For those who love to tweak their PC performance to the risky stage, you’ll need a quality cooling device to dissipate the extreme heat produced by the processor on the extreme tweaking. Reeven is introducing its new extreme-cooling cup / pot, codename RECC-01 and it’s been launched in various market in the world. If you are in Japan, this Extreme-Cooling cup is sold by Scythe for 19,980 JPY or equal to $242.
Specification wise, Reeven RECC-01 extreme cooling cup is featuring liquid nitrogen or dry-ice evaporator, with the body made with aluminum and nickel-plated copper base. The base also has 18 crcular pits to improve the heat dissipation, and an AEROFLEX polymer insulation sleeve is also included in the package.
This Reeven extreme cooling cup is pretty heavy at 900grams and measure at 70 x 70 x 160mm (W x D x H). As for the compatibility, this cooling pot is supporting LGA socket from LGA775, LGA1366, LGA1155/LGA1156 and LGA2011, as well as AMD sockets (FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2).
According to the source, by using Reeven RECC-01 extreme cooling cup, people could boost the performance of AMD FX-8150 (default speed: 3.6Ghz, max turbo at: 4.2GHz) to the level of 8GHz! You can find more information at Hermitage Akihabara.