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Date: August 26th, 2010
Article by: Damian (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: DeepCool
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PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH



I'm really impressed with the size of the Gamerstorm cooler. Not only that the mirror polished fins and heatpipes make it visually stunning to look at. Speaking of fins, this cooler has a rather unique fin array, totaling approximately 48, which are spaced out just enough to dissipate heat more efficiently than a cooler with a tightly crammed fin array.




What really caught my attention was the top of the cooler where DEEPCOOL displays their logo in the very reflective, mirror polished fin. You can get an idea of how well this cooler has been polished with the very mirror like status in the last picture, so much so that it was a magnet for finger prints!



The cooler make use of approximately six copper heatpipes that connect to a very robust and somewhat complex nickel plated base.



The base shows that it too features a flat and mirror polished base. I can only imagine how well this will work out come the testing segment for this review.

 

 


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