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NZXT isn’t the only company branching into CPU coolers. EVGA—better known for videocards and motherboards—recently released its Superclock cooler, with five direct-contact copper heat pipes, one clear 12cm fan with red LEDs, and a sharp-looking black finish to its skyscraper-style copper cooling fin stack. The Superclock rises to just less than 6 inches high, a little over 5.25 inches wide, and (with the fan attached), more than 3 inches deep. The black-plated copper fins are crimped down at the ends and around a hole in the center, channeling airflow only to the areas of the fins near the heat pipes. Like most coolers these days, the Superclock’s mounting system uses a universal backplate with tall, threaded posts. Four metal nuts are used as spacers behind the motherboard, and four in front of it. The Superclock’s top mounting bracket is preinstalled around the heat exchanger and is secured with six spring screws—one at each corner and two holding the center pressure bar against the back of the heat exchanger. The 12cm fan is held with wire clips, which attach to the heatsink and clip to the fan (instead of the other way around).
By HotHardware, published 28-05-2013
We’re only a few days removed from the launch of the new GeForce GTX 780 and one of NVIDIA’s key add-in board partners is already set to release a custom version of the card with higher clock speeds and enhanced cooling. The EVGA GeForce GTX 780 SuperClocked Edition with ACX cooling we’ll be showing you here today, takes...
By TechwareLabs, published 23-04-2013
By TechwareLabs, published 22-04-2013
By HotHardware, published 18-05-2012
There are reports in several corners of the Web claiming EVGA is recalling, or partially recalling, its GeForce GTX 670 Superclock graphics card, and while it's true the videocard maker discovered a problem with some early run silicon, EVGA Product Manager Jacob Freeman released a statement clarifying the issue. "Thank you for your patience...
By HotHardware, published 27-03-2012
The usual suspects rolled out their own branded versions of the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 graphics card last week, including EVGA. Today, EVGA announced a pair of overclocked graphics cards that take the performance afforded by the GTX 680 a step further. The EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Superclocked boasts a boost clock of 1113MHz, base clock of...