In a world the place closed-loop liquid cooling methods have grow to be an ordinary setting for PCs with lovers, the event of air coolers has inevitably slowed down. Nonetheless, there are producers who’re at all times introducing attention-grabbing air coolers that may cool even the high-end desktop processors. One among these units is Deepcool's Murderer III, which was demonstrated at this yr's CES.
The 165mm Deepcool Murderer III consists of a large aluminum radiator with seven heatpipes and two 140mm followers. To optimize airflow and maximize efficiency, the corporate says the cooling system really has spoilers on the higher fins. This can be a somewhat uncommon technical choice. The Murderer III is designed for cooling as much as 280 W, which is enough for all high-end workstation CPUs at commonplace pace and for many overclocked desktop processors.
Aside from its cooling efficiency, Deepcool can also be certainly one of Murderer III's most vital design choices, appropriate with high-end RAM modules. As a result of excessive design of the cooler, it might avoid DIMMs with a peak of as much as 54 mm, within the case of the predecessor mannequin of 45 mm.
At the moment, Deepcool didn’t set all of the specs of the cooler, as it is going to be launched later. Nevertheless, count on that the machine weighs about 1.5 kilograms, whereas the cooler's acoustics must be conveniently restricted due to the 2 140-mm followers. And naturally it is going to be appropriate with all of AMD's and Intel's newest CPU platforms (however compatibility with TR4 stays to be seen).
Deepcool plans to promote its Mega Cooler Murderer III this Might at a RRP of $ 99.99. For Deepcool, the machine is historically bundled with a screwdriver and G-15 thermal grease.