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Deepcool Captain EX RGB: My Favorite Mini Nuclear Reactor Finally has Color Choice!

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Posted May 6, 2017 by Josh Jackson in Cooling

From the moment I first saw the Captain series of CPU coolers from Deepcool/Gamerstorm, it’s been my favorite design for a pump and block combo. Even then, the only thing I felt the design needed was RGB lighting to be complete. It turns out dreams really do come true because the Captain EX RGB looks like it just launched with availability coming next month.

Captain EX RGB (1)

Outside of the RGB changes, everything else about the EX series is staying the same. We still have 120mm and 240mm rad options, while also staying in line with previous pump and flan flow specs. However, it looks like the unit will also include a single RGB LED strip as well. This is a fun surprise for people who enjoy lighting behind their tempered glass side panel. I’m still hoping that Deepcool will add 140mm and 280mm versions to the lineup, but I can’t help but be excited for these units to become available.

Captain EX RGB (2)

Each unit will cost a decent amount, with the 120EX retailing for $99.99 and the 240EX going for $129.99. These aren’t the highest prices, but if you’re simply looking for performance then there’s several units that can give the Captains a run for their money. It’s when you start looking for the RGB options that these units get pretty competitive. Honestly, these units easily top my list for coolers I’d like to use in builds that cater to performance and ease of install, but still look excellent. Check out the link below for some extra details and we’ll keep posted on more Deepcool release info as it shows up.

Captain EX RGB (3)

http://www.anandtech.com/show/11329/deepcool-launches-captain-ex-rgb-cpu-coolers-with-led-lighting

(Btw, have you noticed that Deepcool’s branding isn’t ingrained into the aesthetic of the unit? I really like having RGB that isn’t just a flashy company name.)Captain EX RGB



One Comment


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    Vinny Petronio

    Nice now you can select the color scheme to fit your needs





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