooler.  The many vanes on the turbine are said to move air at 100CFM.

Enough pictures, lets see the specs.




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