Evercool Silent Shark Pro Reviews
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Evercool Silent Shark Reviews3
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"So the Evercool Silent Shark is a mixed bag then. We’ve got great bang for your buck being the main selling point. The performance isn’t as good as we expected for the size, but thankfully the cost goes a long way to correct this and the fact it has two fans instead of one is also a big bonus for air-starved cases. The acoustic performance was adequate as far as I am concerned, inside a case it will be barely audible and that is all that matters. Due to the fact the Evercool Silent Shark has quite a few improvements to be made (as explained above) we do not feel it is deserving of the Editor’s Choice Award. However, I still believe the Silent Shark offers an excellent level of value-for-money and I am happy to award the Evercool Silent Shark our bang-for-buck award."
"The use of two different fans is a little odd. If you want to use the fans to cool the surround components then no problem but if you want to use the fans in a push-pull configuration things are a little different. You will have to either dial the main fan down to 1400RPM to match the secondary. Or replace the secondary with a matching unit to get ideal cooling."
"The new Evercool Silent Shark cooler amazed us with its remarkable cooling efficiency. Even though it is a little bit behind the best of the best (in terms of maximum processor overclocking), we have to admit that this Evercool product turned out a great success. In our opinion, the potential of this cooler hasn’t been exhausted yet, because all they really have to do is give up the plastic cap, use traditional wire clips to attach two high-quality 140 mm fans with synchronous PWM support in the 600-1600 RPM range, and make a few technologically simple optimizations to the fins in order to lower airflow resistance. After that Silent Shark from Evercool will take the well-deserved spot among the leaders in contemporary air cooling. However, even the way it is the new Evercool Silent Shark is very attractive due to its high efficiency and universal design, reliable retention, simple installation and ability to redirect airflow towards the electronic components around the processor socket."