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Deepcool V4000 VGA Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho 40,684 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: November 1, 2010
Page: 2 of 7
The Deepcool V4000

In Figure 3, you can see the top of the cooler. The dark semitransparent fans are mounted on a frame that is manufactured using the same material used in the fans.

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Figure 3: Top view

In Figure 4 you can see the front side of the cooler.

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Figure 4: Front view

In Figure 5, you see the side of the cooler. The fins are made of copper, and you can note that there is a gap between the heatsink and the base of the cooler.

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Figure 5: Side view

In Figure 6 you can check the heatpipes, note how they are curved.

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Figure 6: Side view

In Figure 7, you can see the base of the cooler. Note that the heatpipes are well spaced in the full-copper heatsink. The base is well polished, showing a mirror-like aspect.

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Figure 7: Base

In Figure 8, you see the fan frame removed from the heatsink. There are two power connector for the fans; one three-pin (no PWM support, but if you connect it to your motherboard you can monitor the fan speed) and one standard peripheral power connector (that you can connect directly to your power supply). Of course you need to connect only one of the two. The fans have blue LEDs inside them.

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Figure 8: Fans

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