Reeven has launched the RC-1401 large tower type CPU cooler. The design includes the usual aluminum fin stack. The heat is transferred to it by a combination of two 8mm thick and a three 6mm thick copper heat pipes. The 8mm thick ones extend to the stack’s border, while the 6mm thick pipes are restricted to the central regions. The top most fin is covered. These heat pipes emit from a nickel-plated copper base indirectly, which comes in a mirror finish.
For whatever reason, whether it be the name Arcziel or the general round shape you see looking at this cooler installed, it absolutely makes me think of the Arc Reactor from Iron Man. You know, the fusion based device that keeps Tony alive and powers his techno suit of armor? And so it was with great anticipation of superhero like abilities that I opened and began testing this top down horizontal air cooler from Reveen the Arcziel 12!
One of my favorite things in life is discovering new, great, and fascinating things. As a techie, this desire is fulfilled quite often. Today I would like to introduce you to both a new product and a new company, so without further ado here is the Reeven Kelveros RC-1202. It is a single tower air cooler from this new upstart out of Taiwan. The Kelveros RC-1202 is an combatively styled, moderately sized air cooler, suited to the mid to lower upper level overclocker. If you’re as curious as I was to find out how it would perform following along as I put it through it’s paces.
Today’s product is from a new company out of Japan called Reeven. Their product lines include CPU Coolers, Power Supplies, Fans, Cooling Cups for overclockers, and today’s product, a Fan Controller. The Reeven Six Eyes RFC-01 Fan Controller supports up to six fans, six temperature readings and can be displayed in seven colors. Read on further to find out more.