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REEVEN Announces the Koios MATX Chassis

REEVEN announced the Koios, a cube-type micro-ATX case, which collapses along a hinge for easy access to the hardware under its hood. The case features a horizontally dual-compartment design, with the motherboard tray being along the plane of the base. The tray can hold micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards; graphics cards up to 340 mm in length, and CPU coolers up to 180 mm in height.

The bottom compartment of the REEVEN Koios houses the PSU bay, and two drive-cages - one with a pair of 3.5-inch bays, and another with a pair of 2.5-inch bays. A separate drive cage mounted along the front panel provides an exposed 5.25-inch bay, an exposed 3.5-inch bay, and a concealed 2.5-inch bay. This case hence holds up to 7 drives. Ventilation includes a 140 mm front intake, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The top and side panels have acrylic windows. Front-panel connectivity includes USB 3.0 ports and HDA jacks. A convenient handle lets you carry the case around. REEVEN didn't reveal pricing.

Reeven Also Intros the Zephyros RGB LED Fan

Reeven also introduced the Zephyros 120 mm fan with in-built RGB LED. Featuring a patented impeller design that maximizes air-flow, the Zephyros spins at speeds of 1,000 RPM at its rated voltage of 12V. You can lower the speed by lowering the voltage. It features a sleeve-bearing with a rated MTBF of 20,000 hours.

Reeven Intros the Rheia Mid-tower Chassis

Reeven introduced the Rheia ATX mid-tower chassis. Featuring a minimalist front-door design, the case measures 210 mm x 465 mm x 446 mm, and is made of SECC steel and ABS. The case features dual-compartment interiors, with all its drive bays located in a bottom compartment, which they share with the PSU. This approach frees up room for really long video cards (up to 40 cm). The case also takes in CPU coolers as tall as 180 mm (tower type coolers with 140 mm fans should fit). Vents include a 120 mm rear exhaust, and a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator vent at the front. Front-panel connectivity include USB 3.0 and HDA audio jacks. A Reeven Blade 120 mm fan is included.

Reeven Announces Notos Micro-ATX Chassis

Reeven announced the Notos (RE-M18001-B) micro-ATX tower-type chassis. Measuring 415 mm x 370 mm x 180 mm (DxHxW), and made of SECC steel, the case offers an entry-level feature-set. Its PSU bay is located at the top, and its drive-cage compacted, creating room for graphics cards as long as 360 mm. There's also room for CPU coolers as tall as 155 mm. The case offers a tool-free drive-cage, with one each 5.25-inch and 2.5-inch bays, and three 3.5-inch ones. Its cooling system includes a 120 mm front intake (a blue LED-lit fan comes pre-installed), and a 120 mm rear exhaust. Front-panel ports include a USB 3.0 port (type-A cable running to the rear panel), a USB 2.0/1.1 port (internal header), and HDA audio jacks. This case could command an entry-level pricing.

Reeven Shows off Three New Fans

In addition to three new fan controllers, Reeven unveiled three new fans - the Euros, the ColdWing 12, and the ColdWing 14, pictured in that order. The Euros is positioned as a premium high air-flow offering. This 120 mm spinner features S-FDB bearing, which translates to an MTBF of 120,000 hours, and comes in speeds of 800, 1200, 1600, and 2000 RPM in its 3-pin variants; and 500~1200, 500~1600, and 800~2000 RPM in its 4-pin (PWM) variants.

The ColdWing 12 and ColdWing 14 are value offerings. The 120 mm ColdWing 12 features conventional sleeved bearing, with 30,000 hours MTBF. Its 3-pin variant comes in 800 RPM and 2000 RPM versions; while its 4-pin (PWM) variant offers a speed range of 300~1500 RPM. The 140 mm ColdWing 14, on the other hand, comes in 800, 1200, and 1700 RPM variants for 3-pin; and 300~1700 RPM for its 4-pin (PWM) variant. Like the ColdWing 12, it features a 30,000-hour MTBF rated sleeved bearing.

Reeven Unveils Three New Fan Controllers

Reeven showed off three new fan controllers at Computex. These include the Four Eyes Touch (RFC-03), Six Eyes II (RFC-02), and Polariz (RFC-04), pictured below in that order. The Four Eyes Touch, as its name suggests, is a touchscreen-based controller, with four fan channels. The controller can put out up to 30W per channel, and can display fan speeds of up to 9,999 RPM. Its thermal probes can read temperatures of up to 99°C. The Six Eyes II combines a similar touchscreen interface, with physical buttons for switching channels. It can control six fan channels, with similar chops as the Four Eyes Touch. Lastly, there's the Polariz. This 3-channel controller has analog rotary knobs for each channel, with digital fan-speed and temperature readouts on tiny LED displays on each knob.

Reeven Unveils a Trio of Low-profile CPU Coolers

Reeven showed off a trio of low-profile top-flow CPU coolers, some meant to simply replace your stock cooling, others to lower noise, and increase OC headroom. The lineup begins with the Steropes (RC-1206). This 60 mm tall cooler (including fan), features a large (120 x 120 mm size) aluminium fin-stack, which is just tall enough to stay above key motherboard components on a mini-ITX board, while still leaving room for standard height memory modules, and the PCI-Express slot. The cooler is ventilated by a 12 mm-thick 120 mm fan.

Next up, is the Brontes (RC-1001). This cooler is even shorter than the Steropes at just 59 mm, but has lower clearance below the fin-stack, and uses a 12 mm-thick 100 mm fan. The cooler itself measures 105 mm x 59 mm x 114 mm. Lastly, there's the Vanxie (RC-0801). This 33 mm tall cooler is just about the size of a reference Intel heatsink; and has almost no clearance below the fin-stack. It's ventilated by a 10.8 mm-thick 80 mm spinner; and measures 80 mm x 33 mm x 93 mm. All three coolers support Intel LGA115x and AMD AM1, AM3+, and FM2+ socket types (under 100W TDP).

Reeven Announces Steropes RC-1206 Low Profile CPU Cooler

Reeven announced the Steropes RC-1206 low-profile CPU cooler. Measuring 125 mm x 129 mm x 60 mm (WxDxH), it weighs about 470 g. Its design includes a chunky copper+aluminium base that doubles up as a heatsink, from which five nickel-plated copper heat pipes pass through. The heat pipes draw heat away from the base, and to an aluminium fin stack that's arranged along the plane of the motherboard, which is then ventilated by a 12 mm-thick 120 mm fan that spins between 500 and 2,000 RPM, pushing between 12.13 and 45.47 CFM of air, with noise output proportionately ranging between 9.32 and 33.67 dBA. The fan supports draws power from a 4-pin PWM fan header. The cooler supports most modern CPU socket types, including Intel LGA115x, AMD AM3+, and FM2+. The company didn't reveal pricing or availability information.

Reeven Intros RC-1401 CPU Cooler

Reeven launched the RC-1401 large tower-type CPU cooler. Its design involves a conventional aluminum fin stack, to which heat is conducted by a combination of two 8 mm-thick, and three 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes. The 8 mm-thich ones spread out to the stack's periphery, while the 6 mm-thick ones to the central regions. The topmost fin is shrouded. These heat pipes draw heat from a nickel-plated copper base indirectly, which features a mirror finish.

A 140 mm fan ventilates the heatsink. One is included, although it supports a second one, for push-pull configurations. The included fan is a 25 mm-thick 140 mm spinner, which supports PWM control, and spins in the range of 300 to 1,300 RPM, pushing 27.2 to 70 CFM of air, with a noise output rated at 9.6 to 24.7 dBA. The RC-1401 measures 161 x 70 x 143 mm (HxWxD), weighing in at 820 g, excluding the fan. All modern CPU socket types are supported, including LGA115x, LGA2011, LGA775, AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2, and FM2/FM1. The company should begin shipping the cooler later this month.

Reeven Arcziel 12 CPU Cooler Pictured

Reeven unveiled the Arcziel 12 CPU cooler. Classified in the large category, the Arcziel 12 is a top-flow air-cooler that uses an aluminum fin stack arranged along the plane of the motherboard, to which heat is conveyed by six 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes that make indirect contact with the CPU over a nickel-plated copper base that's polished to a mirror-finish. The six heat pipes pass through the aluminum fin stack at two points, to even heat distribution. The heatsink is then ventilated by a 120 mm PWM fan that spins at 500 to 1900 RPM, with noise-output of up to 35 dBA. Measuring 140.5 x 131 x 126 mm, the cooler weighs about 557 g. It supports all modern CPU socket types, including LGA2011, LGA115x, AM3+, and FM2. It is slated for November 21.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

Reeven RECC-01 Extreme Cooling Cup Launched

First unveiled this January, Reeven's extreme-cooling pot (model: RECC-01) launched in various markets. In Japan, it is being marketed by Scythe. Measuring 70 x 70 x 160 mm (WxDxH), and weighing 900 g, the RECC-01 is a liquid nitrogen or dry-ice evaporator. Aluminum makes up most of its body, while nickel-plated copper makes up its base. Its base dissipation surface has 18 circular pits. An AEROFLEX polymer insulation sleeve is included. Also included are a retention module supporting Intel sockets LGA2011, LGA1155/LGA1156, LGA1366 and LGA775; and AMD sockets FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2; and a thermal probe port. It is priced at 19,980 JPY (US $242).


Source: Hermitage Akihabara

Reeven Unveils RFC-01 Six-Channel Fan-Controllers in Japan

Reeven unveiled the RFC-01 "Six Eyes" series of case fan controllers, which saw the light of the day in mid-2011. Designed to fit into the 5.25-inch drive bays of your case, the RFC-01 provides six fan channels with independent speed-control knobs and diagnostic displays for each channel. Measuring 148 x 42 x 100 mm, the controller comes in two variants: black (RFC-01BK) and white (RFC-01WH). Apart from the six fan speed channels, the controller displays temperatures from six thermal zones, along with a safety alarm when temperatures exceed a limit. The RFC-01 will be priced at 4,480 JPY (US $57). It will likely be marketed under local brands such as Scythe.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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