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Cooling Off with Evercool
By: Tekime
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    Table of Contents:
  • Cooling Off with Evercool
  • The Personal Computerís Air Conditioner (PCAC)
  • Magic Cooler
  • K8L-710CA Socket 940 1U Heatsink and Fan Combo
  • SCP Fan Speed Control Panel

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    Cooling Off with Evercool - Magic Cooler

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    EvercoolThe Magic Cooler is a CPU heatsink/fan combination designed for AMD K7, K8, Intel Pentium II, and Pentium 4. No wonder itís called the Magic Cooler! Evercool includes retention kits for AMD K8 processors, and clips for AMD K7, Intel Pentium III, and Pentium 4 processors.

    This heatsink is clearly targeted at the enthusiast crowd, with a purple tinted heatsink and translucent blue fan. The adequate noise levels, reasonable performance, and especially the versatility, make the Magic Cooler an attractive item for cooling off that CPU.

    The Magic Cooler is rated to handle any K8 or Pentium III Socket 370 CPU available now, as well as AMD K7 processors up to the Athlon XP 3200+, and Pentium 4 up to 3.2GHz.

    Magic Cooler Specifications

    • Heatsink: 84x74x42 mm
    • Fan: 70X70X15 mm
    • Fan Speed: 3500RPM
    • Power Consumption: 2.16W
    • Current: 0.18 A
    • Air Flow: 27.96 CFM
    • Weight: 325g

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