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EVERCOOL Armor Protection for HDD - EVERCOOL Armor Protection for HDD
Fri Dec 02, 2011 | 6:11P| PermaLink

EVERCOOL not only focuses on CPU or Notebook cooling, but also places importance in HDD cooling. Thus, EVERCOOL Armor has been revised to match users' demands. Armor is compatible with 5.25"HDD. It can convert the dual 5.25"drive bays into three HDD bays or even four. Therefore, users can choose according to their needs.

The 8cm fan with two ball bearings makes the fan's life longer. Additionally, the meshed and fashionable design, which resembles the suits of armors, increases the air convection and provides greater cooling effect.

Usually the dust accumulates easily when the fan operates, and it's not easy to clean. EVERCOOL Design Team noticed this problem and designed the filter to be dismantled, which makes it convenient for users to clean and change the filter when needed. Moreover, four rubber spacers on Armor's bottom can absorb shock and reduce risk of damage on the hard drive. Armor is worth its price and value, protects your hard disk, and provides your PC with effective cooling.

For more details of Armor, please check the Evercool website:

YouTube video of Armor Hard Drive Rack:

Overall Dimension : 150 x 150 x162 mm
Fan Size :  80 x 80 x 25 mm
Heat Sink Material : Iron + Plastics
Bearing Type : Two Ball Bearing
Rated Speed : 1200 ± 10% RPM
Noise Level :  < 26 dBA
Rated Voltage : DC 12 V
Weight : 585.5 g


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