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DeepCool Launches ASSASSIN IV CPU Cooler

DeepCool has today launched its new ASSASSIN IV CPU air cooler designed to provide quiet operation with unparalleled thermal dissipation.

DeepCool ASSASSIN IV

The ASSASSIN IV from DeepCool is a dual-tower CPU cooler which offers unparalleled thermal dissipation all the while remaining quiet and looking fantastic whilst doing so. The cooler is fitted with seven heat pipes channelling into two densely packed fin towers paired up with 120mm and 140mm FDB fans leading to optimal airflow and maximum compatibility. This heatsink setup is neatly packaged in a tidy and sleek outer housing which offers a visually appealing centrepiece for your setup.

Compatibility

A key feature of this cooler is its relocatable 120mm fan which allows for a much wider range of RAM clearance which can often be an issue with tower coolers. On the topic of compatibility, the ASSASSIN IV is fully compatible with Intel’s 1700, 1200, 115x and 20xx sockets as well as AMD’s AM5 and AM4 sockets and features a user-friendly design making installation a breeze.

Silent Operation

The ASSASSIN IV is fitted with a switch enabling the cooler to change between Quiet and Performance modes catering to the differing needs of DIY PC builders. In Quiet mode the ASSASSIN IV has been measured at a mere 22.6 dB(A) making it whisper quiet when low noise levels are desired. In the opposing performance mode, the fans ramp up enabling this cooler to cool up to 280W of TDP. To achieve this quiet operation the fans utilise three-phase six-pole motors which consume low voltage and power whilst extending the lifespan of the fan.

Price and Availability

The ASSASSIN IV is available at an MSRP of $99.99 on the DeepCool worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. It is also backed by a Six-year warranty, alongside the DeepCool worldwide customer service and technical support network.

Visit DeepCool.com for more information on the ASSASSIN IV and be sure to check out our review.

Jakob Aylesbury

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