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Deepcool wants to cool your Ryzen with its Fryzen

Posted on Thursday, July 05 2018 @ 13:00:30 CEST by


DeepCool has a new Socket AM4 cooler which it oddly named "GamerStorm Fryzen". I'm not sure why you'd want to fry your Ryzen, but it's definitely one of the funniest CPU cooler names we've ever heard.

The GamerStorm Fryzen is a tower heatsink with a nickel-plated copper base, six 6mm heatpipes, and an aluminium heatink with RGB LED light effects. The cooler has a 68mm x 46mm base so it's large enough to accommodate the Ryzen Threadripper.

Airflow is provided by a 120mm PWM fluid-dynamic bearing fan, it spins at 500 to 1800RPM, and pushes out up to 64CFM at a noise level of 17.8dBA to 41.5dBA. DeepCool gave the fan an X-shaped diffuser, which offers more RGB LEDs. The RGB LEDs connect to a standard RGB LED header, so you can control them via software.

Despite the Fryzen name, it will likely offer decent cooling. The cooler measure 124mm x 81.5mm x 164.6mm (W x D x H) and weighs a massive 1.18kg. It's designed to cause little or no intrusion into the memory slot area on either side of the CPU socket.

Pricing and availability is unknown.

Deepcool Fryzen

Deepcool Fryzen

Source: TPU



 



 

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