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Evercool Transformer 4 Plus Review

Evercool should be very proud of what they have achieved with the Transformer 4 Plus Cooler. The 160mm tall tower features 4 x 8mm heatpipes and dual 120mm PWM controlled fans that each move close to 80 CFM of air. The bright silver colour used on the fans and the top of the heatpipes really help this cooler to stand out in a very crowded marketplace.

This cooler managed to out perform both the Havik 140 and the Noctua NH-C12P SE 14, which is an impressive achievement.

To be honest we were both surprised and disappointed that this cooler is so difficult to find online. Evercool advised us that the Transformer 4 Plus is priced at $40 USD and we were unable to find it at all in the UK before going live with the review. The price point is very impressive, but if it is this hard to find we feel that Evercool will be losing many potential sales. Stronger availability is going be a must if Evercool expect to compete on a large scale.

If you are one of the lucky people who get a chance to take one of these home, we doubt that you will be disappointed. If you can find one, the Evercool Transformer 4 Plus is definitely a product worth buying.

Pros:

  • Great looks.
  • Simple to install.
  • PWM controlled fans.
  • Excellent cooling.
  • Priced to sell, if you can find it.

Cons:

  • Fans are loud at full speed.
  • Availability seems very limited.

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Rating: 8.5.

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