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Akasa's Noiseless Thermodynamic Heatsink - the Revo - Akasa's Noiseless Thermodynamic Heatsink - the Revo
Wed Jan 09, 2008 | 1:37P| PermaLink
Revo has a completely new type of heatsink which has been designed and manufactured in Europe. At the heart of the patented technology is a ‘bubble pump’ (no moving parts, dual component fluid) which silently shifts heat to an aluminium radiator where approximately 1200cm square of surface area is available for heat dispersion. The outcome is silent, fast, energy-efficient cooling.

Bubble-pumps are liquid and gas, and are highly efficient at transferring heat (they have no moving parts). Heat is transported rapidly by a dual-component fluid along a hermetically sealed circuit to an aluminium radiator with hundreds of fine-fins. The radiator provides a remarkable 1400cm square of surface area for cooling. Transfer and dissipation of heat is fast and highly efficient.

Revo is lightweight, only 330g, and can be easily fitted tool-free. Revo is manufacturing in France by a German company famous for automotive engineering, Behr GmbH & Co KG. At the heart of the heatsink is SilentFlux™ a patented technology from Noise Limit, a Danish technology start-up founded in 2003. SilentFlux® utilises a unique dual-component coolant to drive the bubble pump. Specification:
size 132 x 90 x 138mm (W, D, H)
weight 330g
material aluminium heatsink, plastic fan cover
supports AMD Socket AM2/940/939/754 and Intel LGA 775
fan 92 x 92 x 25mm, ball bearing, low noise (17 – 26 dB(A))
PWM, 4-pin with 3-pin functionality
600 – 2200 RPM
11.44 – 41.96 CFM
0.85 – 3.13 mmH20


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