Gigabyte has detailed their latest CPU cooler, which is the AORUS ATC800 air CPU cooler. It makes use of a single aluminum fin stack tower design with heatpipes and is ventilated by two pre-installed RGB fans in a pull-pull setup. A plastic shroud actually covers the fans as well as the top of the heatsink. The top of the heatsink has RGB lighting that illuminates an AORUS logo and what appears to be a temperature / RPM indicator.
There are six 6nm nickel-plated copper heatpipes that will make direct contact with your CPU at the base before going up into the aluminum heatsink in a “U” shape.
The two 120 mm fans make use of a double ball-bearing and take 4-pin PWM input. They spin between 600-2000 RPM, push 14.05 to 51.7 CFM of air, and has a noise output between 18 to 31 dBA. The cooler has official dimension of 139 mm x 107 mm x 163 mm (LxWxH) and weighs in at 1.01 kg. Gigabyte rates this cooler to be able to handle thermal loads of up to 200W. Supported sockets are AM4, LGA2066, and LGA115x. The cooler is expected to be released soon, no word yet on pricing.