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Evercool HPK-10025EA Heat-pipe Direct Touch - 4 Heat-pipe CPU Cooler with 100mm Fan

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EVERCOOL HPK-10025EA 100mm EL long life bearing (Life Expectancy at 25°C 50000HR) Intel Core i7 Heat Pipe CPU Cooler
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Evercool HPK-10025EA Heat-pipe Direct Touch - 4 Heat-pipe CPU Cooler with 100mm Fan
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 6.4/10
With 10 User Reviews

Review Date: 07/26/13
Excellent heat transferability and airflow, keeps a Core i7 two.66 GHz idling @ 34-38C & � RPM 1) Slightly protrusive heatpipes, as they rise up to the fins, but most MB interferences can be avoided by rotation. two) They went a bit excessing on the mounting braces, requiring you to use set screws on the bottom on the MB, but I suppose that was required for a tight compression for the heat sink. Only lost an Egg, due to the fact of slightly protrusive heatpipes & installation hassles, other than that; I'd no questions asked recommend this as a Core i7 heatsink.Case: ThermalTake VF1000BWSMotherboard: MSI X58M LGACPU: Core i7 two.66GHzPSU: Corsair CMPSU-520HXVideo: NVIDIA GTX 260RAM: Corsair XMS3 6GBCPU Heatsink: Evercool HPK-10025EASYS Fans: Vantec TF6025

Review Date: 05/09/13
Heatpipes make direct contact with CPU package. Fan is quiet. Unit is not too massive or heavy. Fan blows towards motherboard supplying secondary cooling for motherboard elements. Have to get rid of motherboard for installation. I employed mine with a Gigabyte EP43-UD3L motherboard in an old Antec SuperLanBoy case. It will only genuinely fit one way and you have to remount the fan on the sink shifted slightly towards the front of the case or it won't clear the rear case fan.

Review Date: 04/09/13
Compared to stock HS&F, it keeps the CPU a lot cooler. The fan volume is about the identical, but at a deeper tone that is a tiny less annoying. Because it's attached with screws from the other side of the motherboard, the cooler can't be jostled loose. Louder than any other after market cooler I have used. Simply because it's low and wide, I had to slightly bend the passive heatsink on the northbridge to make it fit. You have to get to the back of the motherboard to install. The stock HS&F on a Core 2 Duo I was donating to a charity wasn't making great contact with the CPU anymore and the temp was going up to 80C, just at idle. Following installing the HPK-1125EA, the CPU temp stays below 20C. I hope they can place it under a desk or some thing to retain the volume down.

Review Date: 12/16/12
Relatively inexpensive. Installed this in a Pc I built more than the weekend, with a core i7 930 and an ASRock X58 Extreme mobo. Temperature is consistently at 47-49. Although I hate to assessment this poorly not knowing whether one thing I did incorrectly is adversely affecting the efficiency, this thing does you no favors in creating positive you do it appropriate. As was noted in a prior review, the installation is a clumsy affair and demands the positioning of adhesive washers and 4 brass posts to screw into. NewEgg did an awesome job of obtaining this out in time to have it to me before the vacation weekend.

Review Date: 09/19/12
my stock i7-920 񡿖) was running at 54* idle temperature on stock cooling till i had it all of a sudden pop out of spot for the duration of a long trip. So i got this one particular due to the fact it has a back bracket which is attached by means of screws, thus impossible to pop out through traveling (on which i often take with me). I was pleased as my idle temperature dropped to in between 41-43* (difference of 11 to 13 degrees) and now it can never accidentally pop off. Installation, as other folks have said could be a problem, and its somewhat complicated to know just exactly how it will fit in your program until you take a appear. Also i was forced to take my motherboard out completely in order to attach the back bracket, as i had no other access. But a single good issue is that you can rotate it any direction to finest suit your layout. Mine has the heat-pipes side pointing toward the north bridge and doesnt block access to something. I am pleased general. Also note that the way this heatsink is designed, its possible to quickly eliminate the fan it comes with and install one with a much greater CFM rating for elevated cooling efficiency.

Review Date: 08/04/12
* Quiet fan. * Attachment by means of screws from back of motherboard, Must have board out for initial installation AND subsequent removal.* Short/Wide style - In 2 directions, the heat pipes rested on the voltage regulators of the Asus P5G41T-M motherboards I was working with prior to they turned upwards toward the fins, fully preventing the cooler from resting flat on the CPU heat spreader (approx 5mm gap at 1 end). In the other two directions, the fins of the sink prevented installation due to hitting the northbridge heat sink or memory modules. The voltage regulator interference situation really should have been a recognized dilemma prior to shipping the product. Stock intel coolers have reliefs cut into them around the base for a reason.By some miracle, no hardware was harmed in the creating of this review.

Review Date: 06/28/12
This heatsink's fan is quieter than my case fans moving air via my full size tower. Installation was less than five minutes. I am running an Intel 2.80 Ghz overclocked at three.four Ghz with no difficulty and the heat handling was fantastic it only reached 42C on over clocking. Ideal heatsink but I have purchsed. I do alot of gaming on this technique and even then it only observed it max out at 48C. Non that I was in a position to come across. I would suggest this to my good friends.

Review Date: 03/24/12
Moves a lot of air. Pretty darned quiet. Big. Partially blocks the slot for my sound card on my Asus Z8PE-D12 motherboard.Included screws don't truly reach all the way through the motherboard into the heatsink. When sc*ewed (The dumb newegg content material filter won't let me use that word) in tightly, they actually came flush with the other side of the motherboard and wouldn't screw into the heatsink. Spent a n hour digging via my enormous 'screw jug' and found some hex screws from an old Western Digital HD that did really fit. My plan is to purchase a second CPU for this motherboard. When I do, I'll move this heatsink over to the second CPU exactly where there is more area (it won't block other components) and purchase a different heatsink for the first CPU.

Review Date: 02/28/12
Cools nicely, excellent price Louder than I expected. Narrow range of RPMs. Immediately after reading the evaluations, I purchased this for my new develop - i7 950 3.06, Asus Sabretooth mobo in an Antec Nine Hundred Two case. It works properly (and fits), nevertheless, the fan is the loudest in the box, and that contains the 4 built-in fans in the case. It's also not adjustable (as far as I can tell), it essentially has two or 3 speeds, and even the "idle" speed is quite loud. I wouldn't mind so significantly if all I did was gaming - with my headphones on, it's fine. But if I'm editing video or recording music, then the noise is not only distracting, but really a problem.Going to replace it with a single that is especially created to be quiet, and enables far more control over the speed of the fan.

Review Date: 01/21/12
A lot much easier to install than the pushpin coolers. Gives far better cooling than stock cooler. At first boot of an i7 920 @ 2.66, RealTemp was showing around ㅖ degrees. Immediately after about 8 hours on performing an OS install of 7, installing programs, and some video encoding with ffmpeg/vdub, it stabilized in the lower-mid 40s for all four cores. Even though I was employing IC Diamond for my paste, and this was on a testbench outside of a case with no fans, so your outcomes may well be diverse a bit, but I can tell you that this cooler gave me better temps than the stock Intel a single (which was so challenging for me to get on any longer due to two possibly defective pushpin legs -- hence the cause for this purchase). They throw in a small bottle of their own stuff and I'm certain it performs adequately if the cooler itself is any indication. This is one of the least expensive i7 coolers you can get. ALL you require to install it is just a tiny screw driver and some patience. Took me maybe 20 minutes and I'm overly careful. ş: Instructions a tiny poorly worded. They suggest you initially put the cooler onto the cpu and then flip the MB on its back to screw it down, but it's most likely I would slide the cooler along the way carrying out that. I discovered it a lot more plausible to lay the cooler upside down 1st, and then lay the MB down against it so that the holes line up and then I can immediatley screw them down. Š: You have to use these black adhesive washers -- it wouldn't be so bad except that you have to stick them onto the bottom of the MB. In my case I have a limited edition 759 Classified, so I wasn't actually happy about placing adhesive washers on to my board. Hopefully it won't leave any residue when I take it off soon after I'm accomplished in a couple weeks. Nevertheless, it's on the bottom of the board, so it's not going to be a Large deal or something for most persons and I'm certain I'll get more than it...eventually. Fan noise is a bit louder than a Scythe S FLEX 1600 RPM which I had on a Accurate (this in fact performs quite comparable to that setup at stock 2.66). The low profile compared to the Accurate is appreciated. I only purchased this for temporary use whilst I wait for my case to arrive and appear into finding into liquid cooling. I'm not sure how much of an OC you can achieve with this but I'm giving this 4 stars since it is exactly what I was looking for: no annoying pushpin install style, solid performance.
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Product Specifications

Type: Fan & Heatsinks
RPM: 180015% RPM
Air Flow: 62.11 CFM
Noise Level: <23 dBA
Heatsink Material: 4 Heatpipes + Al Fin + H.D.T. Core
Compatibility: Pentium 4 Socket T 505~571/620~672 Pentium D Socket T 805~840/915~960 Pentium 4 Processor Extreme Edition Socket T 3.73G Core 2 Duo Processor Socket T E4300~E8600 Core 2 Extreme Processor Socket T QX6700~QX9650 Core 2 Quad Processor Socket Q6600~Q9550 Core i7 Processor I7-920~940 Core i7 Processor Extreme Edition I7-965
Fan Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 25 mm
Heatsink Dimensions: 100 x 114 x 40 mm
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