|Series||ICE BLADE 200M|
|Item model number||ICE BLADE 200M|
|Item Weight||12.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.25 x 7.5 x 4.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.25 x 7.5 x 4.5 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||February 29, 2016|
DEEPCOOL ICE BLADE 200M CPU Cooler Dual 8mm Heatpipes 2x 92mm Fans INTEL/AMD AM4 Compatible
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- Core Touch Technology ensures perfect contact between heat pipe and CPU surface. Air flow - 42.95 CFM. Noise level - 30.1 decibels
- Dual 92mm fans deliver sufficient airflow to disperse the heat
- PWM function keeps a perfect balance between airflow and noise
- Multiple mounting kits for all current CPU sockets
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DEEPCOOL ICE BLADE 200M CPU Cooler Dual F8mm Heat pipes and Dual 92mm Fans Support Socket LGA 2011
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For those mounting to an AMD board: DO NOT FORCE THE CLIPS. I noticed some folks on YouTube were able to clip the heat sink in without any problems but for me that was just not possible with my board. Even after clipping in the small clip first (as recommended on YouTube), the large side was so far off that even after applying some pressure it was not even close to clipping in. It might have been fine but I just didn't want to risk damaging a brand new board. So after fiddling with it for a bit the below solution worked out perfect. It's probably recommended somewhere online but I never came across it.
1) Loosen the board-supplied brackets to the point where it's barely hooked into the mother board's back plate, but still connected, giving you plenty of vertical leeway
2) Add thermal paste to CPU
3) Carefully align and place the heat sink directly on top
4) While holding the heat sink with one hand carefully and slightly lean it to one side, and with the other hand lift up the corresponding board bracket to meet it half way up, and clip it in. Although ideally you don't want to disturb the TP, as you can see by my temps I don't have any issues with my connection, including during load.
5) Do the same to the second clip and then finish screwing in the board brackets to the board's back plate. I'm sure some will say to just force in the clips, but this way worked best for me. Hopefully this helps someone out there!
The only negative I have is the bottom of the cooler, where it contacts the top of the CPU is not completely smooth. As the heat pipes run through it, even though they are flat, there are gaps between the aluminum and the heat pipes. Using Arctic Silver on the cpu, usually I put a single drop on the middle of the CPU and let it spread out when attaching the cooler. In this case I used a new single-edge razor blade to spread it on the CPU completely, in a very thin coat. Then I attached the cooler.
Update: When I got my I9-9900k the plastic used to attach it to the motherboard would not work. I chucked it. Had to buy another one noctua nh-d15. I lowered my rating because of it. Cheap! They could of made it with stronger plastic or metal. no good.
Ok, so I have an Intel Core i5 8400, I'm not overclocking or anything like that, but what I hated about the stock fan is that anytime my CPU usage got up to even 30 or 40%, the fan became very loud and annoying. Higher CPU usage meant it got even louder.
With the Gammaxx 400 installed, it's just as quite (or maybe even more so) than the stock cooler at low usage, but I maxed my CPU - all cores at 100% for 5 minutes, and I never even noticed a difference in the CPU fan sound. The RPMs did increase a bit from around 900 to about 1200, but with no noticeable increase in noise. The blue LED is a nice touch.
When I first received it, I was nervous that it wasn't going to fit in my mid sized ATX case with the side closed, but I guess it must have cleared by millimeters, because it closed easily and the heat pipes don't appear to touch the side. If your case is on the smaller side, you might want to double-check dimensions. My case is what I would consider to be about average.
We'll see what happens over time, but so far I love it. Even completely maxed out for 5 minutes, my CPU temperature never went over 60 degrees C, and no discernible difference in fan noise. Great product!
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I ordered this heatsink and fan based on other reviews but forgot one small detail - it's MASSIVE compared to really old fans and heatsinks (remember when CPUs didn't even HAVE fans? Anyway...)
Operating temp went from a max of 91C to around 40C under load.
The fan is whisper quiet and really well put together, installation was a doddle and it already comes with thermal paste on the base so you don't need any.
Already very very pleased with this purchase, well worth the money - just make sure you measure your case! It stands about 26cm off the motherboard which equates to about 29cm off the baseplate of my case, the funnel of the fan JUST fits beneath the case panel when replaced - but I think I was lucky.
monto una CPU Ryzen 5 3600 in case ben ventilato.
Sono passato idle 38°C a 31°C e in full load 100% dopo 10minuti (scenario teorico possibile solo nei benchmark) addirittura da 90°C a 65°C.
In gioco non ho visto mai temperature superare i 60°C. mediamente sui 50-55.
A regime di medio carico la ventola è silenziosissima mentre si avverte a stento in full load mentre era molto fastidiosa quella stock di AMD.
Montaggio abbastanza semplice. Montato senza bisogno di smontare la MOBO.
Didemi adesso voi se per 20 euro non posso che straconsigliarvi questo prodotto.
Non cercate oltre e comprate immediatamente.
Even with my purchase of 2 extra fans 4 pin pwm arctic cooling F12's it was still better than some of the competition. There are plenty of cpu coolers of very similar design to this with 1 fan and some very similar with 2 adding an extra £10 to the cost with the fans it was still competitive and the cooling is great. I am just waiting for my 3 way fan splitter now so i can run the 2 cpu cooler fans and the rear case fan off the cpu fan header (you can run upto 4 per header, header is typically 1A and fans take 0.25A each) so when it gets warmer (or maybe i should say if) they will all work at the same speed.
I purchased this tower cooler as it can use the standard AMD mobo mount, however the spring clip can be awkward to install. The instructions are not very clear, however plenty of tube vids show correct way to hook the first clip and snap the second on. Pushing down on the cooler to get the clip attached, I bent the top fin, but easily pushed back with a credit card.
Following installation, my thermal margin (on AMD overdrive) has improved significantly and the cooler is a lot quieter at full load than previous.
Pity the Deepcool's AM4 / Ryzen optional metal connectors to the motherboard are only the cheaper side spring-clips like on some older AMD heat-sinks which anchor to the 2 optional plastic lugs that come with the mobo anchored to the base plate.
I would prefer them to be more like the screw-down Intel connectors that come with the Deepcool which are more robust as they directly screw into the 4 hole metal base plate under the motherboard.
Why? After having plastic Intel (i7 and Xeon) lugs breaking in the past and AMD higher temps you want peace of mind - my personal preference - especially if your PC is moved around a lot as less to go wrong in transit with a tall cooler like this one..
However, this is partnered with two extra case fans blowing air in through the front (one blowing over my gpu, the other over my CPU), so not sure what the performance would be like without them. But for the price of this cooler, this is the perfect replacement for anyone with a stock cooler.
The aluminium fins are extremely thin (and sharp), and easily bent out of shape. That said, they can easily be bent back!
Ambient temps went from 44-48 with the Wraith down to 36 with the GAMMAXX and peak temperatures were up to 80 with the Spire which dropped to 66 with the GAMMAXX.
The AM4 bracket fits well and seems to make good contact with the IHS.
One thing I did was to use my red DeepCool GF120 fan instead of the included blue LED one from my old Deepcool Maelstrom 120 closed loop cooler which is not AM4 compatible. Not sure if the fan swap has helped my thermals but I'd guess even with the stock fan, things are good.