DeepCool ASSASSIN IV Intel/AMD Dual Tower Performance CPU Cooler
DeepCool ASSASSIN IV Cooler, 1x 120mm/1x 140mm PWM Fans, Dual Tower, Aluminium Fins, 7x Heatpipes, Intel/AMD
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Assassin IV Dual Tower Air CPU Cooler from DeepCool
Impeccable Cooling for Your CPU The DeepCool ASSASSIN returns with a new stylish design, efficient cooling capacity and whisper-quiet operation. The ASSASSIN IV provides exceptional performance and is armed with seven heat pipes and newly designed 120 and 140mm FDB fans which can be shifted to provide unobstructed clearance for high-profile RAM. With a simple slide of a switch, the ASSASSIN IV can morph from a whisper-quiet cooler when low noise is of the utmost importance to the efficient cooling force DeepCool air coolers are known for.
A Simple Slide of A Switch
It's in your controlSuperb user control allows you to turn the Assassin IV from a whisper-quiet cooler into a performance cooling beast with a simple sliding switch. Take control of your cooling with DeepCool.
Embrace Silent Operation
BE COOL, BE CALMA key factor in the ASSASSIN IV's extremely silent operation is the use of three-phase, six-pole fan motors with low voltage and power consumption. DeepCool is so confident in our new design that the ASSASSIN IV comes with 6 years of limited warranty coverage!
Crafted for Perfection
EXCEPTIONAL BY DESIGNFeaturing seven heat pipes that deliver improved heat transfer through two fin-array heat sink towers for high performance efficiency. The included DM9 thermal paste meets the rigorous standards used in industrial applications.
Designed to Make installation EasyInstalling larger air coolers can be difficult and is a prime reason the hardware and installation was designed to be extremely user friendly. Even the magnetic top fan cover was crafted with ease of installation in mind.
Built To Fit
LET IT SHINE!The ASSASSIN IV's case is clean, sleek, and helps channel air through the fin towers, while the relocatable 120mm fan provides unobstructed clearance for high-profile RGB RAM.
RAM Clearance :-
Intel LGA1700/1200/115X: Unobstructed
Intel LGA20XX: 63mm
AMD: AM4/AM5: Unobstructed
|Cooler Form Factor||Dual Tower|
|Included Fan Configuration||
|Fan Bearing Type||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|Fan/Pump Connectors||2 x 4-pin|
|Max. Fan Speed||1700 rpm|
|Max. Fan Airflow||79.1 CFM|
|Max. Air Pressure||2.44 mm H²O|
|Max. Sound Level||29.3 dBA|
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Heatsink/Radiator Dimensions||110×160×140 mm (WxHxD)|
|Total Dimensions||110×160×140 mm (WxHxD)|
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