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Deepcool Rolls Out New GAMMAXX S40 Cooler

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Another cooler joins the GAMMAXX family.

Deepcool has announced a brand new addition to its line of CPU coolers, the GAMMAXX S40. In this instance, the S is supposed to represent the small or compact nature of the cooler, though Deepcool promises there's no tradeoff in cooling performance.

 

The S40 boasts the same bowl-shaped 120mm fan we saw in the GAMMAXX 300. It runs between 900 and 1600RPM and achieves a maximum airflow of 55.5CFM at 21dBA. The heatsink body is fully nickle-plated for durability and to prevent oxidation and Deepcool says the four heatpipes touch the processor directly in order to quickly transfer heat to the fins. The fins themselves feature a unique design that Deepcool refers to as 'holes-on-fins.' The idea is that this allows the cooler to push hot air out of the heatsink at a faster rate.

With support for support Intel LGA2011 and AMD FM2, FM1, Deepcool didn't mention anything on pricing or availability but we'll keep you posted.

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    A Bad Day , January 27, 2013 3:17 PM
    Curious to see how they sanded the bottom part of the heatsink that comes in contact with the CPU. I've seen one air cooler that looked like it was sanded with a P12 grit sandpaper.
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    eklipz330 , January 27, 2013 3:23 PM
    FINALLY a cooler that uses that extra space on top of the heat plate as a heatsink. looks like deepcool read my comment all those years ago. this will perform very well.

    now all they need to do is have textured fins to increase surface area, angle them slightly into eachother like this > to increase the air resistance/increase thermal conductivity, and include a fan with high static pressure. also, the heatpipes should not be adjacent, but far apart when touching the heatsink fins to help with the thermal dissipation. all that needs to be done to have an excellent cooler.
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    Pennanen , January 27, 2013 3:48 PM
    eklipz330FINALLY a cooler that uses that extra space on top of the heat plate as a heatsink. looks like deepcool read my comment all those years ago. this will perform very well.now all they need to do is have textured fins to increase surface area, angle them slightly into eachother like this > to increase the air resistance/increase thermal conductivity, and include a fan with high static pressure. also, the heatpipes should not be adjacent, but far apart when touching the heatsink fins to help with the thermal dissipation. all that needs to be done to have an excellent cooler.

    Some old scythe heatsinks had that little heatsink on top of plate for years.
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    merikafyeah , January 27, 2013 3:57 PM
    People need to stop referring to "static pressure" as the basis for fan selection. It's "total pressure" that is important, not static pressure:

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/61806478/The-Myth-About-Fan-Static-Pressure
    (Due to someone's infinite wisdom, the source graphs have been irreparably downsized such that they are essentially useless. Fortunately, someone posted a synopsis with some of the original graphs and charts intact, which you can find here: http://mysite.verizon.net/restkgfn/airpolcontrol/id24.html

    I just wish some kind soul would repost the original paper with all the graphs intact.
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    merikafyeah , January 27, 2013 4:11 PM
    PennanenSome old scythe heatsinks had that little heatsink on top of plate for years.

    Cooler Master's GeminII S524 is the only cooler I know of that actually fuses the top-plate with the heatsink:
    http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/product.php?product_id=3050

    The cooler does not perform spectacularly due to a relatively weak stock fan. It really needs a high-pressure 38mm fan. It also has support for 140mm fans but there aren't many high-pressure 140mm fans around.
    The absolute ideal fan for this cooler would be a Sanyo Denki 9LB1412M501. But those are impossible to find, especially individually:
    http://db.sanyodenki.co.jp/product_db_e/coolingfan/dcfan/dc_fan_detail.php?master_id=2117
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    Pennanen , January 27, 2013 4:20 PM
    merikafyeahCooler Master's GeminII S524 is the only cooler I know of that actually fuses the top-plate with the heatsink:http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/pr [...] ct_id=3050The cooler does not perform spectacularly due to a relatively weak stock fan. It really needs a high-pressure 38mm fan. It also has support for 140mm fans but there aren't many high-pressure 140mm fans around.The absolute ideal fan for this cooler would be a Sanyo Denki 9LB1412M501. But those are impossible to find, especially individually:http://db.sanyodenki.co.jp/product [...] er_id=2117

    Scythe mugen also has that small heatsink on top
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    sanilmahambre , January 27, 2013 4:21 PM
    Deepcool is the cheapest cooler manufacturer out there. They provide us with nice cool working coolers and Fan controllers at a very handsome price tag.

    I am guessing this GAMMAXX S40 Cooler would be about 3.5-4 K Indian Rupee.
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    anonymous_user , January 27, 2013 5:16 PM
    merikafyeahCooler Master's GeminII S524 is the only cooler I know of that actually fuses the top-plate with the heatsink:http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/pr [...] ct_id=3050

    There is also this Noctua:

    http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=productview&products_id=35&lng=en

    And if you consider older discontinued heatsinks, there are Thermalright's XP-90 and XP-120.
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    clintwilks , January 27, 2013 6:33 PM
    this company has done pretty well i've used their coolers when i was on amd vishera cpu and the ice warrior kicked the tt frio's arse for 10 or 20 bucks less...and they look neat too :) 
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    f-14 , January 28, 2013 10:18 PM
    replace the 120mm fan with a 140mm so you've got something that takes heat right off the pipes in the more imporant areas suck as the bottom and edges where the pipes are transferring the heat and it will cool alot better more quickly and throw in another 140mm fan for a push pull configuration and drop a few more degrees beyond the single 140 i bet.
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    blazorthon , January 30, 2013 1:38 AM
    lostmyclanlol u know nothing about coolers the best cooler money for performance is the spire thermalmax eclipse II and he have what u say. and yes he is a old one cooler... and can bet even the noctua d14 phantecs and others.. http://www.frostytech.com/articlev [...] cleID=2521


    I admit that it cools well, but it's my understanding that it's also very loud. It's noise numbers from your link certainly are pretty poor. A personal favorite cooler of mine is the Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme. Excellent cooling with decent noise and all in a decent price.

    On the cooler in this article, is it just me, or does the fan stick well below the heatsink's fins and if so, would that cause any issues like dropping its pressure a little or something like that?
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