AORUS Revealed Their Upcoming Air Cooler Prototype
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
AORUS Air Cooler Prototype
We’ve seen a lot of amazing products from AORUS and Gigabyte here at CES 2019. However, while a lot of attention can focus on their graphics cards, motherboards, laptops, memory and more, what about the smaller stuff? Their new prototype cooler looks quite interesting. It’s the next evolution of what was once the Gigabyte ATC700, which if I’m honest was a bit crap. This new one though looks a hell of a lot better.
We didn’t catch a product name, price, specifications or anything really. However, we know it’ll be hitting the market later this year, and I’m certain that more details will follow soon. It uses a thick single tower design. However, it features two fan clip/enclosures that mount two aRGB fans to the body. This means high airflow, and high cooling performance.
Of course, it also has that lovely Aorus logo on the top, which is also aRGB. For those with aRGB hardware like the Aorus memory, graphics card, motherboard and more in this build. Well, the limitations are minimal when it comes to customisation of your rig.
We can’t wait to see this hit the market, and even more so, get it on our test bench.
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