• Evercool 92mm Rifling Fan
  • Evercool 92mm Rifling Fan

    Author: Andrew
    Published: June 10th, 2009 7:47 PM
    Category: Cooling,Reviews
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Introduction

Evercool are a very large manufacturer for cooling products. Unfortunately though, Tech-Reviews is still unfamiliar with them and so, our expectations are a bit mixed. But by priding themselves as one of the top 5 cooling manufacturers in Taiwan, our expectations from their products are certainly high. Let’s see if the Evercool Rifling Fan proves itself worthy.

About Evercool

Evercool is the top 5 cooling fan manufacturer in Taiwan, we specialized in pc thermal solutions, especially in the CPU cooling field. Evercool provides the very best products of the highest quality which are cost effective and incorporate the latest in technology and technical design and as always backed by first class service and support.

Specifications

DC Fan Dimension 80 x 80 x 25 mm
Material Plastic
Colour Metal Black
Bearing Type Ever Lubricate bearing (Long life bearing)
Airflow 24.4 CFM
Fan Speed 1500±10% RPM
Noise <17 dBA
Rated Voltage 12 VDC
Weight 80g

Features

  • The unique RIFLING fan design increases airflow, with a compact 80mm frame housing 92mm fan blades.
  • At just 17dba the RIFLING fan maximises heat dissipation without increasing volume.
  • Compatible with 80mm fan positions.

The Package

The rifling arrived in a vacuum formed plastic packet with a cardboard insert with the specifications and features outlined on it. The insert is quite well laid out and is easy to read and looks quite attractive too. Instead of “bullet points” they actually are “bullet points”, which look like little bullets…wonderful.

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