|商品尺寸||13.46 x 14.99 x 11.43 cm; 362.87 克|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||不是|
+ ￥118.89 运费及进口关税
DeepCool CPU Cooler 2 Heatpipes PWM Fan GAMMAXX 200T
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The best Materials to ensure that each item is perfect.Equipped with multiple clips to support Intel LGA1150/1155/1156/775 and AMD FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/K8
2 sintered powder heatpipes directly touch the CPU surface and conduct heat from the processor quickly to protect it from overheating
92x92x25mm fan with PWM function offers a perfect balance between airflow and noise
Easy installation without moving the motherboard
High cooling performance up to 95W solution
Fan Dimension: 92¡Á92¡Á25mm (PWM)
Heatsink Material: Al Fin+Heatpipe 2 pcs+CTT
Rated Voltage: 12VDC
Operating Voltage: 10.8~13.2VDC
Started Voltage: 7VDC
Rated Current: 0.19¡À10%A (MAX)
Power Input: 2.28W
Bearing Type: Hydro Bearing
Fan Speed: 900¡À150~2200¡À10%RPM
Max Air Flow: 42.35CFM
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For those mounting to an AMD board: DO NOT FORCE THE CLIPS. I noticed some folks on YouTube were able to clip the heat sink in without any problems but for me that was just not possible with my board. Even after clipping in the small clip first (as recommended on YouTube), the large side was so far off that even after applying some pressure it was not even close to clipping in. It might have been fine but I just didn't want to risk damaging a brand new board. So after fiddling with it for a bit the below solution worked out perfect. It's probably recommended somewhere online but I never came across it.
1) Loosen the board-supplied brackets to the point where it's barely hooked into the mother board's back plate, but still connected, giving you plenty of vertical leeway
2) Add thermal paste to CPU
3) Carefully align and place the heat sink directly on top
4) While holding the heat sink with one hand carefully and slightly lean it to one side, and with the other hand lift up the corresponding board bracket to meet it half way up, and clip it in. Although ideally you don't want to disturb the TP, as you can see by my temps I don't have any issues with my connection, including during load.
5) Do the same to the second clip and then finish screwing in the board brackets to the board's back plate. I'm sure some will say to just force in the clips, but this way worked best for me. Hopefully this helps someone out there!
works great on CPU's 65 watts or under (can take more with a fan upgrade)
better mounting set up then coolermaster with the 212 cooler
lights look nice and it glows well with the fan blades being white
stock fan is quite and seems well made
heat sink is well made and metal is not flimsy, cooper pad was milled well
stock fan runs at 1600RPM and will struggle in a case that does not have good inflow
included thermal paste works great but comes in a little packet like it was ketchup
uses thin metal bars to hold on fan that must be fitted in side tiny metal fines on the cooler to seat right and hold the fan on without rattle but when you get it in the right spot holds well
long story short i have built countless PC's over the last 15 years....have always loved things like the coolermaster 212 cooler as it was great value for money when you could buy them for around 20 dollars....now that CPU cooler is 35 and the fans are garbage....this is a great CPU cooler only let down by its fan spinning at 1600RPM....if this was a 2000RPM fan it would be the best thing you could buy for under 40 bucks making it a value leader BUT as it stands now in a stock set up its middle of the road....
conclusion....buy this IF you already have a 2000 RPM fan to put on it OR are using a CPU under 65 watts....what really sucks is i would love to find a 5 pack of these fans for the case but i will still put a higher RPM fan on this cooler....have tested this on a AMD 3400G, 3600, my personal 3700X and last a old 4690k overclocked to 4.2ghz....first 2 stock fan is fine....last 2 stock fan will leave you with high temps under full load....BUT changing the fan will fix it....its really a solid cooler only limited by its fan
The only negative I have is the bottom of the cooler, where it contacts the top of the CPU is not completely smooth. As the heat pipes run through it, even though they are flat, there are gaps between the aluminum and the heat pipes. Using Arctic Silver on the cpu, usually I put a single drop on the middle of the CPU and let it spread out when attaching the cooler. In this case I used a new single-edge razor blade to spread it on the CPU completely, in a very thin coat. Then I attached the cooler.
This is going from the stock AMD Wraith Stealth cooler included with the Ryzen 5 3600.
I didn't do a lot of testing but it appears to be about 15 to 20 degrees cooler while playing games than the stealth as well.
My only complaint is the fan is very bright. I thought it would match up with the case fans but it is way brighter even when they are going full speed(the lights in the case fans increase and decrease based on the speed/power being supplied to them) the CPU fan lights don't change at all.
This is not a deal breaker to me but I do wish I had known before I bought it. yes I still would have bought it. based on several youtube reviews about the first version of it(the difference seems to be the included mounting hardware and a slightly different fan). keep in mind if you want a complete mounting solution for AM4 you get it with this one. the first version includes the mounting lever hook style that the AM4 boards include the mounting plate/plastic hook mounts for.
fairly quiet fan even when using max speeds.
complete mounting solution for AM4(I think AM3 as well) and many intel CPUs
very bright blue in the fan lights that you can't turn down
I would recommend this fan for anyone getting a Ryzen 5 or Ryzen 7.
Possibly even a Ryzen 9 but I'm not sure about that one.