Product on Review: Deepcool Gamer Storm Castle 240 RGB
Street Price: £95.99 / $109.99
Deepcool were established back in 1996 in Beijing, since then they’ve focussed solely on producing computer chassis and cooling equipment; recently we’ve seen some incredibly wacky designs leaving their factory, many receiving high praise from the enthusiast markets. Today we look at their latest and greatest RGB CPU Cooler, available with either a 240mm or 280mm radiator at present. We’ve been provided the 240mm version for testing.
The Castle 240 promises efficient cooling and high performance thanks to large heat contact areas under the large RGB pump alongside high RPM RGB fans. We also see compatibility with AMDs TR4 socket as well as the mainstream sockets from AMD and Intel.
Provided with the Castle 240 is a pair of motherboard adaptors, for syncing the RGB lighting with ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI and ASRock motherboards, as well as a SATA power adaptor with in-line RGB controls for those without RGB motherboard headers.
We’re excited to see the RGB effects in full flow, as well as testing the thermal dissipation capacity of the cooler so lets get stuck in and see how it performs.
Deepcool on the Castle 240 RGB:
DEEPCOOL, the company that specializes in water-cooled and illuminated cases for the PC enthusiast has just introduced a brand new AIO liquid cooler- CASTLE 240RGB, suitable for Intel and AMD based systems. Its featured built-in double window panes and 16.7M true color lighting system provide a perfect display of aesthetic illumination. Its ultra-large, pure copper CPU block and its optimized E-shaped micro water channel designed to enlarge heat contact areas and effectively enhance heat circulation efficiency meet users' needs for high performance and aesthetics