(TS) – Companies might try to find ways around it, but even now the effectiveness of CPU coolers depends on the size and design of the heatsink. A great deal too.
That’s why only the biggest and baddest of gaming systems use things like the newly released DeepCool GamerStorm Lucifer: other cases don’t have enough room inside.
Classified under its premium GamerStorm brand, DeepCool Lucifer is a large tower-type CPU cooler. Its heatsink measures 140 x 110 x 163 mm, 26 mm thicker with the fan attached; weighing 1,097 g. Its design consists of a mirror-finished nickel-plated copper base, through which six 6 mm-thick heatpipes emerge, fanning out across the two edges of the aluminum fin stack.
The somewhat “H”-shaped fins of the cooler have jagged edges to increase turbulence, and with it, heat dissipation. A 140 mm PWM-controlled fan ventilates the heatsink. It spins between 700 and 1,400 RPM, pushing up to 81.33 CFM of air, with noise output ranging between 17.8 to 31.1 dBA. Luckily for DeepCool’s brand image, the GamerStorm Lucifer is being introduced only in the Greater China region, where buyers are more likely to be either oblivious or indifferent to the name.
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