Jesse aka ‘Captain CurrySauce takes a look at the Deepcool Maelstrom 240 AIO liquid CPU Cooler.
Deepcool as a company, does not need any introductions. They have been offering OEM and consumer grade cooling solutions for a while now. Given the recent popularity of the All In One (AIO) liquid coolers, Deepcool introduced their own take on the AIO with the introduction of the Maelstrom series of CPU cooler. With the increased amount of support for AIO coolers in most new cases, AIOs make for a great way of keeping your CPU temps low. They also don’t take all of the space of a traditional “custom loop” water cooling system.
The cooler comes in both a 120mm, and a 240mm version. So, depending on your needs and the case you use, you can get the version that you need. For this review we are going to look at the 240mm version.
For more information on the Deepcool Maelstrom 240 please visit the official product page here.
|Intel Socket 150WLGA2011-V3/LGA2011/LGA1366/LGA1156/LGA1155/LGA1150
High End Desktop i7
|AMD Socket 140WFM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2
Net WeightFan SpeedFan Air FlowFan Air PressureFan Life ExpectancyFan Noise LevelFan Bearing TypeFan ConnectorFan Rated VoltageFan Rated CurrentFan Power ConsumptionsMain System DimensionsRadiator DimensionsRadiator MaterialPump Life ExpectancyPump ConnectorPump Operating VoltagePump Rated VoltagePump SpeedPump Load CurrentPump Power Consumption
|120X120X25mm (2 pcs)111±10g600+-200~2200±10%RPM182.24 CFM (MAX)3.71mm H2O (MAX)100,000 Hours17.6~39.3 dB(A)FDB (Fluid Dynamic Bearing)4 Pin12 VDC0.26±10% (MAX)3.12 W70X85.6X31.5mm274X120X27mmAluminum120,000 Hours3 Pin6~13.8 VDC12 VDC2800±10% RPM0.25±10% A(MAX)3.0 W|