DeepCool Captain 240 PRO review

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DeepCool Captain 240PROLeak free with a new pressure regulator

We test and review the DeepCool Captain 240 PRO, the kit has been updated with an improved All-in-One Liquid cooling kit is very decent in performance for an AIO with a 240mm rad. Next to that the pump and radiator fans now come with proper addressable RGB LED lighting as well as an included RGB controller. You can link that up with SYNC control from the (check support) or a new 5-port RGB hub, which is included.

CAPTAIN Series is an all-in-one liquid cooling solution for desktop PCs and is available in 120mm, 240mm and 360mm versions, all of them feature several techniques like SS design (Separated Section), visible liquid flow and a little boom-boom-pow thanks to LED lightening. new is the addition of an automatic pressure regulating radiator. With this new technology, any pressure within the circulation system will be released into the air, Captain Pro has no reason to leak.

The 240 kit that we test is a self-contained (AIO) CPU cooling unit based on liquid cooling. It does not require much setup installation. With a pump and radiator ship pressure tested, pre-filled, and sealed directly from the factory to provide maintenance-free operation for years. This ease of use extends to its support of the latest Intel and AMD sockets including AM4 and SP3 for Threadripper; including the latest Intel LGA 1155/1156/2011 and most AMD sockets. The Captain PRO series is equipped with high-density water microchannel and copper block to offer efficient thermal conduct along with 240 mm X 27 mm Aluminum fin. Fan replacement is available with the standard built-in mounting holes. 

New for the PRO is the updated design and the usage of rubberized silent TF 120 double-blade fans. Well, let's find out, but have a look at what's being tested today first. 


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