LEPA announced the NeoIllusion CPU back in November, but since they had it at their booth at CES we wanted to show it off for you. LEPA is claiming that it is the world’s first controllable RGB CPU cooler. It has RGB LEDS on both sides as well as on the top where the LEPA logo is.
Talking about the cooler itself it is a single tower cooler able to handle thermal loads up to 200W. There are four copper heatpipes that go up into the heatsink in a “U” shape. These heatpipes are direct-touch heatpipes so they will make direct contact with your CPU.
To help with cooling you have a 120 mm cooling fan. The RGB LEDs on both sides as well as in the logo are controlled with the included IR remote. The remote gives you 15 different color modes as well as four dynamic lighting modes. As you can see from the video above switching the colors is pretty easy.
As you can see the entire cooler is black. LEPA calls this a “Super Nano Thermal Conductive” coating which helps the RGB LEDs stand out more. The cooler supports all modern sockets including LGA2011v3.
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