DeepCool GAMMAXX L240 Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅27-02-19
Closer Look
The pump enclosure is relatively small with a very simplistic, round design. The top piece is a smooth plastic with a digital-like design, kind of like the old seven-segment displays from electronic devices, on the top.

On the underside of the pump is a large copper plate, polished to a smooth finish for optimal thermal transfer. Each of the four corners houses a screw thread for installing the cooler.

The radiator is about as basic as we’ve seen on an all-in-one watercooling loop. While that may sound like a negative, it almost undoubtedly helps to reduce that overall price tag to the desirable level that it’s at; if it performs well, it doesn’t really matter.

The 120mm PWM fans included with the cooler feature 9 translucent blades and individual RGB and PWM cables. There’s no fancy rubber mounting points or frame lighting though, so they’ve obviously been developed to a price point.

Installing the fans onto the cooler, things seem perfectly normal but we noticed that the mounting holes didn’t perfectly line up with the tapped holes on the radiator, making things slightly awkward, however, everything went together and seems fine so no harm done.

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