Monday, July 10th 2017

GIGABYTE Intros the Aorus ATC 700 CPU Cooler

GIGABYTE today rolled out the Aorus ATC 700 tower-type CPU cooler. The company had first exhibited this cooler at the 2017 Computex event. Its design involves a large yet conventional tower-type aluminium fin-stack heatsink, to which heat drawn by three 10 mm-thick copper heat pipes, is conveyed to the fin-stack, which is ventilated by a pair of 120 mm fans in push-pull configuration. The heat pipes make direct contact with the CPU at the base.

The topmost aluminium fin is topped off by an ABS shroud with a glowing Aorus logo, which has an RGB LED element that can be controlled using GIGABYTE RGB Fusion software. Each of the two fans takes in 4-pin PWM power input, features double ball-bearings, spins between 500 to 1,700 RPM, with 14 to 53 CFM of air-flow, and noise output proportionately ranging between 12 to 31 dBA. The cooler supports most modern CPU sockets, including AM4, LGA2066, LGA2011(v3), AM3(+), FM2(+), LGA115x, LGA1366, and LGA775. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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9 Comments on GIGABYTE Intros the Aorus ATC 700 CPU Cooler

Now they're making cpu coolers just like motherboards- covered in a lot of plastic with rgb lights.
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No thanks.. Nothing new just tower cooler with more plastic and night club lights
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hi ho, hi ho, off to the RGB cooler races we go :kookoo:
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I really hope that top cover comes off (aka optional). Otherwise you're just adding extra unnecessary height limiting compatibility further (and thus reducing the number of potential customers) for the sake of more lights?
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Thermaltake fanboy
Vl85 said:
What is new here: ATC700 vs XTC700?
Auros and Xtreme gaming sub brands from the same vendor...
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I hope Gigabyte send TPU a review unit because it's quite interesting
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Too bad, maybe a spreaded heatpipe like Deepcool Gammaxx 300 could help
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