Gigabyte ATC700 AORUS CPU cooler review

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Gigabyte ATC700 AORUS

Today we have a peek at the new Gigabyte ATC700 AORUS processor cooler. The cooler is setup in a robust looking push-pull configuration, the cooling block has three massive direct contact heatpipes as well as the top side being RGB lighting configurable. 

You know, there really aren't any bad performing coolers being produced anymore. For every segment and budget you can find something you need. The market stabilized and within the entire range and scope of heatpipe based coolers there's a certain comfort zone with a corresponding product available. As a result, most of the coolers available on the market are all adequate at the very least. There are always exceptions to this, there's a handful of manufacturers out there that offer the really interesting stuff, the kit and gear that really stand out from the cooling crowd, the hardware you and me crave and need so badly... that is in the enthusiast domain of gaming hardware. 

The Gigabyte ATC700 AORUS is a moderately sized design yet could offer proper cooling capacity for usage in a ATX based desktop systems and game PCs. The cooler supports all popular Intel sockets, for AMD it is even AM3+ and all new AM4 compatible. So Ryzen processors can be chilled with this unit as well. Have a peek at the ATC700 AORUS model below; with lovely looks. The ATC 700 CPU cooler is a large heatpipe based cooler (three 10mm direct touch pipes) with two fans in a push-pull configuration. The top side has a plate on it gets the Aorus logo (this is also present on the two fans). The top side is LED lit and managed by RGB Fusion software. The two fans spin at 500 to 1,700 RPM, with 14 to 53 CFM of air-flow with a 12 to 31 dBA rating.

The cooler supports AM4, LGA2066, LGA2011(v3), AM4, AM3(+), FM2(+), LGA115x, LGA1366, and LGA775. Today we'll thow a nasty to cool Core i7 4790K that we throw at it. Oh and yes, if you are having a deja-vu, this ATC700 is a revamped Gigabyte Xtreme Gaming XTC700 cooler.

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