With the Aorus ATC700 motherboard and graphics card specialist presents a quiet and powerful CPU cooler with synchronisable RGB Fusion LED illumination. Two double-ball bearing 120mm fans with specially structured fan blades for improved airflow and three Direct Touch heatpipes ensure long life and low temperatures.
- Powerful single-tower cooler
- 3 Direct Touch high performance heatpipes for reliable waste heat transfer
- 2x 120mm PWM fan - double ball bearing for long life
- RGB Fusion synchronizable LED lighting
- Compatible with all common AMD & Intel sockets
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.
The topmost aluminium fin is topped off by an ABS shroud with a glowing Aorus logo, which has an RGB LED element that can be controlled using GIGABYTE RGB Fusion software. Each of the two fans takes in 4-pin PWM power input, features double ball-bearings, spins between 500 to 1,700 RPM, with 14 to 53 CFM of air-flow, and noise output proportionately ranging between 12 to 31 dBA.
- RGB fusion – 16.8M Customizable Color Lighting
- Dual 120mm 2 ball bearing (PWM) fans
- 3*10mm high performance copper heat-pipes
- Heat-Pipe direct touch technology
With a certified dBA meter we measure how many dBAs originate from the PC. It's slightly subjective as there is always noise in the background, from the streets, from the HD, PSU fan, etc so this is by a mile or two not a precise measurement. You could only achieve objective measurement in a sound test chamber. Take this measurement as an indication, not a precise measurement please.
The human hearing system has different sensitivities at different frequencies. This means that the perception of noise is not at all equal at every frequency. Noise with significant measured levels (in dB) at high or low frequencies will not be as annoying as it would be when its energy is concentrated in the middle frequencies. In other words, the measured noise levels in dB will not reflect the actual human perception of the loudness of the noise. That's why we measure the dBA level. A specific circuit is added to the sound level meter to correct its reading in regard to this concept. This reading is the noise level in dBA. The letter A is added to indicate the correction that was made in the measurement. Frequencies below 1kHz and above 6kHz are attenuated, whereas frequencies between 1kHz and 6kHz are amplified by the A weighting.
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