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PC COOLING

Evercool Nighthawk VC-F117
By: Alex G
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    2005-08-23

    Table of Contents:
  • Evercool Nighthawk VC-F117
  • The Sleek Stealth Design
  • Packaging and Contents
  • The Old Heatsink
  • Out With the Old and In With the New
  • Testing: P4 478 vs VC F117
  • The Appearance
  • Conclusion

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    There are so many VGA coolers for sale everywhere, from tiny little heatsinks suitable for GPUs to flashing monstrosities that encase new video cards, which sport more pipes than the water supply system in your basement. Today, we have a very sleek and attractive cooling system from Evercool designed to look like a Stealth plane.

    When you invest in a video card for your custom PC these days, almost every time you will have to go and drop another 50 to 70 green ones on an aftermarket heastsink. That slab of copper is usually  going to help you overclock your card higher and get better FPS when playing games, thus making you the coolest guy (or gal) on the block.

    Then you have to ask yourself the question: now that I have a cool PC case with a side window and a bunch of other little tweaks, my new video card is here, but how is it going to look with my new heatsink. After all, you did not get that PC case with a clear window for nothing. It is there for everyone to recognize your “coolness” by the amount of “shiny bling” and blinking LEDs.

    Today we have  a product that is trying to accomodate you in a way that should satisfy your high standards of looks and performance, a VGA cooler from Evercool. The Evercool VC-F117 is boasted to be compatible with most all video cards.

    When first I heard that we are going to get a VGA cooler from Evercool, I was worried that (like most other products by them) it will be a solid, bulky, not-too-attractive piece that performs decently, but is too big or not pretty enough.

    This time around, however, the unit was actually designed to look like it belongs in a modded case.

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