DeepCool debuts GamerStorm Assassin II CPU cooler
The maker of central processing unit coolers DeepCool has rolled out a new model named GamerStorm Assassin II. As seen from the name the device is a successor to the first generation coolers of this line and just like before it is a type-D twin-stack cooler.
The GamerStorm Assassin II lives up to its name – the cooler is simply huge at 143 x 158 x 167 mm (W x D x H) in size and weighs full 1.48 kilograms (3.26 pounds) with the cooling fan installed. The cooler itself consists of a large nickel-plated copper base, eight nickel-plated copper heat pipes and two aluminum fin stacks. It is worth noting that the fin stacks are not of the same shape. One of them comes with an edge that points towards the rear of the PC case, which means that you can use a push fan and a conveyor fan with this cooler. The push fan is 120 mm in size and spins between 300 rpm and 1400 rpm for up to 68.06 CFM at noise levels between 17.8-27.3 dBa. The conveyor fan is 140 mm from end to end and runs at 300-1200 rpm for up to 70.08 CFM at noise levels of 17.8-27.3 dBa.
All these impressive specs mean that the new GamerStorm Assassin II can cool any modern Intel or AMD CPU, save for the 220W TDP versions of the AMD FX processors for which there is no information on whether the GamerStorm Assassin II can cool them. Speaking of this the cooler is compatible with all modern CPU socket types too, including LGA 2011-3, LGA 1150, AMD FM2+, AM3+ and others. Sadly there is no word on pricing or availability.