DeepCool LS720 AIO Liquid Cooler Review
Mike Sanders / 1 week ago
DeepCool seems to be a brand in something of a pretty hefty transition. I think most would still associate them with offering competent cooling solutions with a moderate focus on overall cost-effectiveness. In other words, something that offers you a solid bit of bang for your buck. – Over the last year, however, DeepCool seems to be making moves to become a more, not necessarily better-establish, but a more respected and valued member of the cooling community.
It’s maybe not a great analogy, but it feels kind of a transition in the same way that Kia started out as a manufacturer of simple, cheap, affordable, and functional cars. They did, however, establish themselves well enough to subsequently transition into a very much higher bracket mainstream brand rubbing shoulders with the likes of Ford, Fiat, Nissan, etc.
With the release of their new LS720 AIO liquid cooler, therefore, don’t be fooled into thinking that this is a cheap and cheerful product. In many respects, DeepCool is touting this as a premium design, and based on the excellent features it has, I don’t think they’re overstating anything!
The DeepCool LS720 is certainly a pretty significant step up from their prior generations of AIO liquid coolers. The features on offer are excellent with it being touted as a high-performance cooling solution offering low levels of acoustic output. And that’s not mentioning the new 4th-generation DeepCool designed pump to the CPU block as well the exceptionally bright, vibrant, and customisable ARGB lighting.
On paper, this reads like a premium product and it’ll be interesting to see if it can offer the performance to match. DeepCool is certainly setting the bar higher than usual here!
For more in-depth specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!
What Does DeepCool Have To Say?
“The DeepCool LS720 premium liquid CPU cooler maximizes cooling performance and low-noise efficiency with a 360mm radiator, three FC120 A-RGB PWM fans, and an infinity mirror cap design.”