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Deepcool Neptwin CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho
Type: Reviews Last Updated: October 5, 2012
Page: 3 of 8
The Neptwin (Cont’d)
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Figure 7 illustrates the base of the cooler. The heatpipes don’t touch the CPU directly; there is a nickel-plated copper plate at the base, soldered to the heatpipes. The base surface is perfectly mirrored.

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Figure 7: Base

Figure 8 reveals the 120 mm fans that come with the reviewed cooler. One of them supports PWM speed control, while the other one has a three-pin connector, which means it is not PWM compatible.

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Figure 8: Fans

Figure 9 shows the Deepcool Neptwin with the fans in place.

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Figure 9: Fans installed

Figure 10 illustrates the fan connector hub, which allows you to connect up to four fans in a single motherboard fan header.

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Figure 10: Fan connector hub

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