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DeepCool Announces the Gammaxx 400 Blue CPU Cooler with AM4 Support

DeepCool today updated its Gammaxx 400 cooler with AMD socket AM4 support. The new Gammaxx 400 Blue is practically identical to the original DeepCool launched way back in 2012, but now comes with retention modules for socket AM4 motherboards. The cooler can handle thermal loads of over 130W, making it ready for 95W AMD Ryzen 7 series and 5 series chips that feature XFR (extended frequency range), which rewards effective CPU cooling with automatic CPU overclocks beyond the rated maximum TurboCore frequency of the processor. The "Blue" moniker in the name refers to the included blue LED-illuminated 120 mm fan.

The Gammaxx 400 Blue is a tower-type CPU cooler, in which four 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes make direct contact with the CPU at the base, conveying heat to an aluminium fin-stack, which is narrower at the bottom to yield clearance around the CPU socket, for VRM heatsinks and memory. The included fan takes in 4-pin PWM input, spins between 900-1,500 RPM, pushing up to 74.34 CFM of air, with a noise output ranging between 17.8-30 dBA. The cooler measures 135 mm x 80 mm x 154.5 mm (WxDxH), weighing 670 g (including the fan). The included socket AM4 retention module lets you orient the cooler such that it exhausts out of the rear of the case. Available now, the cooler is priced at USD $25.

DeepCool Announces Readiness for AMD Socket AM4 Ryzen Processors

In early 2017, what excites gamers is AMD brings innovation and competition back to the gaming world with the Ryzen 7. Along with this exciting news, end users are concerned about the cooler compatibility issue with the new AM4 socket. Deepcool, being a market-oriented professional thermal solution provider, is proud to show you a current list of AM4 compatible CPU coolers, including Gammaxx Series, ICE BLADE 200M, ICE BLADE 100, ICE EDGE MIDI FS V2.0, GAMMA ARCHER and etc.

Based on AM4 compatible solution, liquid cooling chassis like Genome II, Genome ROG Certified Edition, as well as high-end Aio liquid cooler Captain EX Series will be launched after the end of March, closely followed by many other featured coolers. Another great news is the specifically designed AM4 mounting kit for Captain EX series will be firstly available at Amazon US around Mid-March. For other countries and regions, upgraded kits will be arriving after the end of March.

DeepCool Shows Off its QuadStellar Chassis

Building on the legacy of its TriStellar series cases, DeepCool unveiled the bigger, four-lobed QuadStellar chassis. Unlike the TriStellar, which housed mini-ITX motherboards, the QuadStellar is much larger, and designed for full-fledged ATX motherboards. The central axis to the four lobes is more functional than it is on the TriStellar, as two opposing lobes can now meet in the middle to make up a large continuous chamber to house the ATX motherboard, and its 8 expansion slots. One of the other two lobes houses the PSU bay with a few drive bays; while the other lobe has three additional PCI-Express x16 slot risers, and a few more drive bays. The case measures 523 mm x 485 mm x 485 mm. It features nine 3.5-inch and twelve 2.5-inch drive bays. DeepCool plans to launch this case by May 2017.

DeepCool Also Intros the New Ark 90 Chassis

DeepCool also unveiled its glassy New Ark 90 chassis, with factory-fitted CPU liquid cooling. This ATX mid-tower chassis features a 3-sided tempered glass panel covering the left side, and three quarters of the top and front panels. Under the hood, is a horizontally partitioned layout, with the larger top half housing the motherboard tray and three 120 mm fan mounts that exhaust out of the right side panel, and which can hold on to a 360 x 120 mm radiator.

The bottom compartment of the New Ark 90 features the PSU bay and two 3.5-inch drive caddies. The included DeepCool Captain 120EX AIO liquid cooler has a 120 mm x 120 mm radiator that's factory-fitted to one of the 120 mm top exhausts. The pump-block comes with AMD socket AM4 support, besides support for most common CPU socket types. The company plans to release the New Ark 90 to the market some time in May 2017.

DeepCool Intros the Baroncase Liquid Chassis

DeepCool introduced a new line of cases with factory-fitted CPU liquid cooling, beginning with the Baroncase Liquid. This ATX mid-tower chassis appears short, but that's because its PSU bay is located where you'd expect a 5.25-inch drive cage to be. DeepCool is marketing it as a micro-ATX case, which happens to support ATX motherboards. You'll notice that it has just 5 expansion slot covers. You get room for the two extra expansion slots (of ATX boards) by removing one of two 3.5-inch drive stacks lined along the base.

The PSU (not included) stands vertical near the front portion of the case, with its fan intake facing forwards (through the front panel). The included DeepCool Captain 120EX AIO liquid cooler features RGB LED lighting on its pump+block assembly, and its 120 mm radiator comes factory-fitted to the top exhaust. One of the case's 2.5-inch drive bays is lined on top of the side drive cage, so it's visible through the tempered-glass side-panel. Available from April 2017, the Baroncase Liquid is expected to be priced at US $130.

DeepCool Intros the DA Series Mainstream PSUs

DeepCool introduced the DA series of mainstream power supplies (PSUs). Available in 500W (DA500), 600W (DA600), and 700W (DA700) variants, these PSUs cover the essentials of providing clean and safe power to your gaming hardware. The three feature fixed, sleeved cabling, with the 500W model having connectors of a machine with a single high-end graphics card; and the 600W and 700W variants featuring cabling for machines with up to two high-end graphics cards.

Under the hood, the DA series feature a single +12V rail design with 80 Plus Bronze switching efficiency, active PFC, DC-to-DC switching, protection mechanisms against over/under voltage, overload, and short-circuit. The units use a 120 mm temperature-controlled fan to stay cool. The PSUs are backed by a 3-year warranty. The company didn't reveal pricing.

DeepCool Unveils an ASUS ROG Themed GamerStorm Genome Chassis

DeepCool today unveiled a special-edition GamerStorm Genome chassis with ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) branding. This launch follows the mid-October announcement of the Genome II. The ROG Genome features a matte black appearance with the shade of red found on ROG products. It also features a red+white ASUS ROG logo. These LEDs are backed by an ASUS Aura compatible LED controller, which interfaces with ASUS' motherboards Aura RGB LED headers. The rest of its features are consistent with the original GamerStorm Genome.

DeepCool Announces the D-Shield Mid-tower Chassis

DeepCool announced the D-Shield, a new mainstream ATX mid-tower chassis. Its design is characterized by a large faux-metal front panel with dark, brushed-aluminium appearance; a large, and clear-acrylic side-panel window over the top compartment. The case features a contemporary horizontally partitioned layout, with the top compartment housing the motherboard tray with room for ATX motherboards, add-on cards up to 350 mm in length, and CPU coolers up to 160 mm in height.

The bottom compartment of the D-Shield provides room for the PSU, and two 3.5-inch drives. Two additional 2.5-inch drive mounts are located behind the motherboard tray. The case provides two 5.25-inch exposed drive bays with short-left inner caging (to free up room). Ventilation features include two 120 mm front intakes, a 120 mm top exhaust, and a 120 mm rear exhaust (included). Front panel connectivity includes a USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HDA audio jacks. Measuring 425 mm x 188 mm x 463 mm (LxWxH), the case dry-weighs about 3.85 kg, and is made mostly of SECC steel. The company didn't reveal pricing or availability.

DeepCool Intros the Gamer Storm Genome II Chassis

DeepCool expanded its Gamer Storm line of gamer-centric hardware with the new Genome II chassis with bundled liquid-cooling. This ATX mid-tower builds on the signature "double helix" liquid-cooling ornament in its front-panel that characterized the original Genome liquid-cooling case. The coolant channel of the bundled CPU AIO liquid-cooler, which features a Gamer Storm Captain pump+block assembly and a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator along the top, with three bundled 120 mm fans; passes through an LED-lit acrylic tube along the front-panel, in a double-helical column, which DeepCool refers to as the loop's reservoir. Compared to the original Genome, the Genome II features a more subdued front-door styling,

Inside, the Genome II features a horizontally-partitioned layout, with vast swathes of room for your gear. Its motherboard tray has room for graphics cards as long as 330 mm. The case features 7 expansion slots, and an additional 2 vertical slots with an included PCIe 3.0 x16 riser, for vertical VGA installation. Drive bays include two each of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch. Besides the included CPU AIO cooler, you get a 240 mm x 120 mm front radiator mount, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The company didn't reveal pricing.

DeepCool Gamer Storm Neptwin RGB Cooler Pictured

DeepCool gave the Gamer Storm Neptwin cooler a design overhaul, with the new Neptwin RGB. This cooler features an all-black twin-tower heatsink, a pair of new custom-design 120 mm fans by DeepCool which feature an X-shaped supporting brace that crisscrosses the frame with RGB multi-color LEDs embedded in them, and a lighting/color control pod that doubles up as fan-control. The cooler also features LED lit top covers for the two fin stacks. The rest of its feature-set appears to be unchanged from the original Neptwin.

PowerColor Next-Gen LCS Liquid Cooling Solutions Pictured

PowerColor is ready with its next-generation LCS (liquid cooling system) VGA cooling solutions. The first one in the series is a close-loop all-in-one solution for single-GPU cards, which consists of a pump+block, plumbed to a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator (at least for this prototype). Much of the liquid cooling parts have "GamerStorm" design language, hinting at DeepCool being the OEM. This single-GPU cooler could be launched with upcoming "Polaris" graphics cards. Don't let the radiator size be any indication of the upcoming chip's thermal characteristics.

Also unveiled is a new full-coverage water block for dual-GPU graphics cards hinting at the possibility of a custom-design Radeon Pro Duo by PowerColor being under development. The block appears to be more than 1-slot thick, and uses the additional volume for two independent coolant channels, so one GPU doesn't get second-hand coolant from another GPU.

DEEPCOOL Unveils the CAPTAIN EX Series CPU Liquid Coolers

DEEPCOOL is a company that's built with the vision of providing best thermal solutions for worldwide customers by constantly seeking for innovative breakthroughs. To meet the increasingly high demand from global market, DEEPCOOL launches a newly upgraded liquid cooler series, CAPTAIN EX, under its sub-brand: GAMER STORM.

Innovative and high performance cooler
CAPTAIN EX Series is an all-in-one water cooling solution for desktop PCs, which has 120 mm, 240 mm and 360 mm versions, all of them feature several innovative techniques, e.g., patented SS design (Separated Section), steam punk appearance, visible liquid flow and LED lightening. Moreover, new features like upgraded high-density water micro-channel, anti-explosion rubber, unique silent TF 120 double-blade fan, as well as tooling free installation solution will bring users new exciting cooling performance.

DeepCool Debuts GENOME Liquid Cooling

PC enthusiasts have been suffering a hard case for years that it's quite difficult for most of the PC consumers to build up an extreme liquid cooling system by themselves. To improve PC user experience is why DEEPCOOL comes up with the product. DEEPCOOL Genome is an integrated PC liquid cooling solution, consists of an ATX PC case and an extreme liquid cooling system.

Pre-installed liquid cooling system, including a 360mm radiator, 3 PWM fans and a reservoir offers PC gamers not only cyclic great cooling performance but also an aesthetic design. Aesthetic liquid cooling system blends in the ATX case provides PC builders an integrative PC building experience.

DeepCool Intros GamerStorm Captain 240 White CPU Cooler

DeepCool announced a new white variant of its GamerStorm Captain 240 all-in-one liquid cooler. Replacing the original's red+black 2-tone scheme, the Captain 240 White features matte white on the pump+block the fans, and the insides of the fan frames. The rest of the cooler, including the interesting loop on the pump+block, comes in black. Red makes way for white with the LED "bionic" lighting inside the block. The rest of its specifications are the same. DeepCool didn't reveal pricing or availability.

DeepCool Intros Landking V2 ATX Mid-tower Chassis

DeepCool rolled out the second edition of its Landking ATX full-tower chassis, the Landking V2. The case boasts of an airy design with plenty of vents, and four pre-installed fans. Its ABS plastic front is characterized by matte black, with glossy accents, and three 5.25-inch drive bays. Inside, you get five 3.5-inch bays, and two 2.5-inch ones that are tool-free. The top-panel features a 3.5-inch hot-plug drive bay.

The side panel features a large, square, clear-acrylic window. Its motherboard tray features 8 expansion slots, so you can install a 2-slot graphics card on even the bottom-most slot of your motherboard. The tray offers room for graphics cards as long as 28 cm, and CPU coolers as tall as 16.8 cm. Its cooling system includes a 120 mm front intake, a 120 mm rear exhaust, and two 140 mm top exhausts. Pre-installed 120 mm spinners deck all four fan mounts. There are several passive vents at key locations. Measuring 512 mm x 218 mm x 515 mm (HxWxD), the case weighs about 6.6 kg. DeepCool didn't release pricing information.

DeepCool Intros the GamerStorm Lucifer K2 CPU Cooler

DeepCool introduced the second-generation of its GamerStorm Lucifer tower-type CPU cooler, the Lucifer K2. Designed as an alternative to entry-level AIO liquid cooling solutions, this cooler can either cool low-TDP chips fan-less, or massive HEDT chips with its included 120 mm PWM fan. Measuring 146.5 mm x 131.5 mm x 163 mm, the cooler weighs 1,047 g. It features an H-shaped (overall cubical) aluminium fin stack which extends vertically from its base.

The base is a milled copper block, from which six heat pipes project out, distributing heat through various points of the two lobes of the fin-stack. The included fan takes in 4-pin PWM input, has a speed range between 600 to 1,800 RPM, pushes up to 61.93 CFM of air, and has a noise output ranging between 18.2 to 32.4 dBA. The Lucifer K2 supports all modern CPU socket types, including LGA1151/1150/1155/1156, LGA2011/2011v3, LGA1366, AM3+/AM3, and FM2+/FM2. The company didn't announce pricing or availability.

DeepCool Unveils GamerStorm TF120 "2-layer Blade" Fans

DeepCool unveiled the GamerStorm branded TF120 high-performance case fans. The fans are characterized by what the company calls "2-layer fan blades." Each of the impeller's 9 blades has a small second "layer" that works to increase air flow. It's driven by a motor that features fluid-dynamic bearing, with up to 100,000 hours MTBF. The fan comes in three colors - red (with red illumination), white (white illumination), and black (blue illumination). The TF120 takes input from a 4-pin PWM connector, offering speeds of 500 to 1,800 RPM, with up to 76.52 CFM of air-flow, and between 17.6 to 31.3 dBA of noise output. Other features include rubber padding along the mount-holes on the frame. The company didn't announce pricing or availability.

DeepCool Intros Wave Micro-ATX Case

DeepCool introduced the Wave mini-tower case, designed for micro-ATX and mini-ITX builds. The case is characterized by a wavy design that run along its front facade, including a door that conceals some drive bays. The case features a top-positioned PSU bay, and with its drive cages occupying the top and central portions, this frees up room at the bottom (the expansion slot area) for graphics cards as long as 33 cm. The case also offers room for CPU coolers as tall as 14.5 cm. The DeepCool Wave offers two 5.25-inch, one exposed and three concealed 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive bays. Ventilation includes a 120 mm front intake, a 90 mm rear exhaust, and a 90 mm side vent. Measuring 387 mm x 175 mm x 353.5 mm (LxWxH), the case weighs 3.2 kg, and is made of SECC steel and ABS plastic. DeepCool didn't announce pricing or availability info.

DeepCool Intros GamerStorm TriStellar SW with Tempered Glass Panels

DeepCool's quirky yet desirable TriStellar three-chambered mini-ITX case, which made its debut with CyberPowerPC Trinity, and then as a standalone case, now comes in a new variant, called Tristellar SW, that features tempered glass panels on three sides, for its top chamber, which houses your graphics card, and three 3.5-inch drive bays. Consistent with DeepCool's GamerStorm Nephrite ITX in function, the tempered glass panels let you flaunt whatever high-end / modded beast you have, running underneath them. The three panels are mounted along the chassis, with four thumb-screws, each. The rest of its feature-set is identical. The company didn't announce pricing or availability info.

DeepCool Also Shows off GamerStorm Cube Case

In addition to the Nephrite, which makes your graphics card unmistakable at a LAN party; DeepCool also unveiled an untitled cube-shaped ITX case under its GamerStorm brand. The case features four differently-sized chambers divided by a cross-shaped partition that doubles up as a front applique.

The top-right chamber holds the mini-ITX motherboard tray, with an 80 mm fan vent, and two 3.5-inch drive trays; the top-left chamber is dedicated to the graphics card, with a tinted acrylic window on two sides. The motherboard's expansion slot protrudes into this chamber, and so no risers are required. The bottom-right chamber holds two 2.5-inch drive trays, and a portion of the case's ATX-type PSU bay. The bottom-left chamber holds a bulk of the PSU bay, with room for cable management; and a portion of the bottom 120 mm fan intake.

DeepCool Nephrite ITX Case Lets You Flaunt Your Graphics Card to the Max

DeepCool, which is on a roll with cases such as the Tristellar, unveiled a slew of unique new case designs at Computex; beginning with the GamerStorm Nephrite. This slim, console-sized case, which measures 330 mm x 100 mm x 428 mm (DxWxH), features a two-compartment design, much like the ones we see in cases such as the RVZ02 by SilverStone, except for its asymmetric design, and its top (add-on card) compartment, which is transparent on three sides, letting you flaunt your high-end graphics card. So now, when you say your machine runs a GTX Titan X, or a Fury, you'll mean it.

The rest of the case is made of steel, with carbon fiber pattern cladding, cutouts at the right spots, and an interesting vent pattern. The motherboard tray seats a standard-height mini-ITX motherboard, with room for CPU coolers as tall as 120 mm, with a 120 mm fan mount right over it. You should have just enough room to stack an AIO liquid cooler block, with a 35 mm-thick radiator and one 25 mm-thick 120 mm spinner right over it. The case offers room for an SFX power supply. Now, if only NVIDIA bundled a $2 back-plate with its GTX Titan X, like it did with the GTX 980.

DeepCool Announces Maelstrom T-Series AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

DeepCool announced its latest Maelstrom T-series all-in-one liquid CPU coolers, the Maelstrom 120T, and the Maelstrom 240T. As their names suggest, the two differ with radiator sizes of 120 x 120 mm and 120 mm x 240 mm, respectively. The two are characterized by a newer 0.2 mm-thick copper micro-channel design on the block, which offers higher surface area for heat dissipation to the coolant; and a new zirconia-ceramic impeller on the pump, which offers an MTBF of 120,000 hours.

The 27 mm-thick radiators on both models are mated with included blue LED-lit fans, which take in PWM input, spin between 600 and 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 83.64 CFM of air, each, with a noise output ranging between 17.8-34.1 dBA. Most modern CPU socket types are supported, including LGA2011v3, LGA1366, LGA115x, AM3+, and FM2+. The block has a glowing white LED logo, with a "breathing" effect. The company did not announce pricing or availability information.

DeepCool Launches GamerStorm TriStellar ITX Chassis

A week after its debut as part of CyberPowerPC's Trinity gaming desktop, DeepCool launched the GamerStorm TriStellar mini-ITX chassis, so PC enthusiasts can cram in whatever hardware they want. It may be designed for mini-ITX motherboards only, but this is not a lunchbox sized case you can tuck away behind your flatscreen. It measures 435 mm x 395 mm x 388 mm (WxDxH), and takes up the same volume inside a carton as a cubical ATX case of comparable dimensions would.

Its design involves three temperature-isolated chambers with a triangular projection, which converge at a central hub for cabling to route between them. The bottom-right chamber houses a standard-height mini-ITX motherboard tray with just enough clearance for a stock CPU cooler (up to 80 mm height), or an AIO liquid cooling block with a 120 mm radiator. The bottom-left chamber houses the standard ATX PSU bay, a slimline optical drive bay, and two 3.5-inch drive bays. The top chamber has three expansion slot covers, although there's just one PCI-Express gen 3.0 x16 riser. There's enough volume for a GeForce GTX TITAN-Z dual-GPU graphics card. This chamber offers another three 3.5-inch tray-type drive bays with hot-plugging back-planes and 2.5-inch support. DeepCool didn't disclose pricing.

DeepCool Announces GF140 PWM 140 mm Fans

DeepCool rolled out the GF140, a 140 mm fan, with a design focus on low-noise. Featuring an octagonal frame, with silicone inserts on its edges, and included silicone bolts, the fan offers a fluid-dynamic bearing (FDB) motor, and a detachable impeller that lets you clean it better. With a 4-pin PWM input, the fan spins between 700 and 1,200 RPM, pushing up to 71.8 CFM of air, with noise output ranging between 17.6 and 26.7 dBA. DeepCool didn't announce pricing or availability.

DeepCool Announces GamerStorm Assassin II CPU Cooler

DeepCool rolled out the second generation of its GamerStorm Assassin type-D twin-stack CPU cooler. The Assassin II is huge, measuring in at 143 mm x 158 mm x 167 mm (WxDxH), weighing 1.48 kg (including fans). Its design consists of a large nickel-plated copper base, from which eight nicke-plated copper heat pipes pass through, conveying heat to two aluminium fin stacks. The two stacks are not of the same shape.

One of the two fin stacks features an edge that's pointing towards the rear of your case, and hence you can't strap three fans onto this heatsink, just a push fan, and a conveyor between the two fin-stacks, but not a pull fan. The push fan is a 120 mm spinner, running between 300 and 1,400 RPM, pushing up to 68.06 CFM of air, with a noise output ranging between 17.8 to 27.3 dBA. The conveyor fan is a 140 mm spinner, clocking 300 to 1,200 RPM, pushing up to 70.08 CFM of air, with a noise output ranging between 17.8 and 27.3 dBA. The Assassin II can handle all modern CPU socket types, including LGA2011v3, LGA1150, AM3+, and FM2+. DeepCool didn't mention if the cooler is good enough for 220W TDP chips such as the AMD FX-9000 series.
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