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Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler Review

Waco    -   August 29, 2013
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Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler: Conclusion

Where to begin? The Thermaltake BigTyp Revo has an interesting name, a classic design, and fairly good performance for the price. At $38 to your door it's extremely hard to find faults here! It is both far more quiet than a stock cooler and offers far superior cooling performance. While it doesn't match the auditory bliss of a low-profile Noctua cooler, it does nothing to offend my (admittedly picky) ears when running in daily use even when overclocked. At 100% speed the fan is audible but not obnoxious at all. Installation is a breeze with nary a glance at the instruction manual.

So how do I sum up this fairly low-profile cooler? In short, if you're in the market for an easy to install and inexpensive cooler that's capable of handling a modest overclock without undue noise: buy it now. Not a single cooler has come across my desk that can measure up to the performance of the BigTyp Revo at the same price point. Sure, you can spend more and get a better cooler, but if you don't need a better cooler why spend more than you need to? The BigTyp Revo provides quiet cooling at a price point nearly anyone can afford. Thermaltake has a winner!

 

 

Pros:

  • Price!
  • Good cooling and easy on the ears
  • Extremely easy installation

 

Cons:

  • Cooling not as great as more expensive coolers
  • Some people may not like the green fan?
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  1. Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler: Introduction
  2. Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler: Closer Look
  3. Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler: Specifications & Features
  4. Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler: Setup & Testing
  5. Thermaltake BigTyp Revo CPU Cooler: Conclusion
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