Tuesday, July 3rd 2018

DeepCool Intros the Fryzen CPU Air Cooler for AMD Threadripper

DeepCool probably intended for its name to read like "frozen," but ended up with the name "Fryzen," which is what I'd call a fried (dead) Ryzen. The GamerStorm Fryzen is a large tower-type CPU air cooler designed for AMD socket TR4. Its 68 mm x 46 mm base offers 100% coverage of the AMD Ryzen Threadripper IHS (integrated heatspreader), although it also supports AM4. It takes advantage of this large nickel-plated copper base to pass six 6 mm heat-pipes through the longer side, such that heat pipes line the width of the aluminium fin-stack, rather than the edges. The fin-stack is capped off by a stylish top-plate with an RGB LED diffuser.

The included 120 mm fan spins between 500 to 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 64 CFM of air, with noise output ranging between 17.8-41.5 dBA. The fan features fluid-dynamic bearing, and an X-shaped RGB LED diffuser along its uniquely shaped frame. With the fan installed the Fryzen measures 124 mm x 81.5 mm x 164.6 mm (WxDxH), with little or no intrusion into the memory slots on either side of the CPU socket. It weighs 1.18 kg. Its various RGB LED diffusers take in standardized addressable RGB LED header input, supporting most software control standards. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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12 Comments on DeepCool Intros the Fryzen CPU Air Cooler for AMD Threadripper

#2
AlwaysHope
Good timing, was considering air cooled solution for mighty 180w TDP chip like these are. Have had experience with DeepCool stuff over the yrs already, Cheap but effective brand from my experience.
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#3
dj-electric
This looks like something i would use for an 8-12 core chip. Decent
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#4
TheGuruStud
Wow, what a terrible name. If you're going to do a weird portmanteau word, then it should be freezyn. Fryzen means it's heater... Fire everyone involved and hire me, morons.
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#5
R0H1T
dj-electric said:
This looks like something i would use for an 8-12 core chip. Decent
So not for TR2 then? The timing also seems odd, I wonder if TR2 will go down to 12/16 cores or start right from the 24 one?
TheGuruStud said:
Wow, what a terrible name. If you're going to do a weird portmanteau word, then it should be freezyn. Fryzen means it's heater... Fire everyone involved and hire me, morons.
Frieza?
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#6
Caring1
DeepCool probably intended for its name to read like "frozen"
Starts singing; Let it blow ….

R0H1T said:
Frieza?
Frieza's a great name, just Sayan … :D
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#7
Vario
Beautiful cooler but that name is terrible. Threadripper is a pretty bad name too. Maybe its a fit.
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cucker tarlson
Vario said:
Beautiful cooler but that name is terrible. Threadripper is a pretty bad name too. Maybe its a fit.
Threadripper is about as rad a name for a CPU as there can be. AMD have nailed it when it comes to naming in recent years. Thredripper and R9 Fury X are my favourites. I wish they had just left the name Zen for the mainstream CPUs, instead of serving it with Rye.
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deu
cucker tarlson said:
Fryzen and Deadripper coolers.
Im pretty sure you are the troll that constantly complain about AMD in the forums! :D What do they pay you? (out of curiousity) Because your comment adds nothing, is off topic and can at best be seen as spam. Funny thing is that the puns doesnt make sense since ryzen is cooler than intels 8000 series and Threadripper is without a doubt the best value for HEDT segment in almost any situation (by a loooooong shot) (Said by a Intel owner)
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cucker tarlson
DeepCool probably intended for its name to read like "frozen," but ended up with the name "Fryzen," which is what I'd call a fried (dead) Ryzen.
There's a slew of "this a terrible name" comments in the thread, yet you pick on my silly pun. Dude, can it be any more obvious that YOU'RE THE TROLL here.
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