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Evercool Neon Crab
By: Cyd
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    Table of Contents:
  • Evercool Neon Crab
  • Unpacking and Accessories
  • Installing the Crab
  • Testing Temperatures
  • Testing Game Temperatures and Results

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    Evercool Neon Crab

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    Memory modules have not only increased their speed over the last few years, but also their temperatures. Today we take a look at a way to keep you memory sticks cool and look cool at the same time, with Evercool's Neon Crab.

    Evercool is, as their name suggests, a company that deals primarily in cooling products for PCs. Known mostly for their various CPU coolers, today we have an example of one of their other coolers, the Neon Crab. The Evercool Neon Crab is a memory module cooler with a twist. Before I get to that twist though take a look below to see the manufacturer's specifications on this product.

    Overall Dimension:

    160x45x50 mm

    DC Fan Size : 40x40x10 x 2mm
    Base Material : Plastic
    Bearing Type : Ever Lubricate bearing type (Long life bearing)
    Speed : 450010% RPM
    Noise Level : < 20 dBA
    Rated Voltage : 12 V
    Weight :


    Let's start off by taking a look at the packaging.

    Nothing too out of the ordinary here. It doesn't look like there's anything loose and bouncing around that might get broken so no complaints in this department. The back has the specifications I listed on the previous page as well as a short list of features. One of the features listed says, "Not only cooling the RAM modules, also for other components." I'm a bit confused about this as the instructions don't mention a way to attach it to anything besides the RAM and I don't really see a way to do so. Not that this really takes away from the product, because chances are if you're buying it you'll be trying to cool your RAM and not something else.

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