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DEEPCOOL Ice Wind Pro Review

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If you need to keep your CPU running cool to hit the next overclock, our latest review should interest you. Read along in the OCC review of the DEEPCOOL Ice Wind Pro - http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/deepcool_icewindpro/

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Looks good.

What about the price?

Although deepcool products are rarely seen, I saw one deepcool cooler just like Noctua D14 few days ago.

Its nice to have more competition (!) in the market.

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That's an oddball mounting setup for Intel...but I like it! For a cheap cooler it performs quite well at load too. :cool2:

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Hmm. Then considering its price, Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO wins due to lower pricing.

 

That's what I thought to.

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Despite the CM 212 EVO being better value, it is still nice to see other coolers filling the gap before you get to the more expensive coolers.

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Despite the CM 212 EVO being better value, it is still nice to see other coolers filling the gap before you get to the more expensive coolers.

 

Who cares about them, unless the price is low? :dunno:

Edited by d6bmg

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Due to the feedback, I have a CM 212 Evo that I will be using for comparison in some upcoming reviews so stay tuned for that!

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Due to the feedback, I have a CM 212 Evo that I will be using for comparison in some upcoming reviews so stay tuned for that!

 

Thanks a lot!

That will be great. :thumbsup:

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My unofficial CM Hyper 212 Evo numbers on the same setup/ambient temperature:

 

Stock IDLE: 32°C

Stock LOAD: 55°C

 

Overclocked IDLE: 36°C

Overclocked LOAD: 67°C

 

So, it seemed to match or beat this Deepcool by 1°C.

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