When Deepcool expanded into the computer enthusiast market, they made great strides to make sure their products were unique. My first experience with Deepcool was a 140mm Case Fan. It had blue blades, a cool grey rubberized frame and included mounting holes for both 120mm and 140mm. It moved a lot of air, yet was exceptionally quiet.
Since then, Deepcool have introduced some unique AIO Liquid Coolers (the Maelstrom and the Captain) and unique cases (the Steam Castle and the Tristellar). Not to mention a series of Power Supplies, Case Fans and Air Coolers. Within the Gamer Storm line of these air CPU coolers includes the Lucifer CPU Cooler (a fanless heatpipe design), the Gabriel CPU Cooler (a low profile, horizontal heatpipe design), and the Assassin II CPU Cooler (a twin tower, dual fan, heatpipe design).
The Gamer Storm Assassin II CPU Cooler is what we will take a look at today.
The below Specifications are taken from the Deepcool Gamer Storm Website:
|Intel Socket 150W
High End Desktop i7
Core i7 Extreme/i7/i5/i3
Core 2 Extreme/Quad/Duo
|AMD Socket 220W
Phenom II X6/X4/X3/X2
Athlon II X4/X3/X2
|Fan Speed||300±150~1200±10%RPM 300±150~1400±10%RPM|
|Max. Air Flow||70.08CFM68.06CFM|
|Bearing Type||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
Coming up next ….. Page 2: In the box