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Deepcool Introduces the GAMMAXX 400 CPU Cooler

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

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    Showcased last week at CeBIT 2012, Deepcool's GAMMAXX 400 CPU cooler has now been officially launched and is making its way to stores worldwide. This new cooler measures 135 x 76 x 159 mm, it weights 638 grams, and features four direct touch copper heatpipes, 50 aluminum fins, and a 120 mm Hydro Bearing fan operating at 900 to 1500 RPM (21.4 ~ 32.1 dBA sound output).

    The GAMMAXX 400 supports Intel LGA1366/LGA1155/LGA1156/LGA775 and AMD Socket FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/940/939/754 processors, while an LGA2011 upgrade is set to arrive in April. The cooler's recommended price tag is 28.99 Euro.

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  2. FreedomEclipse

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    well it aint exactly the most expensive cooler for 28Euro, but there are coolers around that same budget price range that are better
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    a comparison test would be nice
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    It's not exactly a new kind of design either, I don't expect it to perform much better than others of similar design.
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    Considering that fan is just a bit behind a Silverstone FN 121 in terms of cooling performance (around 15% or so behind) yet is much cheaper (by more than half actually), it's still actually a good deal.
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    Depends on what you consider a good deal. Something that kind of works for cheap or something that does better for a little more. I also wouldn't get a cheap cooler for LGA2011... sounds like a horrible plan. :twitch:
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    does it have 4-pin fan?

    how is it compare to cooler master hyper 212 plus ?
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    The fan doesn't just "kind of works for cheap". I should paraphrase it then. It's a $5.99 fan that performs like a $9.99 fan, and is just a bit behind of a $10.99 fan. And the black frame and blades, plus the 4 LEDs are a bonus.

    @zomg: Yes, the Ice Blade is a 4-pin fan, so there's PWM.
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    I wasn't talking about the fan. The fan can only cool as well as the HSF that moves the heat.

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