Deepcool Assassin IV air cooler review

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Deepcool Assassin IV looks very sleek. It’s like a black box, but many should find it attractive because of the lack of ARGB LEDs or a lot of plastic. This simplicity looks good.

 

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The basic specifications of (PWM) fans (a Fluid Dynamic Bearing type with a 6-pole Fan Motor and 12 VDC)  are listed below:

  • 500~1700 RPM±10% (Performance Mode)
  • 500~1350 RPM±10% (Quiet Mode)

The fan airflow/noise/air pressure specs are stated below:

  • 79.1 CFM / 58.06 CFM /  ≤29.3 dB(A) / 2.44 mmAq / 2.1 mmAq (Performance Mode)
  • 63.76 CFM / 46.75 CFM/  ≤22.6 dB(A) / 1.58 mmAq / 1.35 mmAq  (Quiet Mode)

 

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Magnets hold the top plate.

 

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As for the radiator - it’s a dual-tower aluminium, one with many fins, so nothing that would surprise anyone.

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The quality of the CPU base of the heatsink is more than sufficient.

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The total size of the cooler is 144×147×164 mm(L×W×H) (LxWxH). As for the weight - it is 1575 g! That’s a rather huge result for such a type of cooler.

 

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There’s no RGB available here, but you can find a selector switch to choose the fans’ low-noise or high-performance mode.

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