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Wednesday, 25 May 2011 09:11

EVGA rolls out its first CPU cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic
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EVGA Superclock
Quite well known for its graphics card and motherboard business, EVGA has now announced its first CPU cooler, the EVGA Superclock.

Based on the tower design the new EVGA Superclock supports all the latest Intel and AMD sockets and CPUs and features five black-painted copper heatpipes that are actually the base of the cooler as it is based on direct-touch technology. The all black aluminum heatsink is cooled by a 120mm red LED fan spinning from 750 to 2500 RPM.

We aren't sure how well will this one sell but we are pretty sure that we'll see it bundled with some of the future motherboards. The EVGA Superclock can be found here with a US $49.99 price tag.

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Slobodan Simic

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-8 #1 leftiszi 2011-05-25 10:00
Will it be compatible with AMD cpus? :D

Will it even spin up if an AMD gpu is on the system? :D :D
 
 
-11 #2 bro_fist 2011-05-25 10:42
Quoting leftiszi:
Will it be compatible with AMD cpus? :D

Will it even spin up if an AMD gpu is on the system? :D :D


Are you blind?

754, 939, 940, F, AM2, AM3.
 
 
+7 #3 Sodomy 2011-05-25 14:02
okay, the first post is clearly a joke, people that down voted that need to re-do their engrish comprehension.

Also, same deal with the 2nd poster, op was clearly making a joke.
 
 
+5 #4 Bl0bb3r 2011-05-25 14:30
A graphics guru is expanding the other way... that's a bad sign. One that points out how bad nvidia is doing, no one likes thin margins to stay competitive with empty bank accounts. So much for exclusivity, I pity EVGA for the effort.
 
 
+3 #5 Tasty Taste 2011-05-25 17:38
Quoting Bl0bb3r:
A graphics guru is expanding the other way... that's a bad sign. One that points out how bad nvidia is doing, no one likes thin margins to stay competitive with empty bank accounts. So much for exclusivity, I pity EVGA for the effort.


i pity you for making that comment. Asus makes a lot of different products, would you look down on them the same way you do at EVGA? i think not. You cant blame a company for branching out to make more business
 
 
+2 #6 FSDetaineD 2011-05-25 19:57
It's a painted Swiftech Polaris 120. Not surprising that they didnt design their own, as they rarely design a custom cooler for their main business of graphics cards.

I do have to give them credit for going the black/red route as too few companies do. Too much blue.
 
 
0 #7 Bl0bb3r 2011-05-25 20:35
Quoting Tasty Taste:
i pity you for making that comment. Asus *blahhhhhh*



I pity you, not as much as Evga, but still, for using Asus as an argument. Their products and professionalism has gone down the drain recently and their secondary products are laughable at best.

And no, I'm not looking down on any of them, see it as a shame they had to go this low to remain competitive. I'm sure EVGA could have come up with better, unique products than just another tower cooler.
 
 
0 #8 NidStyles 2011-05-26 03:20
So are you going to back up your claim's with something like, you know those fact thing's?

They netted $137 Million in Q1 2011. That's pretty good for a niche market.

You fanboy's that have no realistic idea of how market's actually work are quite ridiculous in your commentary.ne.
 
 
-1 #9 Bl0bb3r 2011-05-26 23:12
EVGA is a private company, there's no public data about what they make beside the one they make up.
 
 
+1 #10 NidStyles 2011-05-26 23:47
Quoting Bl0bb3r:
EVGA is a private company, there's no public data about what they make beside the one they make up.


Hey genius. Tax records of Corporation's are public information, that's part of of the charter contract law's. No matter if they are Publicly listed, or Incorporated their revenues can be discovered by their tax releases.

Like I said before, you guy's don't even understand how markets actually work. Most of you are embolden Socialist's. I've been around this community long enough to know the level of knowledge.
 

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