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Deepcool Fiend Shark CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Coelho 25,720 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: July 10, 2012
Page: 3 of 8
The Deepcool Fiend Shark (Cont’d)

Figure 8 illustrates the base of the cooler. The heatpipes don’t touch the CPU directly; there is a nickel-plated copper plate at the base. The base surface does not have a mirror-like finishing.

Deepcool Fiend Shark
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Figure 8: Base

Figure 9 reveals the Fiend Shark without the fan. Here it is clear that the two heatsinks are completely independent.

Deepcool Fiend Shark
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Figure 9: Without the fan

Figure 10 shows the 140 mm PWM fan that comes with the Fiend Shark. The blades are blue, and the frame is covered by a rubber coating.

Deepcool Fiend Shark
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Figure 10: Fan

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