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DeepCool Neptwin CPU Cooler

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Posted November 22, 2012 by Kenny in Cooling
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Price at time of Review: $51 USD
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Excellent cooling performance and pleasing aesthetic design, Easy installation
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Clearance issues with Tall Heatspreader RAM
 
BOTTOM LINE:
Great performance to value cooler with vibrant aesthetics to please any user.
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Introduction

Today we are going to look at a new CPU cooler by DeepCool called the Neptwin. CPU Cooler competition is fierce, and nearly every brand has some great products to offer. Of course, DeepCool’s designers want to make their coolers stand out from the rest, and, while DeepCool is not a mainstream brand, they are striving hard to create a name of their own. Their unique and attractive aesthetic design does a good job of that. Of course, looks are only one part of your buying factor, and cooling performance is just as important. Can DeepCool’s new Neptwin cooler match both good aesthetics and good cooling performance? We have a chance to put that to the test today.

First let’s talk a little bit more about DeepCool.

Deepcool was founded with the mission of providing the best performance & humanized thermal solutions for worldwide customers. Deepcool design and manufacture a comprehensive range of high quality products, covering desktop cooling solutions, laptop cooling solutions, server cooling solutions, embedded cooling solutions, and other thermal components.

Our goal is to maintain customer satisfaction by serving our customer’s ever-changing thermal needs and providing the quickest and most comprehensive service available.

Why Named Deepcool? Ever since the stunning victory of Deep Blue, a program running on an IBM supercomputer, over Gary Kasparov, then world chess champion, in 1997, it has been clear that computers would be the most powerful tool of human being. At that time, we started our computer cooling business. We hoped our products could be as great as Deep Blue. With that in mind came the name Deepcool.

 

 

 

 

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