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Evercool Transformer 4 CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Coelho 26,408 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: July 20, 2011
Page: 3 of 8
The Evercool Transformer 4 (Cont’d)
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Figure 8 shows the base of the cooler. The four 8 mm heatpipes touch the CPU directly, and there is a gap between them. The finishing is not mirrored.



Evercool Transformer 4
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Figure 8: Base

It is necessary to remove the fans before installing the Transformer 4. In Figure 9, you can see the heatsink without the fans.

Evercool Transformer 4
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Figure 9: Heatsink

The 120 mm fans are shown in Figure 10. Both them have four-pin connectors, thus supporting PWM speed control.

Evercool Transformer 4
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Figure 10: Fans

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