Taiwanese firm LEPA has put 2016’s Computex prototype of the NEOllusion RGB air cooler into full production, just in time for the holidays. What’s so special about another cooler? How about on the fly changes to the RGB options via remote control?
Yep. There’s no extra software needed, nor does the chassis need to be opened in order to make adjustments. Simply use the remote control to change the colour, brightness, and lighting schemes that illuminate the LEPA logo on the top of the cooler, as well as accents on the sides.
This tower-style cooler features four 6mm heatpipes that directly contact the CPU, while the Super Nano Thermal Conductive coating pulls double duty by helping with heat dissipation, while also protecting against oxidatization. Active cooling is handled by a 120mm Dual Convex Blade PWM fan that spins between 600 and 1800 RPM, or 400-1000 RPM using the included speed adapter, and the thin profile of the cooler helps with compatibility, even when using memory with tall, custom heatspreaders. Total thermal capacity for this tower cooler is 200 Watts, so even overclockers will have some headroom.
Expect to see the NEOllusion cooler in North American in late November, however the expected retail price was not disclosed.