Wednesday, January 15th 2014

Lepa Gives its CPU Coolers Color Options

Lepa unveiled a trio of colorful tower-type CPU coolers coarsely based on the design of Enermax ETS-T40. Unlike Enermax' creation, Lepa's come with aluminium fins anodized with one of three color options, red, blue, and olive-green. The best part is Lepa's LPCP12N series "disco" fan, which should be quite catchy (albeit distracting) in a case with a window. Like the ETS-T40, Lepa's unnamed coolers should measure roughly 139 x 70 x 160 mm (LxWxH), weighing around 610 g. The tower-type heatsink uses four copper heat pipes that draw heat directly from the CPU IHS. Find a video clipping of the "disco" fan in action, at the source.

Source: TechReport
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3 Comments on Lepa Gives its CPU Coolers Color Options

#1
RyneSmith
I think the fan looks cooler than the actual heatsink
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#2
west7
it matchs my mobo PCB
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#3
NeoXF
Why isn't this a standard feature of most coolers...
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