Product on Review: Deepcool GAMMAXX GT TGA
Street Price: GBP £39.98 / USD $44.99 / AUS $77.00
Whether you like it or not, RGB lighting is everywhere. We have it on RAM modules, cases, PSUs, mice, keyboards and headsets; the industry has gone crazy for these tiny colourful LEDs. Today we have a look at the Deepcool GAMMAXX GT TGA.
The GAMMAXX GT TGA is another product in the ASUS TUF Gaming Alliance, a product line that has been set up between many manufacturers to offer great value and excellent performance, durability and stability for PC gamers. There’s a range of motherboards and memory modules to help colour coordinate your system build, which the Deepcool should match perfectly.
Utilising four sintered metal powder heatpipes and the latest 0.5mm fins helps to remove heat from the CPU in the most efficient manner possible. Airflow is dealt with by a 120mm RGB PWM fan that syncs up the lighting with the aluminium enclosure on top of the cooling tower.
Ensuring the best possible compatibility, the GAMMAXX GT is suitable for all of Intel’s LGA 20xx, 1366 and 115x sockets and AMD’s AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, FM2+, FM2 and FM1.
The cooler measures 156mm tall, 135mm wide and 80mm deep (excluding the base), and it also tips the scales at just over 850g, making this quite a large cooler. There’s no mention of the TDP capacity of the cooler on the Deepcool website but we’ll have a good look at the figures with this mounted on top of our overclocked Intel i7-3930K, pulling around 170W of power, and therefore heat.
Deepcool on the GAMMAXX GT TGA:
As a member of TUF GAMING ALLIANCE, GAMMAXX GT TGA featuring sleek RGB lighting and optimized cooling performance provides gamers with all-new air-cooling experiences. It’s not just cooling. It's DEEP, high quality CPU-cooling for optimal heat dissipation while fulfilling your desires for that spectacular RGB gaming rig.