DeepCool starts sales of Lucifer K2 CPU cooler

DeepCool starts sales of Lucifer K2 CPU cooler

The Chinese manufacturer of CPU coolers and power supply units DeepCool Industries Co. Ltd. has launched the new Lucifer K2 CPU cooler.

The new cooler measures 146.5 x 131.5 x 163 mm and weighs 1047 grams. It includes a copper base and a large heat sink that consists of 36 nickel-coated aluminum fins. There are six 6 mm copper heat pipes as well. The entire cooler gets cooled by a large 120 mm PWM cooling fan that is just 20 mm thick. The fan spins at 600-1800 rpm, makes between 18.2 – 32.4 dBa of noise and pushes 61.97 CFM when spinning at 1800 rpm. This makes it possible for the Lucifer K2 CPU cooler to cool processors with TDP of 130 watts in passive mode (no cooling fan installed) and to cool even hotter chips in active mode. The new CPU cooler is also fully compatible with all modern Intel processors (LGA 775/1155/1156/1366/2011) and all modern AMD chips (AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2+). What’s even better is that the Lucifer K2 CPU cooler has been engineered in such a way it will not interfere with your RAM memory modules.

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The Lucifer K2 package includes a sticker with the DeepCool logo and thermal paste. The price of the cooler is unknown as of now, however.

Source: DeepCool

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