LEPA NEOllusion RGB CPU Cooler Overview
Getting a first look at the cooler we can see that it has pretty much an all black design, that includes a black heatsink as well as an all black fan. This design is likely to make the RGB LEDs look better when you have them turned on. The cooler has a single-tower design, which is pretty typical for air CPU coolers these days.
Starting at the front of the cooler we have the cooling fan, which is designed to push air through the heatsink and then out of your system. This is a 120 mm fan which has a Dual convex blade fan design. As you can see there is a LEPA logo in the center of the fan. Without the fan adapter the fan will spin at 600 ~ 1800 RPM with an airflow of 29.33 ~ 75.41 CFM and noise level of 17 ~ 33 dBA.
Taking a look at the cooler from the side we can see that it is not all that thick. The official dimensions of the cooler are 126(L) x 40(W) x 161.7(H) mm and LEPA ensures us that you’ll have Superb RAM compatibility. We can also see that the fan clips right on to the heatsink, which makes removing and reinstalling the fan quite easy. You’ll notice the white bars on each side of the cooler, these are the diffusant covers that are on top of the RGB LEDs.
Moving to the back of the cooler we can get a better look the heatsink. The heatsink is made of aluminum and uses LEPA’s patented VGF (Vortex Generation Flow) design which better helps air flow through the heatsink. There are four copper heatpipes that go up into the heatsink in a “U” design.
At the top of the cooler there is a LEPA logo on the top heatsink fin. This will actually light up with the rest of the RGB LEDs on the cooler.
Moving to the bottom of the cooler we have the base. This cooler makes use of HDT (Heat-pipe Direct Touch) techonology, which improves thermal conductivity. This means that your CPU will make direct contact with the heatpipes.