DeepCool Unveil New LE & AG Series of Budget-Focused CPU Coolers

DeepCool has announced the launch of its new budget line of CPU coolers offering solid cooling performance and low operation noise levels while keeping the cost down. Introducing the DeepCool AG series air coolers and DeepCool LE series liquid coolers, streamlined to deliver value and performance to PC builders. Both series inherited their thermal and noise performance DNA from DeepCool’s premium AK series air coolers and LS series liquid coolers. The new LE Series and AG Series CPU coolers are compatible with the latest Intel and AMD mainstream platforms including Intel LGA 1700 and AMD AM4/AM5.

DeepCool LE & AG Series CPU Coolers

Efficient and reliable cooling performance with bright 6-colour LED lighting. Designed for 180-220 W TDP with Anti-leak technology lets you cool with confidence by relieving pressure in the radiator with its elastic pressure relief bag. Bundled fans are tuned for high airflow (85.85CFM), high static pressure (3.27mmAq) and low noise (≤32.9 dBA). Increased compatibility for mITX system with its 52 mm height CPU block.

Variation and models include:

  • LE500 (240 mm 220 W TDP)
  • LE300 (120 mm 180 W TDP)
  • LE500/LE300 MARRS edition – Single LED marrs green colour

DeepCool AG620 CPU Cooler

High performance 6 heat pipe dual tower CPU cooler with Bidirectional Heat Pipe Technology for efficient heat dissipation regardless if mounting the cooler vertically or horizontally. Keep things cool with its impressive 260 W TDP and efficient fans. Simplified installation with its easy 5-step installation process.

DeepCool AG400 LED CPU Cooler

A 4 heat pipe single tower CPU cooler with bidirectional heat pipe technology. Offering PC builders good value and cooling performance with its 220 W TDP and high-efficiency fans. AG400 LED comes with 6 colour LED and an elegant matrix fin array heat sink to elevate the aesthetics of your system.

Where Can I Learn More?

Although set to hit retailers imminently, at the time of writing DeepCool has not confirmed any specific regional release date/s nor how much we can expect these new CPU coolers to cost. – If you would, however, like to learn more about these and other DeepCool products, you can check out their official website via the link here!

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