Deepcool and Gamerstorm unveil goodies at Computex

More RGB products

Deepcool and Gamerstorm have unveiled a wide range of products at Computex 2018. The products include three RGB liquid coolers, one RGB air cooler, a case series and a power supply series. In this news we will focus on the RGB coolers.


As we mentioned above, Deepcool has unveiled three RGB liquid coolers that belong to two different series. With the Castle RGB series, Deepcool offers two coolers with 240mm and 280mm radiators. The closed-loop cooler is compatible with all modern sockets from AMD (including AM4) and Intel (including LGA2066). At the moment it isn't compatible with AMD's socket TR4.

The lighting of the Deepcool Castle AIO RGB cooler can be controlled using the included wired controller or the motherboard software. The Castle 240mm and 280mm RGB from Deepcool will become available next month for $109.99 US and $129.99 US respectively.

Furthermore the company has unveiled the Captain 240Pro, a CPU liquid cooler that can automatically adjust the water pressure inside the cooler. According to the manufacturer, in this way the cooler can ensure a better operation and overall life. In addition, the cooler integrates addressable RGB LEDs that can be syncronized with other components. This cooler will be available in August for $119.99 US.

Last but not least, Deepcool has shown the Gammaxx GT TGA CPU cooler. This tower cooler sports four copper heatpipes and several aluminum fins. Design wise, the Gammaxx GT TGA features several RGB LEDs and it comes with some TUF accents that might look great with a TUF motherboard. This product will be available in July for $44.99 US.







Source: Deepcool

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini


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