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DeepCool Liquid Cooler LT520 240mm 4th Gen Dual-Chamber Pump 3100RPM Multidimensional Infinity Mirror ARGB Block 280w TDP AIO Cooler Anti-Leak Tech CPU Water Cooler for AMD AM4/AM5 LGA 1700/1200

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This means that coolers that kept previous generation products like the i9-10900K nice and cool sometimes struggle to keep Intel's i9-12900K under Tj max–the top temperature before the CPU starts to throttle. Many coolers, including DeepCool’s last generation CASTLE EX AIOs, failed to keep the i9-12900K under TJ max when power limits are removed in workloads like Cinebench and OCCT when I’ve tested them. Tier 2: These coolers are able to keep the i9-12900K under the TJ max threshold with CPU power limits of 200W enforced. I expect most liquid coolers and the best air coolers to meet this standard. The cooler is an AIO and has no clearance issue for the RAM and PCIe slot. However, make sure that your case supports 240mm AIO. The dimension of the radiator without fans is 282x120x27mm (LxWxH). With fans, the dimension is 282x120x53mm (height is increased). Performance Benchmarks

In terms of total wattage this liquid cooler can handle, DeepCool’s LT520 shows the strength of their 4th generation pump design – handling 288W (on average) during the course of the Cinebench testing. This is similar performance to BeQuiet’s and Enermax’ offerings of this size class, and even 360mm models from Arctic & MSI that I’ve tested on Tom’s Hardware ( see results here). In addition to testing Cinebench without power limits enforced, we’ll also be showing results when the CPU’s power consumption is limited to a more reasonable 200W. We’ll also show results at 125W for those who prefer whisper-quiet cooling, at the cost of some performance. For both of these results, we’ll show traditional delta over ambient temperature results. This new architecture will have a direct impact on the appearance of the CPU, as Alder Lake features an You Prefer Easy Installation: The cooler offers installation with 14 components for AMD CPUs, suitable for users valuing straightforward setup. Don’t Buy It If:The included DeepCool FK120 Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) PWM fans are that are returned and balanced to perfection for both performance and operational efficiency. The sturdy frame and fluid dynamic bearings offer stable and long-term reliability. The FK120 fans included feature a dynamic PWM range than their retail counterparts. The Fluid Dynamic Bearing design provides dynamic PWM range, supreme airflow, near silent operation at ≤32.9 dB(A) full load noise, and 50,000 hours of long operational lifespan. The LT series AIO coolers support most major RGB synchronization software to coordinate your colors and control different lighting effect to match personalize your system.

One thing I like about DeepCool’s fans is that they have indicators showing the direction the fans spin and the direction of the airflow – this makes it easy for a person new to building PCs to know which direction the fans should be installed. Fan Model You Require Low Noise: It has a fairly high overall noise output, so may not be suitable for users prioritizing a quieter system. will be more powerful than previous generations through the use of high-performance efficient cores. We are thankful to DeepCool for providing the testing unit. Awards Received By The Deepcool LT520 Cooler While most AIOs on the market are based on Asetek designs, DeepCool’s AIOs use a 4th generation pump designed in house by DeepCool. It utilizes a 3-phase drive motor which runs at up to 3100RPM, and features an improved microchannel design for better coolant flow vs previous generation products. Image Source: DeepCool FansThere is no dedicated A-RGB controller provided with the cooler. There is no hub provided with the cooler either. The terminal connectors are 4-pin PWM and 3-pin, 5V, and A-RGB ones. The A-RGB lighting is compatible with: Unauthorized repairs to a DeepCool product will void the coverage offered by the warranty policy. DeepCool reserves the right to refuse to service any product which has been altered, modified or repaired by non-DeepCool service personnel.

We recorded 50 dB(A) noise output from these fans at an ambient of 32 dB(A). The fans are loud at full speed and I would suggest PWM Auto control or custom fan curve. Should You Buy It? While stress testing in Cinebench, I run both with power limits removed and with an enforced 200W CPU power limit. In this test setup using MSI’s z690 A Pro DDR4 Motherboard and Be Quiet’s Silent Base 802 Computer Case. Only the best coolers are able to pass Cinebench testing when power limits are removed. Dropping the power consumption of the CPU causes the noise of the LT520’s fans to drop ~5 dBA vs full speed noise levels, bring the noise measurement down to 48 dBA.While it was fairly easy with previous generations of CPUs for coolers to keep the flagship i9 processor well under TJ max (the maximum temperature a CPU can sustain without throttling) in tough workloads, this is no longer realistically possible on current generation CPUs (and the 13900K especially) without extreme cooling (or enabling power limits). Tier 3: These coolers are able to keep the i9-12900K under TJ max with CPU power limits of 140W enforced. Testing Methodology more performance, not every compatible cooler available has the LGA1700 mounting hardware included in To test the limits of a cooler's thermal dissipation capabilities, I run two primary stress tests: Cinebench and OCCT each for 10 minutes. While this may be a short amount of time, it is sufficient to push most coolers–air and liquid–to their limits.

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