Gigabyte Technology Company on the eve of New Year holidays has decided to implement the announcement of the new processor cooling system. The model received the name Gigabyte Xtreme Gaming XTC700 and based on the classic tower design. Features of the decision of the Taiwanese manufacturer allows it to effectively cool the CPU socket on LGA115x, LGA2011v3 and AM3 (+), FM2 (+), which power consumption is 200 watts.
The cooler includes an aluminum radiator. Top crowned design cover, on which there are illuminated logo GIGABYTE Xtreme Gaming, lights controlled by special RGB Spectrum utility.
Heat sink cooling Gigabyte Xtreme Gaming XTC700 laced with three 10-mm copper heat pipes, which are molded into the base and in direct contact with the processor cover. Airflow “tower” comes through facing each other fans of 120 mm format.
According to the developer, propellers rotate at a speed of 500 to 1700 rev / min, each of which pumps 14-53 CFM air flow and is characterized by the sound pressure level of 12 to 31 dBA. Last connected to the motherboard via connectors 4-pin (PWM), while the light is powered via headers USB 2.0 / 1.1.
Cooler Gigabyte Xtreme Gaming XTC700 has linear dimensions of 139 x 109 x 169 mm and weighs 1015 grams. Its price is currently unknown.