This week Dev Hardware had the opportunity to review a unique new cooling product from Evercool, the Personal Computer's Air Conditioner (PCAC). The PCAC is variable turbine fan assembly, moving up to 100 cubic feet of air per minute. The PCAC is actually an exhaust fan, intended to push air out of your case, through a 5.25" bay where the device is mounted. There has been very little coverage of this product since its January release, so I am excited to see if this unique design has what it takes to find a niche in the enthusiast cooling market.
Evercool Co., Ltd. is a worldwide supplier of industrial, telecommunications, and PC cooling products. Headquartered in Taiwan, Evercool has their own manufacturing plant in Guang Dong, China, with approximately 700-800 employees. Founded in 1994, Evercool is enjoying their tenth successful year of producing CPU coolers, DC fans, heatsinks, hard disk coolers, and system blowers for global corporations such as Hewlett-Packard, Acer, and FIC, as well as numerous smaller distributors around the world. Producing around two and a half million units per month, they are a significant name in electronics cooling. Overview
Product: Personal Computer's Air Conditioner PCAC Company: Evercool Co., Ltd. MSRP: Unknown Features:
Turbine lateral cross-flow fan design
Up to 100 CFM air flow volume
Fits in 5.25" drive bay
Dual ball bearing
easily adjustable air flow
The PCAC comes in a decent-looking package with a picture of the unit on the front.
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