Monday, October 29th 2012

DeepCool Rolls Out New Variant of Big Frost Dual-Tower CPU Cooler

DeepCool announced a new variant of the Big Frost dual-tower CPU cooler which made its debut at this year's Computex event, held in June. Called the Big Frost Extreme Edition, the cooler features six nickel-plated copper heat pipes (the original uses bare copper), its base is polished to a mirror finish. Lastly, it uses a pair of UF120 PWM-controlled fans with blue impellers, and black frames. The cooler is ready for all current CPU socket types, including LGA2011, LGA115x, LGA1366, AM3+/AM3/AM2+, and FM2/FM1. In some markets, the cooler will be sold as "Neptwin Extreme Edition." The company did not finalize pricing.

Source: Expreview
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5 Comments on DeepCool Rolls Out New Variant of Big Frost Dual-Tower CPU Cooler

#2
micropage7
actually not different much from their previous cooler: assasin

just fewer heatpipes and new fins layout
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joellim
looks like innovation has hit a wall.....

NH-D14, silver arrow, phanteks, now this.....
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eidairaman1
by: joellim
looks like innovation has hit a wall.....

NH-D14, silver arrow, phanteks, now this.....
Thermalright IFX-14

Thermaltake
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