Reeven RECC-01 Extreme Cooling Cup Launched

Looks okay. Anyone up for testing this pot and tell us how good it is?

First unveiled this January, Reeven's extreme-cooling pot (model: RECC-01) launched in various markets. In Japan, it is being marketed by Scythe. Measuring 70 x 70 x 160 mm (WxDxH), and weighing 900 g, the RECC-01 is a liquid nitrogen or dry-ice evaporator. Aluminum makes up most of its body, while nickel-plated copper makes up its base. Its base dissipation surface has 18 circular pits. An AEROFLEX polymer insulation sleeve is included. Also included are a retention module supporting Intel sockets LGA2011, LGA1155/LGA1156, LGA1366 and LGA775; and AMD sockets FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2; and a thermal probe port. It is priced at 19,980 JPY (US $242).


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Belgium HybridChiller says:

on mei 2011 it was already reveiled this pot :

http://www.realredraider.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=43949

http://www.overclockaholics.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4209

http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?t=943707

United States sin0822 says:

only 900g? that is kind of light isn't it? my koolance weighs 1.5kg. and my gemini 2 weighs almost double my koolance

United States xxbassplayerxx says:

Costs as much as a Kingpin pot... Pass!

Germany der8auer says:

Well my new pot (launch: next week) will have about three times more mass than this one and it's cheaper :D

Norway knopflerbruce says:

like an XL version of an NB pot:D

United States Hondacity says:

hmmmmmmm :D

Germany Hyperhorn says:

So apart from if the container rocks or not - who can actually buy Reeven stuff? I've seen them @ Cebit 2011 already and know only of some UK shops, because there's no distributor for Germany yet; maybe because of the high market saturation?

K404 says:

900g and £140? lolno

TaPaKaH says:

lol at the marketing pic - it's installed on a UD3 board without PWM heatsink .. those boards are known for their cool PWM :D

United States sin0822 says:

an old school UD3 too the one that used the analog PWM.

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