DeepCool released an AG400 ARGB tower counter with four heat tubes

DeepCool released an AG400 ARGB tower counter with four heat tubes

DeepCool announced universal processor coolers AG400 BK ARGB and AG400 WH ARGB for game desktop computers.

The first of the two innovations has been done in black, the second in white. There is a multi-colored ARGB sublight. It is possible to set and synchronize the effects with the ASUS Aura Sync, the Gigabyte RGB Fusion, the MSI Mystic Light Sync, the ASRock Polychrome Sync and the Razer Chroma RGB.

There are four U-type heat tubes 6 mm in diameter passing through the radiator. They are in direct contact with the processor lid, which improves the heat output efficiency. The lower part contains a press plate that serves as a small auxiliary radiator.

The design includes a 120 mm diameter and 25 mm thickness fan. The speed of rotation is controlled by broadbanding between 500 and 2,000 revolutions per minute. The air flow is up to 129 cubic metres per hour and the static pressure is up to 2.53 mm water column. The maximum noise level is 31.6 dBA.

The AG400 ARGB cooler can be used with AMD Socket AM5/AM4 chips and Intel LGA1700/1200/1151/1150/1155, with a TDP of 220 W. Information on the price of the novel is not yet available.