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Home » Cooling
Deepcool Gamer Storm CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho
Type: Reviews Last Updated: November 16, 2010
Page: 1 of 8
Introduction
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Today we are testing the Gamer Storm CPU cooler from Deepcool, which has a tower heatsink, six heatpipes, and one 120 mm rubber-cushioned fan. Let's see how it goes.



The Gamer Storm box is really nice, in hard cardpaper, resembling a jewelry case. When you lift the cover (which is closed with magnets), you can see the heatsink and the fan trough a second cover with transparent windows. Opening it, you can access the parts, which are nicely accomodated in a foam filling.

Deepcool Gamer Storm
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Figure 1: Box

Deepcool Gamer Storm
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Figure 2: Inside the box

In Figure 3, you can see the Gamer Storm and the accessories that come with it: fan, manual, installation hardware, power adapters, and a tube of thermal compound. The cooler comes with two fan holder sets, but only one fan is included.

Deepcool Gamer Storm
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Figure 3: Accessories

In Figure 4, you can see the heatsink of the Gamer Storm.

Deepcool Gamer Storm
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Figure 4: The Deepcool Gamer Storm heatsink

In the next pages, you will see this cooler in detail.

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