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EVERCOOL Venti CPU Cooler Review

Price: $29.99

EVERCOOL Venti CPU Cooler Introduction:

From its name, EVERCOOL, you can probably guess what types of products it makes – and you'd probably be right – EVERCOOL produces CPU coolers, fans, and cooling accessories. Not a difficult guess there. Today we'll be taking a look at the EVERCOOL Venti (and I'll use it as a stab at you Starbucks goers), a CPU cooler that is not quite Venti in size. Coming preconfigured with only a single fan, the CPU cooler, though likely much larger than your stock heatsink, is quite a drop in the bucket at half the size of my old favorite, the Megahalem. However, perhaps Venti is the right name for it – let's hope it has "big" cooling because as a slim tower cooler, it has a lot of competition.


EVERCOOL Venti CPU Cooler Closer Look:

The box for EVERCOOL Venti doesn't jump out as anything outlandish or bizarre. It is a grey and cream concoction of pictures, specifications, and marketing talk. The top of the box lists its support for a vast number of sockets, while the sides show various pictures of the heatsink itself, as well as the mounting components included in the box. All in all, the box isn't exactly exciting though it does give you a good idea of its contents.










Popping open the top reveals the goodness within. I can't fault EVERCOOL for the packing here – everything is securely fastened to withstand even the most tenuous journey to your front porch. The heatsink tower itself and the 120mm fan are held in place by a plastic carrier while the box-o-components is snugly nestled up below it. If your delivery man managed to break anything in the Venti package, you should probably give him an award!


  1. EVERCOOL Venti CPU Cooler: Introduction
  2. EVERCOOL Venti CPU Cooler: Closer Look
  3. EVERCOOL Venti CPU Cooler: Specifications & Features
  4. EVERCOOL Venti CPU Cooler: Setup & Testing
  5. EVERCOOL Venti CPU Cooler: Conclusion
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