DeepCool Reveal Their Latest AIO Coolers for 2024

We’re usually out in Las Vegas at CES, but this year we went the other way to The Netherlands to visit DeepCool and check out what new products they’ll be bringing to the market in 2024. They kicked things off with their latest range of AIO coolers, including existing models such as the LS720 seen above and below, as well as many new models.

Why have a fancy LCD display when you can have these fun graphics instead, honestly, it’s simple, but I really like this idea!

Then there’s the LT720, a high-performance AIO cooler with a 360mm radiator and three FK120 fans. Again, this is an existing product, but there’s no reason to see it leave the market just yet given its performance, popularity, and stunning aesthetics.

Want something a little more stealthy? The new LS520S Zero Dark features an all-blacked-out design, with a pair of powerful 140mm fans, and their latest 4th generation pump design.

There’s some LED lighting on the pump, not RGB, just the DeepCool logo colours, but otherwise, it’s pretty low-key, and perfect for more professional looking builds.

The new LD360 is the first to drop their strange “720” naming structure, which was frankly confusing for 360mm coolers. However, it does have their latest multi-line CPU status screen pump design. Rather than a fixed LCD display or simple RGB, it gives you a bunch of readouts to track your system performance.

There’s RGB on the side for some added customisation, and you can track power, temperatures and CPU load, and it’s just a little bit more modern-retro in its aesthetic.

If you do want something even more tricked out, then the Mystique 420 Plus is an AIO cooler with every feature you could ask for. It features some stunning new fan with a multi-phase design for improved stability and a window on the motor so you can see the inner workings.

But there’s also a large display surrounded by an aluminium housing for a more premium build quality and design.

The high resolution display offers amazing colours and viewing angles, and allows you to display pretty much anything you can think of, from dank memes to gifs, to video clips.

This cooler really does look amazing, and will also come in a 240mm and 360mm variant to suit your build requirements.

What would be your choice of video clip for this cooler?

We’ll have samples of all the new products very soon, so stay tuned for release dates, prices and performance testing on

Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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