500 - 1800 RPM
17.6 - 31.3 dB
Yes - 120 mm
- 256 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build SHIFT with 8350K and Z370
It works with no problem and it looks awesome.
- 63 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build The Monolith! Ryzen 7, GTX 1080 TI, & Phanteks Shift
I've knocked a star off purely for the stock fan that comes with the AIO. It gets loud/noisy with apparent motor whine when running over 1400 RPM. But YMMV. Paired with a Corsair's ML 120, it does a fantastic job keeping the CPU cool under OC and full synthetic testing as well. The 27mm thick rad is the perfect for this build, and allows me to accommodate another AIO into the build if needed for the GPU.
- 49 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build Shifty ZenStrix
Works and looks great, operates quietly, fan quality seems decent with rubber dampers, installation was a snap. Easily cooling my overclocked Ryzen 1600X in a mITX case. Mine has sync'd up to ASUS Aura flawlessly on my B350-I motherboard.
It would be 5 starts but I took 1 star off as the middle third of my LED strip appears to be out of sync and displays the incorrect colour.
- 28 points
- 16 months ago
from completed build Shifty 1600X Productivity Build
BARELY fits in the Phanteks Evolv Shift. I mean the class may touch the acrylic pipe! But no pressure to close the glass side panel at all. Keeps temps in the 30's when just using the system everyday. The mounting brackets are no the sexist thing ever made however and the RBG is simply solid.
- 25 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build Project SHIFT
Aesthetically, this cooler is cool AF ( no pun intended). It came with an extra LED strip and LED control just in case your motherboard didn't have the pins for LED control. Noise wise, I can barely hear the pump and the fan that came with it is pretty quiet. My only gripe is that the LED colors is only one dimensional.
- 18 points
- 12 months ago
from completed build RY23480V3
Provides great value through it's cooling capacity, which is far from the best, but still a very nice option for the cost if you want great RGB lighting in a decent package for less. Specifically, it keeps my Ryzen 7 1700X running at room temperature (26 C) when idle or doing minor tasks, and only going to the 40s at most when playing games.
Visually, the RGB lighting on the cooling block is superb and is compatible with most motherboard RGB lighting software, such as ASUS Aura Sync and Gigabyte RGB Fusion. As a bonus, an LED strip with appropriate connectors is included, allowing you to give your build extra flare.
Lastly, for those who dislike shameless branding covering their components, this cooler has rather minimal branding; rather than have a backlit logo, Deepcool opted for a more simplistic yet elegant design, with branding on the sides of the cooling block and fan.
- 11 points
- 21 days ago
from completed build Kakarot!!! First build!
Clearance is an issue with the motherboard in this case. the glass tube is right on the glass. It cools decently, though I think adding new thermal paste will improve performance.
- 4 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build a build for a little bit of everything
rgb looks great and it cools my cpu down pretty well looks pretty good too. would recommend!
- 3 points
- 8 days ago
from completed build 54PPH1R3
Not the greatest performance, but it's better than cheaper solutions from other brands. I've tested this against a CM ML240L RGB, which costs the same, and they both gave almost identical results.
It looks nice, and would be good for a mini ITX build with a windowed side panel.
- Intel Core i3-8350K (@5.0GHz)
- GeForce GTX 1060 3GB
- AMD Ryzen 7 1700X (@3.8GHz)
- GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
- Intel Core i3-8100
- GeForce GTX 1060 6GB