DeepCool launches AG400 ARGB tower cooler with quad heatpipes
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DeepCool launches AG400 ARGB tower cooler with quad heatpipes

DeepCool has announced the AG400 BK ARGB and AG400 WH ARGB universal CPU coolers for gaming desktops. The solutions have a classic tower design.

    Image source: DeepCool

Image source: DeepCool

The first of the two new products will be made in black, the second in white. A multicolored addressable ARGB lighting is available. Customize and sync effects with ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASRock Polychrome Sync, and Razer Chroma RGB.

Four U-shaped heat pipes with a diameter of 6 mm lead through the radiator. They are in direct contact with the processor cover, which increases the efficiency of heat dissipation. At the bottom is a pressure plate that acts as a small extra cooler.

The design includes a fan with a diameter of 120mm and a thickness of 25mm. The speed is controlled using the pulse width modulation (PWM) method in the range from 500 to 2000 rpm. An air flow is formed with a volume of up to 129 cubic meters per hour, the static pressure reaches 2.53 mm water column. The maximum noise level is 31.6 dBA.

The AG400 ARGB cooler can be used with AMD Socket AM5/AM4 and Intel LGA1700/1200/1151/1150/1155 chips up to 220W TDP. There is no information about the price of new items yet.

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