Deepcool LT720 LCS Cooler Review

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DeepCool has recently released AIO CPU coolers that not only cool well, but also look great. For cooling, the new LT Series combines fans with high static pressure and radiators up to 360mm in size. Infinity mirrors on the CPU core make these coolers stand out, especially when combined with RGB lighting. The brand’s fourth-generation water pump powers LT series CPU coolers. They have new flow channels, an improved brass block, and a three-phase drive motor that spins at 3,100 rpm. The method of setting up the channels ensures that the coolant flows well through the entire liquid coolant. The pump is covered in ARGB infinity mirrors, providing a unique look.

These units come with PWM FK120 Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) fans, the same ones used in AK series air CPU coolers, for radiator cooling. At full load, these fans operate at 32.9 dB(A) and are well balanced for good, stable operation. Additionally, they have a 50,000 hour MTBF. The LT520 has a focal length of 240mm and costs $109, while the LT720 has a focal length of 360mm and costs $139. Most Intel and AMD platforms, such as Intel LGA2066 / 2011-v3 / 2011/1700/1200/1151/1150/1155 and AMD sTRX4 / sTR / AM4 / AM5, can use these coolers. FK120 fans have fluid dynamic bearings that are tuned for static pressure performance and will come with both versions. The propellers will run well and efficiently, and their fluid dynamic bearings will keep them running for a long time. FK120 fans have a dynamic PWM range, run at 32.9dB at full load, and can operate for up to 50,000 hours. DeepCool has a network of authorized retailers and distributors worldwide selling all-in-one LT Series liquid CPU coolers. All of them offer a decent five-year warranty; The units are priced (LT720) $139 and (LT520) $109. But let’s move on to the review.

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