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Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler: Introduction

Those of you who have been OCC members or lurkers for some time may be having pangs of déjà vu looking at the title of the review. Fear not, you're not going crazy. While OCC did review the Thermaltake Big Typhoon VX in the past in the year 2007 it really is most assuredly 2013 and you're simply definitely reading a review about Thermaltake's new kid in your area: the BigTyp Revo. No, that is not a typo, it certainly is called the BigTyp Revo.

This new cooler comes from a long lineage of Thermaltake coolers that offer great bang-for-buck performance and is the newest iteration inside the "Big Typhoon" distinct coolers. The original Big Typhoon would have been a great cooler back in 2007 with good cooling at a reasonable cost. The BigTyp Revo looks to increase that low-cost and high-performance trend in the present with support for every single modern socket type as well as quiet performance. Can this diminutive cooler build up to the current crop of mega-coolers having to break your wallet?

Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler: Closer Look

The BigTyp Revo is available in a box very conventional Thermaltake: grayscale with red accents. I can't say the color combination 's all that original but it's definitely smacking of Thermaltake style. The front with the box sports a large photo from the actual cooler (no weird renderings here!) plus a bold proclamation of 160 watt CPU support, socket 2011 support, and five 6mm heatpipes. The left side with the box features a fairly comprehensive report on specifications and features, but as usual, visit the Specs & Features page to get a full breakdown of all the numbers.

Spinning the therapy lamp around we have been greeted with a few more pictures as well as a quick rundown in the basic features with the BigTyp Revo. Between the direct-contact heatpipes, powerful 120mm fan, and high-density aluminum fins, this cooler sure looks like it has the correct ingredients for good cooling! The right side with the box reveals a huge list in the features presented for the backside from the box in a number of languages that I probably should manage to read by this point.

For once, I'm not waiting till the next page to disclose the product you're just dying to view; behold, the Thermaltake BigTyp Revo! The BigTyp Revo ships with a universal backplate and a small number of mounting brackets and bolts/screws to mate up to your socket of choice. There's a manual, sure, but who reads those? You should, however, read on and jump to another location page for your full reveal.

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