Deepcool Castle 360 RGB AIO CPU Cooler Now Available

/ 6 months ago

Deepcool Castle 360 RGB AIO CPU Cooler Now Available

Large Cooling Capacity + RGB

Deepcool has released a new 360mm radiator version of their GamerStorm Castle all-in-one liquid CPU cooler. This larger radiator version allows for significantly better cooling due to the larger surface area. However, it also looks great with RGB LED fans and RGB LED lit pump-block unit.

Deepcool Castle 360 RGB AIO CPU Cooler Now Available

The contact surface area uses pure-copper, allowing for optimal heat transfer from the CPU to the cooling system. This pump block measures 91×79×71mm and operates at 2550 RPM±10%. Although it is fairly quiet operating only up to 17.8 dB(A).

The 27mm radiator itself is made of aluminium like most all-in-one self-contained units. Actively cooling it are three 120mm fans which operate from 500 to 1800 RPM±10%. It pushes up to 2.42 mmAq air pressure and tops out just below 30 dB(A). These fans use hydro bearing so they have a longer lifetime compared sleeve bearing fans. They are also PWM units, so the fan speed can ramp up or down automatically when connected to a motherboard header.

CPU socket support includes LGA2066/2011-v3/2011/1151/1150/1155/LGA1366 for Intel. Meanwhile, AMD users can look forward to AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1 and even Threadripper TR4 socket support.

How Much is the Deepcool Gamerstorm Castle 360 RGB AIO?

The Gamerstorm Castle 360 RGB all-in-one CPU cooler has an MSRP of €180 according to TechPowerUp.

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