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Deepcool Announces Assassin Twin-Tower CPU Cooler

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  1. btarunr

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    Deepcool, a professional manufacturer of heatsink and cooling devices, unveils a new fancy CPU
    cooler today, called Assassin. Performance-and-Silence is the core of this twin-tower designed air cooler. Featuring eight 6mm copper heatpipes and a shining nickel plated heatsink, the Assassin could dissipate heat very effectively. The Assassin will come with two fans, both of which are patented with rubber cover frame.

    One fan is 120mm functioning as the pushing force, and the other is 140mm that could be mounted between the two towers to draw hot air through the heatsink. In addition, a third fan can be attached if the motherboard design allows it. And the Assassin is fully equipped to support Intel LGA775/1155/1156/1366 and AMD AM2/AM2+/AM3. The launch date and price is unknown for the moment.

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  2. damric

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    That's one nice looking cooler. Can't wait to see a TPU review on this one (hint, hint).
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    nice cooler, but can they find another name: assasin name has been used
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    Whopping eight heatpipes. Whew. :rockout:
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    Reviews pl0x :p
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    Was this announced before or something? This is extremely familiar looking, that pyramid recess pattern.
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    Aplenfohn, wasn't it?
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    alpenfohn : deepcool = twin brothers

    another case of worst rebranding?
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    Deep Cool is the OEM. Alpenfohn, Xilence and others are rebranding their products.

    Back on topic this is going to be just another brick in the wall if they didn't manage to get a convex base.
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    Weird that two companies release the same product... Looks pretty interesting though, might give the current air-cooling king NH-D14 a run for it's money.
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    The only cooler that is up to par with the NH-D14 right now is the TR Silver Arrow.
    DeepCool have yet to make any coolers that are top end, love to see how this fairs.
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    The only thing that concerns me is if they implemented suicide bomber defenses into this... otherwise it looks shiny.

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