DeepCool Gamer Storm Castle 360EX A-RGB AIO CPU Cooler Revealed




/ 4 weeks ago
DeepCool Gamer Storm Castle 360EX A-RGB AIO CPU Cooler Revealed

DeepCool has just revealed the latest addition to their popular Gamer Storm Castle series of AIO coolers. The new Gamer Storm Castle 360EX A-RGB, which is now the new flagship model of the series! Of course, we’ve seen this design before. It’s something DeepCool has put out for a few years now, but what upgrades can you expect to see?

While the older generation of Castle EX AIOs are impressive already, DeepCool has made things better. There’s a new dual-chamber pump that can now run up to 2550 RPM at its top speed. They’ve also revised the coolant path in the pump/block and revised the design of the cold plate with 25% more copper microfins. Of course, all of this should provide an improvement in reliability and performance.

DeepCool Gamer Storm Castle 360EX A-RGB AIO

DeepCool Gamer Storm Castle 360EX A-RGB AIO CPU Cooler Revealed

The aesthetics look broadly the same, though, with that stunning RGB pump with ring lighting. However, the block now has a more advanced ARGB configuration and infinity mirror design, which is a little cooler looking than the old models, without changing too much.

DeepCool Gamer Storm Castle 360EX A-RGB AIO CPU Cooler Revealed

Beyond that, you still get a 360mm radiator, which features their air-pressure normalisation technology, DeepCool Anti-Leak. I’ve seen that in action on previous models, it will improve reliability and efficiency over the cooler’s life span.

DeepCool Gamer Storm Castle 360EX A-RGB AIO CPU Cooler Revealed

Finally, you also get three of DeepCoolers CF120 fans, which feature hydraulic bearings for low-noise performance and long lifespan. These can operate from 500 to 1800 RPM, pushing up to 69.34 CFM of air flow at 2.42 mm H₂O pressure, with a max noise output of 30 dBA.

DeepCool Gamer Storm Castle 360EX A-RGB AIO CPU Cooler Revealed

We expect the cooler to hit retailers any time now, and you can expect a retail price of around $170 in the US, and most likely around £130-150 here in the UK, but I’m just guessing on that one.


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