Author: Greg Baden
Today we get the chance to check out a new product from a new company. The company is DeepCool and the product is the Gamer Storm CPU Cooler. As you can probably expect from the name, DeepCool offers a wide variety of cooling products, with a main focus on CPU coolers. The Gamer Storm is their most expensive CPU cooler, features an elegant packaging and product along with plenty of features. How well will this cooler perform with others we’ve tested? Read on further to find out.
- Equipped with multiple clips to support Intel LGA1366/1156/775 and AMD AM3/AM2+/AM2.
- 6 sintered powder heatpipes conduct heat from the processor quickly to protect it from overheating.
- Mirror polished copper base gives perfect contact with the CPU surface.
- 120x120x25mm PWM fan offers a perfect balance between airflow and noise.
- Uniquely designed fan made of special material, modding looking.
- 48 pieces of aluminum fins with big surface dissipate heat efficiently.
- De-vibration rubber buckles absorb operating noise maximally.
- Intelligent side flow design further utilizes system airflow to improve computer case ventilation.
- Tool free installation.
- 150W solution, a perfect choice for overclockers.
|Overall Dimension||Fan Dimension||Weight||Bearing Type|
|Rated Voltage||Operating Voltage||Started Voltage||Rated Current|
|Power Input||FAN Speed||MAX.Air Flow||Noise|
The Gamer Storm comes equipped in a high quality, white retail package. The box itself is pretty plain on the front and back of the box, going over just a couple of the features of the CPU cooler.
Upon opening the flip-top magnetic lid reveals much more. On the lid are the specifications of the Gamer Storm in multiple languages along with two windows cut into the box. A black fabric pull tab lifts up the cardboard cover with windows to reveal the components nicely protected in some high quality foam.
Underneath the fan lies all of the components included with the CPU cooler.