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DeepCool Reveals GamerStorm Lucifer CPU Heatsink
Jul 10, 2013 - in News
DeepCool has introduced a new CPU cooler called "Lucifer."
DeepCool Introduces M6 Gaming Laptop Cooler
Mar 25, 2013 - in News
The new DeepCool M6 Notebook cooler is jam-packed with features including a 2.1 Speaker System, a 4-port USB hub, and, of course, excellent cooling performance.
Deepcool Rolls Out New GAMMAXX S40 Cooler
Jan 27, 2013 - in News
Another cooler joins the GAMMAXX family.
Custom Cooling: Deepcool's Dracula And Arctic's Accelero Xtreme
Oct 2, 2012 - in Reviews
Overclocking AMD's Radeon HD 7970 requires effective cooling, but the company's design is incompatible with most aftermarket heat sinks. Arctic and Deepcool claim to have solutions able to get the job done, without the reference cooler's loud fan.
Deepcool Announces Dual Fin Array Cooler for $60
Jul 29, 2012 - in News
Deepcool is extending its twin CPU cooler line with a more economic solution.
Extreme Air Cooling: Our Five-Slot (Quiet) Radeon HD 7970
Jul 25, 2012 - in Reviews
The good news is that it’s possible to cool AMD’s flagship Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition to less than 75 degrees Celsius under full load, maintaining a quiet 32 dB(A) at the same time. The bad news? It'll cost you five expansion slots and more than $100.
Big Air: 14 LGA 2011-Compatible Coolers For Core i7-3000, Reviewed
Feb 15, 2012 - in Reviews
Do Intel’s Core i7-3000-series CPUs really need closed-loop liquid cooling? Today we're testing fourteen different LGA 2011-compatible air coolers on an overclocked Core i7-3960X in order to determine whose is the most effective.
In Pictures: 14 LGA 2011 Coolers For Your Core i7-3000 CPU
Feb 6, 2012 - in Picture Story
Do LGA 2011-based processors really need to be matched up to closed-loop liquid coolers? Not at all. We collected 14 different high-end heat sink kits able to do the job with air. Keep an eye out for our upcoming performance write-up, too!
How To: Properly Plan And Pick Parts For An Air-Cooled PC, Part 1
Nov 7, 2011 - in Reviews
What better way to wrap up a scorching summer than with a last word on cooling? We explain the most important rules for creating ideal airflow, address the potential effectiveness of side fans, and discuss the finer points of graphics card cooling.
DEEPCOOL Shows New Coolers + iPad Stand
Jan 8, 2011 - in News
Deepcool was on-hand at CES displaying its recently-released V6000 and V4600 GPU coolers, featuring the same low-noise fan frame design tested here.
Thermalright's Shaman VGA Cooler: The Quiet Giant?
Dec 27, 2010 - in Reviews
Thermalright's Shaman is the largest VGA cooler we've ever seen. Having recently reviewed three competing aftermarket graphics cooling solutions, we're eager to find out if size really matters when it comes to overclocking the ultra-hot GeForce GTX 480.
Roundup: Six Sub-$40 Performance CPU Coolers Compared
Nov 23, 2010 - in Reviews
Remember when overclocking was all about getting more performance for less money? It's hard to do that when you're spending top dollar on premium heatsinks and fans. Today we round up six true value-oriented coolers that could help unleash hidden speed.
Three Aftermarket Graphics Coolers On GeForce GTX 480
Nov 7, 2010 - in Reviews
Today we're testing three of the largest graphics card coolers available: Arctic Cooling's Accelero XTREME Plus, DeepCool's V6000, and Zalman's VF3000F. Can these products bring performance to the table commensurate with their large triple-slot size?
Small Water Versus Big Air, Part 3: Cooling Questions Answered
Sep 11, 2009 - in Reviews
Parts one and two of our air and self-contained water cooler reviews compared components on an open bench with each model's included fan. Understanding that performance will differ in an enclosure, what happens when we install these solutions in a case?