GIGABYTE is pushing more AORUS-branded computer components to the market, including DDR4 memory and solid-state drives. Recently, they releases the successor to the ATC700 CPU cooler, named the ATC800.
The ATC800 is a large single-tower CPU cooler, measured in 107 mm x 139 mm x 163 mm (WxDxH). There are a total of six nickel-plated 6 mm heatpipes with a direct contact CPU base. Two 120 mm fans are responsible for cooling the massive heatsink. It is rated to handle processors up to 200W TDP, same as the ATC700. The ATC800 supports most modern CPU sockets from both Intel and AMD, such as the latest LGA115x/2066 and AM4.
As an AORUS product, the ATC800 of course gets RGB LEDs all around the cooler. The top shroud and the two fans have RGB lighting that can be controlled via the RGB Fusion 2.0 software.
There is currently no information for pricing and availability, but it is expected to first launch in North America this May.
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