Review: Deepcool LE720 -360 mm AIO cooler

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Today, we are reviewing a 360 mm variant of an AIO cooler from the Deepcool LE720. The last liquid coolers from this Taiwanese company we had a chance to check were Deepcool LT720 and Deepcool LS720. The LE is less expensive than both of the mentioned models. It also has a 27 mm thick radiator and three 120 mm fans.

There are two sizes to choose from:

  • 240 mm (LE520)
  • 360 mm (the one reviewed here)

And two colors:

  • White
  • Black (which we got)

There are also LE500 Marrs (240 mm radiator) and LE300 Marrs (120 mm radiator), which have green LEDs. The Deepcool LE720 uses an All-in-One formula, with a radiator and pump coupled into a single loop and aided by fans (3 x 120 mm). Speaking of fans, they are PWM-controlled 120 mm units with 500-2250 rpm. They should provide a fast heat transfer thanks to their high static pressure and good performance. The airflow is 85.85 cfm, the maximum noise is 32.9 dBA, and the static pressure is 3.27 mmH2O. Anti-Leak technology is also found in the LE720; the internal valve regulates pressure. The LE720 can cope with a 250 W TDP CPU; the LE520 should handle a 220 W TDP processor.

The radiator sizes are 402 (L) x 120 (W) x 27 (H) mm (L x W x H). The weight is 1570 g (Fan, Radiator, Pump, Tubes The Deepcool LE720 is compatible with the following CPU sockets:

  • AMD – AM5, AM4
  • Intel – 1700/1200/115x/


As for the lighting effects, the major brands’ software is supported. The lighting can be adjusted via a 5 V ARGB header on the motherboard to sync it all up. We want to underline that we’re using the i9 13900K Raptor Lake processor to check the cooler and AMD Ryzen 9 7900X (previously, the systems had Intel Core i9 12900K and Ryzen 7 3700X). Deepcool LE720 is sold at an MSRP of 99.99 EUR. The warranty period is three years. So, let’s head to the specs/feature page, shall we?

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