A component of GIGABTYE's CIG sales space this yr was the way in which the corporate pushes the Aorus model into many alternative areas it has not performed prior to now. We've seen Aorus reminiscence, Aorus reminiscence and now we get Aorus CPU cooling The ATC800 is the subsequent step on the earth domination of GIGABYTE – a large tower cooler with a number of heatpipes and RGB.
The ATC800 options six 6 mm direct contact, nickel-copper heatpipes that grip aluminum fins which are cooled by two followers in a push-pull association. The quilt of the fan and radiator prime is roofed by a plastic sheath. The highest of the radiator is fitted with an Aorus emblem in RGB and a temperature / tachometer (which isn’t the identical, however for some purpose right here). Each followers are additionally totally RGB geared up and are anticipated to be synchronized with the GIGABYTE motherboard software program.
Socket compatibility contains 115x, 1366, 2011, 2066, AM4, FM2 +, and AM3, in addition to all comparable sockets in it. The apparent outlet overlooked there’s TR4 as a result of it meets completely different necessities. The full weight of the cooler is barely greater than 1 kg, the fan air circulation is from 14.05 to 51.70 CFM at a stress of zero.18 to 2.00 mm H2O for a fan noise of 18 to 31 dBA (fan with fan) of 18 to 31 dB (A) designed. The followers will be managed with PWM or DC, with Four-pin connectors for the followers and a USB 2.zero port for the LED management. The full energy consumption of the cooler is 1.44 watts. GIGABYTE recommends that reminiscence modules be a most of 43 mm when utilizing the cooler.
GIGABYTE charges the cooler with 200 W TDP, which meets all of the techniques it’s able to, together with the Core i9-9900Ok. Nonetheless, overclocking could trigger some thermal limitations. The pricing was not introduced – we may anticipate extra info to seem between Computex and now. The product is anticipated to be obtainable in North America this month or early Could.