Thermaltake Launches the BigTyp Revo

Thermaltake has launched its new reinvented CPU cooler. Dubbed the BigTyp Revo, the cooler made its debut during CeBIT 2012 and is aimed at users and gamers who favor the down draft rather than the tower cooler. The BigTyp Revo is the next substantial down draft CPU air cooler in Thermaltake's lineup, after the introduction of the Orb Series and the Typhoon Series. The BigTyp Revo supports Intel's LGA2011, LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA1155, LGA775 sockets, along with AMD's FM1, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, and AM2 sockets.

The cooler is equipped with five solid Æ 6mm heat-pipes that are directly in contact with the CPU and can conduct the heat more effectively. The curved aluminum fins not only reduce the air blowing pressure, but also maximizes the airflow. The top-down blowing design structure also keeps the CPU cool and helps to keep the motherboard's surrounding components cool too.




 
The BigTyp Revo incorporates a 12cm PWM fan that can automatically adjust the fan's speed between 800 to 1800 RPM according to the temperatures of the CPU, with a noise rating of 20 dBA . A military theme has also been incorporated into the BigTyp Revo's design, evident in its green 12cm PWM fan. The BigTyp Revo is an air CPU cooler that offers up to 160 watt of heat dissipation for users who favor the down draft cooler over a tower cooler or water cooling setup. The cooler's dimensions come in at 5.83 x 5.55 x 4.13 inches.

For more information on the BigTyp Revo cooler, please visit Thermaltake's website

  

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  • icepick314
    I don't get how top-down airflow keeps other components cool...

    doesn't the air get heated by the CPU cooler and you're blowing that heated air to rest of the motherboard?
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  • Anonymous
    @icepick314
    the simple fact of having air circulate cools the other components surrounding it. With other heat sinks the air just remains stagnant and heats up easily.
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  • house70
    Any benchmarks coming soon, Tom's? Hope so. Maybe some with reversed airflow, as well (fan blowing up instead of down).
    As soon as you catch a break from the rumor factory, please do so.
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