Deepcool outs Gammaxx 200T CPU cooler

Deepcool outs Gammaxx 200T CPU cooler

The Chinese maker of power supply units, cases and coolers Deepcool has announced the new Gammaxx 200T CPU cooler. It measures 128 x 70.3 x 131.5 mm and weighs 361 grams.

The Gammaxx 200T offers two 6-mm copper heat pipes that have direct contact with the CPU underneath and uses the company’s Core Touch (CTT) technology for improved heatsink-CPU contact. On top of this construction there are 40 nickel-plated aluminum fins and a 9-blade 120-mm PWM fan that spins at 900 – 1600 rpm, pushing up to 54.3 CFM of air per minute at noise levels that range between 17.8 dB and 26.1 dB.

The new Deepcool Gammaxx 200T CPU cooler is compatible with Intel LGA 775, 1156, 1155, 1150 and 1151 processors as well as AMD 754, 939, 940, AM and FM processors (except AM1). These chips should have TDP of up to 95 watts.

The cooler costs EUR 18.

Source: Deepcool

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