Evercool Venti (HPQ 12025) CPU Cooler Review

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While our CPU cooler reviews of late have mainly be concerned with high performance heatsinks, it is still important for us to remember that it is the budget offerings which sell the most and get used the most. That said, today we have a $30 heatsink courtesy of Evercool and it is their brand new Venti (HPQ 12025) CPU cooler. We already brought you the news of this product back in December last year, and promised we would have a review for you. Today, we duly deliver on that promise.

On the face of things a $30 heatsink may not be particularly exciting but I think seeing how much performance you can get for such a low cost heatsink is actually pretty exciting – especially when you have cheaper heatsinks punching amongst much more expensive heavy-weights. Let’s hope that Evercool’s Venti can do exactly that today as we put it through the heat eTeknix heat treatment.

For those of you who are interested the outline of the specifications can be found in the below table. If you’re looking for extra information then read the above product page or news article, both have a lot of extra information you may find enriching to know before seeing the performance figures.


The Evercool Venti comes attractively packaged in a cardboard box pointing out all the key features and with a large product image. Inside we find the product is packed very well with hard plastic.


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5 Responses to “Evercool Venti (HPQ 12025) CPU Cooler Review”
  1. d6bmg says:

    A descent mid-range cooler.

  2. cptnjarhead says:

    looks like the CM 212+.

    • ha yeh. Well there is only so much you do to make a cheap heat sink cooler. Most 120mm fan heatsinks with 3-6 heatpipes all look quite similar

      • cptnjarhead says:

        well, in particular the bottom of the block is almost identical. heatpipes, fans, fins.. yeah there is only so much you can do, but the spacing and design of the contact point looks like a copy.

  3. xxxpappxxxhu says:

    Like high-performance CPU cooler.

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