Tuesday, April 16th 2019

GIGABYTE Rolls Out Aorus ATC800 CPU Cooler

GIGABYTE rolled out the Aorus ATC800 air CPU cooler. Its design involves a conventional aluminium fin-stack tower-type heatsink that's ventilated by two pre-installed custom-design fans in push-pull arrangement. A plastic shroud covers the top of the fin-stack, and frames the two fans. The top-plate is studded with an RGB LED diffuser. The two fans come with RGB LED lighting, too. All three lighting elements take input from a single 3-pin addressable RGB source.

Six 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes make direct contact with the CPU at the base, conveying heat through the aluminium fin-stack. Each of the two 120 mm double ball-bearing fans take in 4-pin PWM input, spin between 600 to 2,000 RPM, push 14.05 to 51.7 CFM of air-flow, with a noise output ranging between 18 to 31 dBA. Measuring 139 mm x 107 mm x 163 mm, the cooler weighs 1.01 kg. It offers 37.4 mm of clearance to the memory module installed closest to the CPU socket. The cooler is rated for thermal loads of 200 W. Among its sockets supported are AM4, LGA2066, and LGA115x. The company didn't reveal pricing.
Source: XanXoGaming
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9 Comments on GIGABYTE Rolls Out Aorus ATC800 CPU Cooler

#1
spnidel
looks like this thing will be able to handle some nice loads
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#2
FreedomEclipse
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spnidel, post: 4031216, member: 170908"
looks like this thing will be able to handle some nice loads
Some dirty hot loads. If you know what I mean ;)
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#3
tigger
I'm the only one
I like the way they have done the CPU contact area direct on the heatpipes, with no plate.
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#4
bonehead123
meh, anutha day, anutha same ole same same lame lame me-too c00ler.....
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#5
lZKoce
tigger, post: 4031268, member: 24505"
I like the way they have done the CPU contact area direct on the heatpipes, with no plate.
If it was CoolerMasters's it would boast HDT (heatpipe direct touch) +CDC (continuous direct contact) proudly on the packaging. :)
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#6
Vayra86
I'm still struggling to understand how a box of plastic helps heatsink heat dissipation.

Also good luck cooling 200W TDP with this. LOL. Even half that is going to be a struggle.
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#7
las
remove the plastic for better perf... and Gigabyte, fire the engineers please
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#8
Mistral
las, post: 4031400, member: 111974"
remove the plastic for better perf... and Gigabyte, fire the engineers please
Looking at it, the box is fine. It's a dual fan design, you wouldn't be getting that much air dissipating sideways anyway.

Overall, this looks like a solid design. Now we just need to hear the prices and see benches against the Mugen 5.
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#9
Caring1
FreedomEclipse, post: 4031228, member: 38411"
Some dirty hot loads. If you know what I mean ;)
For lovers of RGB.
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