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LEPA NEOllusion Review

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From the LEPA website:
In 2010, LEPA heralded the birth of a whole new rising star, shinning in the global computer hardware arena. LEPA was founded by a group of enthusiastic IT engineers with zeal about technological innovations. LEPA embodies the high standards of quality, performance and stability, and strives to provide consumers with more reliable, creative high-tech solutions.

LEPA- The Pioneer of Spiral LED Fans

With abundant research and development capabilities, LEPA introduced the spiral LED fans to the world, which has ignited the entire fan industry and sparked new lighting trends. The innovative LED fans with the multi-pattern control put fun in functionality, delivering both practical performance and aesthetic experience.

LEPA- Shinning Star of the 80+ Gold Pack

To meet up with the latest energy-saving regulations, LEPA continuously introduces series of PSUs with the 80PLUS certification. In 2012, we launched the G1600-MA as the world's first 1600W PSU with 80PLUS Gold certification. This demonstrates our outstanding and excellent R&D capability.

LEPA- Fun Technology that Goes Beyond the Boundaries

The mission of LEPA indicates - "to bring about top-quality, safe and reliable, and reasonably-priced high-tech products to global users", we will keep staying at the forefront of technology and continue our innovation. We strive to introduce more state of the art, exciting and chic high-tech products to you.

LEPA, having formed in 2010, is a relative newcomer in the PC market when compared to the likes of Cooler Master or Thermaltake. Being new, however, means little in a market that sees regular change. While LEPA may not have the pedigree of other brands like Corsair, that hasn't stopped their popularity from rising, them having expanded into power supplies, cases, CPU coolers, fans and even cooling pads and Bluetooth speakers. They have rapidly expanded in a very short time and have, as such, managed to gather a great deal of fanfare.

Which brings us to today's review of the LEPA NEOllusion: a small tower cooler that is riding on the RGB craze. Instead of RGB fans with colored rings or other such novelties, LEPA took a unique approach. Here, the heatsink itself has the RGB aspect built in. Unique design aside, if performance is as good as its looks, it might prove to be an interesting option in an increasingly crowded market.

Socket Support:Intel: LGA775, LGA1150, LGA1151, LGA1155, LGA1156, LGA1366, LGA2011, LGA2011-3
AMD: AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2, FM2+,
Heatsink:Material: Aluminum (fins)
Copper (heat-pipes & base)
Dimensions: 126 mm x 40 mm x 161.7 mm
Heatpipes: Ø6 mm - 4pcs
Weight: 645 g (w/fan)
Fans:Model: LPHF 12P
Dimensions: 120 mm x 120 mm x 25 mm
Fan Speed: 600 - 1800 RPM (PWM)
Fan Airflow: 29.33 - 75.41 CFM
Fan Noise: 17 - 33 dBA
Features:200 watt + TDP supported
4x Ø6 mm heat-pipes
Vortex Generator Flow for increased air convection
Heat-pipe Direct Touch
RGB Lighting with remote
Warranty:One year
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