DEEP COOL GAMMAXX 400R CPU Air Cooler with 4 Heatpipes, 120mm PWM Fan and Red LED for Intel/AMD CPUs(AM4 Compatible)
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- Supports Intel Socket 130W LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X/LGA775 and AMD Socket 125W AM4/FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2
- 120x120x25mm PWM fan with red LED
- 4 sintered powder heatpipes directly touch the CPU surface
- Easy installation without moving the motherboard
- Extra fan clips provided allow adding a second fan
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Based on 4 copper direct contact heatpipes and striking red LED lighting, DEEPCOOL GAMMAXX 400 includes a PWM controlled fan and delivers a maximum of 74.34 CFM volume air flow with low noise and turbulence, becoming one of the most popular CPU cooling solution that provides minimum thermal resistance, excellent ease of use, and outstanding reliability.
Universal Socket Compatibility with Easy Installation
Supports up to 130W Intel CPUs LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X/LGA775
Supports up to 125W AMD CPUs AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1
Direct Contact Heatpipes
Extreme high capacity of 4 copper heatpipes is installed with direct CPU contact for rapid heat transfer. Direct contact eliminates a thermal resistance and keeps continuous contact between CPU and cooler thereby increasing efficiency.
High performance PWM Fan
The cooling fan combines high static pressure and large air flow with LED lighting. Wide-range PWM function gives you total control between low noise and high performance.
High-Density Aluminum Fins
Our High-Density Aluminum Fins with solid copper heatpipes are designed for rapid heat dissipation, improving the cooling performance during operation.
Unique-Designed Fan Clips
The fan clips allows the fan and the heatsink to combine tightly. In addition, the clips make assembly and dismantling more easily when installed.
|GAMMAXX 400 RED||GAMMAXX 400||GAMMAXX 400 WHITE||NEPTWIN V2||NEPTWIN WHITE||NEPTWIN RGB|
|Intel CPU Socket||LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X/LGA775||LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X/LGA775||LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X/LGA775||LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X/LGA775||LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X/LGA775||LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X/LGA775|
|AMD CPU Socket||AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1||AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1||AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1||AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1||AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1||AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.3"x 3.1"x 6.1"(135x80x154.5mm)||5.3"x 3.1"x 6.1"(135x80x154.5mm)||5.3"x 3.1"x 6.1"(135x80x154.5mm)||5"x 5.4"x 6.26"(126x136x159mm)||5"x 5.4"x 6.26"(126x136x159mm)||5"x 5.3"x 6.22"(126X134X158mm)|
|Heatsink||4 heatpipes||4 heatpipes||4 heatpipes||6 heatpipes||6 heatpipes||6 heatpipes|
|LED/RGB||Red LED fan||Blue LED fan||White LED fan||2 Blue LED fans||2 White LED fans||2 RGB fans|
|Fan Size||120x120x25mm||120x120x25mm||120x120x25mm||120x120x25mm (2pcs)||120x120x25mm (2pcs)||120x120x25mm (2pcs)|
|PWM Fan||1 PWM fan||1 PWM fan||1 PWM fan||1 PWM fan, 1 non-PWM fan||1 PWM fan, 1 non-PWM fan||2 PWM fans|
|Fan Speed||PWM: 900±150-1500±10%RPM||PWM: 900±150-1500±10%RPM||PWM: 900±150-1500±10%RPM||PWM: 900±150-1500±10%RPM / Non PWM: 1300±10%RPM||PWM: 900±150-1500±10%RPM / Non PWM: 1300±10%RPM||PWM: 500-1500±10%RPM|
|Fan Noise Level||17.8~30dB(A)||17.8~30dB(A)||17.8~30dB(A)||17.8~30dB(A) / 26.1dB(A)||17.8~30dB(A) / 26.1dB(A)||≤27dB(A)|
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This is dead wrong.
If you are installing the CPU cooler outside of the case, then watch the deepcool video on AM4 installation. It takes them less than 10 seconds to mount the CPU cooler. The guy hooks one side to the bracket 1, then slides the cooler over to bracket 2. Then he hooks the cpu cooler to bracket 2.
I installed the CPU in the case, so I didn't have enough clearance to slide the CPU cooler. Instead I used the hook on bracket 1 as a pivot and angled the CPU to hook the cooler to the bracket 2. It took me 30 seconds.
Additionally, people complain that this CPU cooler is not AM4 compatible because they lost their AM4 brackets. Really? Come on. Someone even complained about the mounting bracket being wrong because they used the intel LGA 1151 bracket and expected it to work with AM4. What? Don't believe me? Just read through the 3 star and lower reviews.
I was slightly hesitant to buy this CPU because of the 4 star rating, but a quick skim through the 3 star and lower reviews made me remember people will complain about everything like the fins being low quality or too sharp (aluminum fins tend to be sharp).
I was thinking of getting a 212 evo because I had one for my old intel build, but I quickly realized that the 212 evo has been ousted and is merely coasting on its former reputation.
Ultimately, the Gammax is a budget cpu cooler that works: it keeps my Ryzen 1600 at 3.8 GHz under 60 C with prime95 small FFTs. It's a $20 cooler that works leagues better than the Wraith Stealth. Any QC issues with regards to missing parts can be solved with a return. I didn't run into any problems at all.
One thing that stands out about this product is that it's *clearly* a budget design. The GAMMAX 400 has a cheap mounting bracket, it's a little short so the fan was obstructed by my RAM, and to put it kindly the materials don't exactly feel premium.
After sorting out a few of the problems such as finding the exact orientation I could mount it, reversing the fan, and enduring the frustrating mounting process I can tell you that it gets the job done. My CPU went from a 35c idle (this itself an improvement from 45-50c after repasting with Arctic MX4) to a 20c idle and 61c under load with thermal throttling to a stable 36c under load I can say that that without a doubt this thing works. I suspect that if I didn't have to reorient the fan that I'd see further improvements in my thermals. It's a bit louder than other similar (but more expensive) units but it's damn-near silent compared to the stock cooler which kicks into jet engine levels of noise if the processor reaches room temperature.
This is not a solution for the feint of heart. You won't know if your paste is spread evenly until you boot into your system and stress test it because it's just so damn hard to install and will woble and shake as you try to do so. But to anyone on a budget who has the experience or patience you will get performance similar to something twice it's price, so despite my low review score I wholly recommend this to anyone who wants to save a few bucks. Not so much to anyone else.
I would have rated it 3.5 if I could but 4 is more misleading than 3 so that's what I rated it.