Deepcool GamerStorm Captain 240 EX AIO Water Cooler Review

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Deepcool GamerStorm Captain 240 EX AIO Water Cooler Review

Deepcool continue to develop some of the best looking and performing coolers on the market, and while their Captain 240 was a great cooler, featuring an innovative design and solid performance, Deepcool felt it could be a little bit better. Introducing the new Deepcool Gamerstorm Captain 240 EX, a new and improved model that promises better cooling and acoustic performance over its predecessor.

  • Upgraded high-density water microchannel with powerful self-governed circulation system, 10% more efficient heat dissipation.
  • Amazing glass design &patented visual external-circulation system.
  • Updated tooling free installation solution, solid 100% metal material clip.
  • Unique silent TF 120 double-blade fan to offer a higher air pressure for radiator, more efficient to take heat away.
  • Upgraded anti-explosion rubber tube, anti-corrosion, crush resistance & Thermostable material.
  • Three-phase induction motor built-in the powerful closed impeller, the stronger liquid flow & bigger delivery head.
  • Long lifetime ceramic bearing with MTBF 120,000 hours.
  • Crazy steam punk appearance &the unique reactor-style pump housing.
  • Bionic red LED breathing light lightening up while operating.

The 240 EX is well equipped, wit ha 240mm aluminium radiator, two powerful 120mm fans, and good quality pump and CPU block to ensure it can shift some serious heat from your system.


The 240 EX comes in a fairly large box, but then again, it’s a fairly large AIO cooler. The design looks really cool, teasing some of the pump design on the front, as well as the main features.

Around the back, you’ll find details of the coolers dimensions, as well as the AMD and Intel socket support list.


In the box, you’ll find a universal backplate, all the usual screws, a set of AMD and Intel mounting brackets, a case badge, and some documentation. Now let’s move on and take a closer look at the bigger components.


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