The Evercool Transformer 3

In Figure 4, you have a front view of the heatsink. Note that the heatpipes are not in a straight row, allowing all of them (not only the first one) to receive direct airflow.

Evercool Transformer 3Figure 4: Front view

Figure 5 shows the side of the heatsink. Here you can see the three heatpipes. Notice that part of the heatsink side is closed.

Evercool Transformer 3Figure 5: Side view

In Figure 6 there is the top of the cooler, where the heatpipes’ disposition is clear.

Evercool Transformer 3Figure 6: Top view

Figure 7 exhibits the base of the cooler, which is finely polished, achieving a mirror-like appearance.

Evercool Transformer 3Figure 7: Base

The fan is shown in Figure 8. It is made of plastic, but has a shiny metal look. The connector has four pins, which means this fan is PWM-compatible.

Evercool Transformer 3Figure 8: Fan


Rafael Otto Coelho is a physicist with a master’s degree in Education, and is a college professor in Brazil.