LEPA NEOllusion: officially unveiled CPU-cooler with bright light radiator

LEPA NEOllusion: officially unveiled CPU-cooler with bright light radiator

In the middle of this year at Computex 2016 the company demonstrated LEPA public working draft of the new processor LEPA NEOllusion cooling system. The cooler is a unique RGB-backlit many interested in their appearance, and now, after six months of completions news vendor announces its launch.

LEPA NEOllusion; Features

Unlike most competitors, who used to cooler decoration LED-fans, LEPA used in its decision led ribbon, decorating them both sides of the heat sink. What is interesting for your company’s product experts provided a wireless remote control, with which you can change the color, brightness and backlight modes. DU has a simple operation, and its maximum range of 3 meters.

LEPA NEOllusion: officially unveiled CPU-cooler with bright light radiator

LEPA NEOllusion design provides for four 6 mm copper heat pipes which pass through the base so as to be in direct contact with the processor cover. The manufacturer has provided for the tubes and radiator special coating Super Nano Thermal Conductive (SNTC), which will protect them from rust and improves heat transfer. Incidentally, the heat sink design is made so as to ensure high compatibility with the RAM slats.

Blowing LEPA NEOllusion structure occurs by fan 120 mm Dual Convex Blade PWM, which operates at a variable speed ranging from 600 to 1800 rev / min. With the included adapter propeller goes into silent mode – 400-1000 rev / min.

LEPA NEOllusion: officially unveiled CPU-cooler with bright light radiator

LEPA NEOllusion: Price and release date

The cooler has dimensions of 126 x 40 x 161.7 mm (without a fan) and weighs 645 grams, compatibility list includes socket Intel LGA 775/1150/1151/1155/1156/1366/2011 / 2011-3 and AMD AM2 / AM2 + / AM3 / AM3 + / FM1 / FM2 / FM2 +. Sales LEPA NEOllusion starts in late November.

Source: lepatek

LEPA NEOllusion: officially unveiled CPU-cooler with bright light radiator was last modified: November 18th, 2016 by Tomas Shellby