Deepcool LT720 LCS Cooler Review

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DeepCool has altered the package style of its goods, which I believe is pretty beautiful and practical. All of the information is printed on the paperboard surface of the cardboard box.




DeepCool was on the right track with the LS series, which had easy-to-install coolers and FC120 fans that could be chained together for a clean look and quick cable management since only one cable powered all the fans. With the LT looks are getting better because the newer LT series has a much nicer water block/pump cover design.



Half of the cube-shaped cover is transparent, revealing an RGB-lit infinity mirror made up of multiple rectangular segments that can be synchronised using the control software provided by any of the mainstream motherboard manufacturers.  According to the company, Mondrian's geometric paintings served as inspiration for the so-called "multi-dimensional infinite mirror" design.




The LT series, with both 360mm and 240mm options, appears to share the LS series' radiator and the FK120 FDB fans of the AK500 tower cooler.The block supports AM5/AM4, LGA2066/LGA2011, or LGA 1700/1200/115x.


The block needs an aRGB 5V source though. But most modern motherboards offer that.


Not a mirror finish, but very flat, also thermal grease is pre-applied. I do wish manufacturers would stop doing so, just add a small syringe of TIM is all I'm asking. 


And yes, you can easily take off the top cover infinity RGB unit. ANd that will help you mount this kit ;)

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