DeepCool LT520 AIO Liquid Cooler Review

DeepCool has certainly been on a bit of a busy release streak recently when it has come to brand-new cooling products. In terms of air coolers, we’ve seen models such as the AK400 (review link here) and the AK500 (review link here) which both impressed us massively! – This time around, however, it’s time to take something of a technological upgrade as we take a closer look at the newly released LT520 AIO liquid cooler!

DeepCool LT520 AIO Liquid Cooler

The LT520 represents DeepCool’s latest AIO liquid cooler product release series with both a 240mm and 360mm variant (LT720) now available to purchase. – For this review, however, we will specifically be taking a closer look at the 240mm LT520 variant. And getting one elephant out of the room, the choice of the product name for the LT520 (and LT720) is clearly a little confusing as when it comes to AIO solution, the numbers typically tend to represent the product size rather than an actual model number.

We can, however, categorically confirm that this is a 240mm AIO liquid cooling solution offering compatibility out of the box for all major Intel and AMD sockets including the most recent LGA 1700 and AM5 platform.

Technical Information

For more in-depth specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!

Socket Compatibility


What Does DeepCool Have To Say?

“The DeepCool LT series all-in-one liquid CPU coolers continue to deliver outstanding cooling performance built upon our 4th generation water pump design. Featuring new flow channels with an optimized skived copper block paired with a powerful 3100RPM three- phase drive motor for solid thermal capacity. High-performance FK120 FDB fans are finely tuned for advanced static pressure performance.

A new multidimensional infinity mirror design showcases a mesmerizing visual effect.”

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