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[Amazon.ca] DEEPCOOL GAMMAXX400V2 Red CPU Air Cooler 120mm Intel/AMD (AM4) - $34

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[Amazon.ca] DEEPCOOL GAMMAXX400V2 Red CPU Air Cooler 120mm Intel/AMD (AM4) - $34

DEEPCOOL GAMMAXX400V2 Red CPU Air Cooler with 4 Heatpipes, 120mm PWM Fan and Red LED for Intel/AMD CPUs (AM4 Compatible)

GAMMAXX 400 V2 (Red) is a new model of the legendary GAMMAXX 400 series. With an upgraded 120mm fan with red LED, 4 high-efficiency heat pipes and the heat-resistant mounting kit, GAMMAXX 400 V2 (Red) is apt to provide better and safer cooling performance (TDP 180W).

Intel LGA1200/1151/1150/1155/1366

AMD AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1
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Gets the job done, much better than than stock. At this price, it is a steal.

Cheers!

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DeepCool Info:
Dimensions:
127×50×155 mm
For those building ITX systems, should fit. Most systems are up to 155 mm CPU Height.
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Sault Ste. Marie
hmm.. will this fit a 2011 socket as well.. i don't see it listed?
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Just bought the blue one at the same price last week, seems comparable to a cm 212 at what the 212 was priced at a few years ago. Crazy how much they cost now.
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i should have been more specific.. LGA2011-3.. so i'm guessing yes then
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Is it worth buying over the stock ryzen cooler?
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Goldvnb wrote: Is it worth buying over the stock ryzen cooler?
Depends which stock amd cooler, the wraith prism performs pretty well for most. I don’t think I would upgrade to this from that.

If you upgrade from the wraith prism I hope it’s to at least a 240aio or larger air cooler like a d15.. to see real performance uplift of overclocking.

Now if it’s from the lesser amd coolers like the spire, then yeah this is better
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Goldvnb wrote: Is it worth buying over the stock ryzen cooler?
Yes I replaced the stock 3600x cooler with this. Much quieter and cooler.

There isn't really any point spending 80$ on a cooler on anything less than a 3900x, there isn't much OC room for most cpu's below them.
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U4LIFE wrote: Depends which stock amd cooler, the wraith prism performs pretty well for most. I don’t think I would upgrade to this from that.

If you upgrade from the wraith prism I hope it’s to at least a 240aio or larger air cooler like a d15.. to see real performance uplift of overclocking.

Now if it’s from the lesser amd coolers like the spire, then yeah this is better
This one is way better than wraith prism.. I have on my r7 3800. Cooler and low quieter
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Great bang for your buck. Definitely buy if you're on stock, as others have mentioned it's quieter (significantly) and cooler.
I will say it required a surprising amount of force to install though, maybe I did something improperly, but I feel like it's a reasonably common sentiment. There's probably a trick to it.
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IKnowUSexy wrote: This one is way better than wraith prism.. I have on my r7 3800. Cooler and low quieter
How much cooler? My 3800x in my server maxes at 72c with prime95 with the prism. I bet the 120mm cooler is quieter though for sure,, but for me it doesn’t matter for the use I have.
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I just installed a blue V1 and was disappointed that the minimum speed bottomed out a fairly fast 900 rpm. I should have looked at the specs more carefully. But why engineer a PWM fan if it doesn't run slowly? I see this red V2 should go down to 500 rpm, which should be an improvement.

I'm driving the V1 with voltage control to get it down to 450 rpm, but am worried that it might start stalling over time, and also wonder how much less noise I could get at the same rpm by swapping in a better PWM fan.

I'm not going to return the V1 as I removed the LEDs from the fan. Interesting note, I had to jumper the connection pads on the board after removing the LEDs to get it working again, so I guess these fans fail if an LED burns out?
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I recall this being $25 at canadacomputers on sale
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I have this cooler and it's still too loud for my preferences at load. Upgrading to something nearly silent for twice the price.

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