Thermaltake Launches BigTyp Revo Down-Draft CPU Cooler
Thermaltake has now launched a new down-draft CPU cooler the "BigTyp Revo". The design will help cool both the CPU and surrounding motherboard components due to it's top down blowing design. It will utilize five solid Æ 6mm heat-pipes, which are in direct contact with the CPU for better thermal conductivity. Add to that a high density aluminum fin array, paired with a 800-1800 RPM 120mm PWM fan pushing 85 CFM (3.25mm Aq Air Pressure) and you get quick heat dissipation with support for up to 160w. Of course the BigTyp Revo comes with universal socket support for Intel and AMD systems. The cooler itself measures in at 148 x 141 x 105 mm and weighs just 530g. It looks like a great option for enthusiasts that prefer down-draft coolers over tower designs. Currently there is no word on pricing or availability. Make sure to check the product page located here for more info.
Thermaltake thermal design team has reinvented and optimised the essence of a CPU cooler using advanced technology with their expertise. The BigType Revo is equipped with five solid Æ 6mm heat-pipes that are directly in contact with the CPU which can conduct the heat more effectively, the curved designed aluminum fins which not only reduces the air blowing pressure it also maximizes the airflow, and the direct blowing design structure will reassures the CPU and motherboard surrounding components to stay intact.
Posted by | Mon, Jul 09, 2012 - 03:23 PM