Just a few months ago, consumer research firm Millward Brown released their listing of the most trusted and recommended brands in America. Naturally, the scope of the branding was wide, listing service providers, internet only companies as well as purveyors of physical articles. Not so surprisingly, one company actually took three of the top ten spots in the survey. This was Procter and Gamble, weighing in with household names (household items, as it turns out) Pampers, Downy and Tide. When you think about it, that is pretty diverse. Sure, Tide and Downy are laundry products, but diapers are about as far away from detergent as you can get. Don’t forget about the extensive list of other household items that P&G makes. Some companies just make a point of doing things right.
In the computer world, EVGA has been one of those companies, though on a much smaller scale. EVGA began in 1999, marketing nVidia reference cards, strictly for graphics. Naturally, through progression, EVGA began incorporating their own cooling and OC designs into the boards with great results. EVGA’s Superclock and FTW series boards are some of the most respected over the counter boards around. Later, EVGA expanded into the motherboard market, with similar results. EVGA’s Classified Series motherboards are in the absolute top tier of motherboards available on the market today. Now with the EVGA Superclock CPU cooler, EVGA looks to bring their rock solid reputation and commitment to excellence into the world of CPU cooling.
The EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler certainly has the specs to uphold the high standards EVGA has set. The EVGA Superclock CPU cooler is a 152mm tall tower cooler, featuring five direct contact 8mm heat pipes and 120mm high CFM fan capable of speeds from 700-2500rpm. To add a little eye candy, the fan is clear with red LED, while the Superclock CPU Cooler tower sports a glossy black finish with the white EVGA logo across the top. To aid in cooling, the EVGA Superclock CPU Cooler features a twin wind tunnel design that effectively forces more air over the heat pipes for better heat dissipation. Closed sides of the fin array further maximize cooling potential. The Superclock CPU Cooler is also very versatile with included mounts for Intel 775/1155/1156/1366 and AMD AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/754/939/940/F.