Monday, July 9th 2012

Thermaltake Launches the BigTyp Revo The New Down Draft Cooler on the Block

Thermaltake, being the industry pioneer brand with expertise in PC chassis, power supply and thermal solution, is launching the new reinvent CPU cooler – the “BigTyp Revo”, the COMPUTEX 2012 d&i award winner, an award recognises Thermaltake being the pacemaker of CPU cooler, which also made the debut during CeBIT 2012 this March, to users and gamers who favor the down draft rather than the tower cooler.

Thermaltake BigTyp Revo is the next substantial down draft CPU air cooler after the introduction of the Orb Series and the Typhoon Series that marked a brand-new new CPU cooler era for Thermaltake.

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.

Special Loving Design
In order to provide the perfect user experience, the thermal design team has incorporated a powerful 12cm PWM fan that can automatic adjust the fan’s speed between 800 to 1800 RPM according to the temperatures of the CPU. Further, a military theme has also been incorporated to give BigTyp Revo a much more personalize touch to draw a closer experience to users’ game. Plus the universal multi-sockets system will support all Intel and AMD chipsets at users’ expediency.

BigTyp Revo is absolutely the new revolutionized air CPU cooler that could easily supports up to 160 watt of heat dissipation for users who favor the manageable down draft cooler over the cumbersome tower cooler!

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9 Comments on Thermaltake Launches the BigTyp Revo The New Down Draft Cooler on the Block

#1
natr0n
less copper than original and i bet twice the price.
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#2
popswala
Thermaltake hasn't wow'd me for some time now. There past coolers like the spin q or whatever looked like a toy more then a cooler. This cooler is just plain and similar to alot of others out there in that group. The frio ock one looks alright but similar to CM there also. they need to really re-invent themselves to get ahead.
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#3
micropage7

why they put some space on the fins? is not usual
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#4
Dj-ElectriC
I don't see any reason to buy this cooler as long as Scythe still producing their zipeng.
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#5
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: micropage7
http://www.techpowerup.com/img/12-07-09/22b.jpg
why they put some space on the fins? is not usual
SO that a screwdriver fits so the cooler can be mounted.


Many peopel referenced teh old big typhoon as being when Thermaltake was good, and this does not look enough liek hte original to get me excited. I want a full copper base, thanks. Perhpas they'll release a revised cooler with one.
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#6
m1dg3t
I see thermalbreak is still catering to n00bz :o

Bought a few of their products years ago when I got into modding/gaming and everything broke within a short time. Not bad if the price was cheap....

Maybe they've changed? Looking at this cooler I would say it's the same deal, as others have said there are better options for same $$$
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#7
Slacker
The fin spacing on this cooler looks like my Thermaltake ISGC-400. What i think would get this thing to perform a little better than mine is the fact that its a HDT design. Might consider it but only if it drops 10c lower than mine.
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micropage7
by: cadaveca
SO that a screwdriver fits so the cooler can be mounted.


Many peopel referenced teh old big typhoon as being when Thermaltake was good, and this does not look enough liek hte original to get me excited. I want a full copper base, thanks. Perhpas they'll release a revised cooler with one.
thanks, but too bad it makes the heat pipes losing its fins :ohwell:
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#9
lastcalaveras
what thermaltake needs are better cases because frankly thier current range is boring and are a little low on the quality side e.g. v4 v3 level 10 gt
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