EVGA presents Superclock CPU cooler
Press release: This product was built to perform with five 8mm heatpipes, direct-touch base technology, wind tunnel fin design and more
Introducing the latest entry into the award winning EVGA enthusiast product lineup; the EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler. This product was built to perform with five 8mm heatpipes that are arranged to receive the maximum airflow, direct-touch base technology providing excellent thermal transfer, wind tunnel fin design for optimal air-flow and more.
- Intel Socket 775, 1155.1156,1366
- AMD Socket 754, 939, 940, F, AM2, AM3
The center section of the fins form an enclosure in front of the fan hub where air flow is at its lowest, and the edges of the fins are closed. This creates two wind tunnels that maximize airflow around the heat-pipes. The hottest-heat pipes are arranged to receive the maximum amount of air-flow for optimal thermal transfer.
- Fin material: Aluminum
- Heatpipes: five 8mm Copper
- Direct touch base technology
- Height: 6.0in/152mm
- Width: 5.3in/135mm
- Depth: 3.6in/91mm
- Weight: 1.14lbs-0.51kg
And of course, the full sleek black look and PWM controlled red LED fan are the perfect match for any EVGA gaming rig!
- Size: 120x120x25mm
- Fan control: via motherboard PWM
- Fan voltage: 12V
- Max current: 0.32A
- Noise range: 13.2-41.5 dBA
- Speed range: 750-2500 RPM +/- 250RPM
- Airflow range: 26-84 CFM
- Bearing: Hydraumatic
- Life: 30000 Hours
EVGA Superclock CPU cooler MSRP — $49.99.
Isn’t this this cooler a re-badged Swiftech Polaris 120 cooler?
Everything about this cooler appears to be exactly the same as the Swiftech Polaris 120 if you check their website.
If you look at EVGA offerings, especially connected with watercooling, you will notice the company often uses Swiftech products, for example, fullcover waterblocks for graphics cards. So it is not surprise to see Swiftech Polaris 120 selling under EVGA brand.