Review: DeepCool Mystique 360

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DeepCool Mystique 360 Review

DeepCool recently introduced the Mystique 360 AIO Watercooler, a 360mm all-in-one liquid cooling system designed for contemporary desktop PCs. This new addition to the Mystique Series integrates a digital LCD display into the pump block to provide real-time system information.The Mystique 360 cooler is equipped with a triple 120mm fan radiator setup, designed to offer optimal cooling efficiency. It features an innovative internal structure that aims to deliver enhanced performance through effective heat dissipation. The unit includes a 5th generation pump with a 3-phase, 6-slot 4-pole motor, capable of rotating up to 3400 rpm, designed to operate efficiently with a low noise level of 21 dB(A). However, testing indicated that the pump's noise was more noticeable than expected during speed adjustments by PWM fan signals.

DeepCool has also developed specialized control software that increases the cooler’s functionality and improves the user interface, making it more adaptable to user needs. The company pre-installs the fans and applies thermal paste to the cooling block, facilitating easier installation. Extensive testing of the Mystique 360 confirms its capability to meet performance expectations, making it a compelling choice for users in need of a robust cooling solution in the competitive market of PC hardware.


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The DeepCool Mystique 360 all-in-one cooler includes several advanced technical features. It is equipped with a 2.8-inch IPS LCD screen on the pump top, offering a resolution of 640 x 480. This screen is capable of displaying system information, custom images, and gifs, and is managed through the DeepCool DeepCreative software. This software provides an intuitive interface for controlling the display settings. Anyway, let's get onwards into the review.

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