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Almost never spotted in the wild, Noctua engineers have been responsible for some of the finest sandwiches [sorry, coolers - Ed] in human history. If you catch a glimpse of Zardon in the lab, with his 2600k nuts clocked past 5GHz and the breeze from the cooling solution blowing his hair back, then you can be sure it will be a Noctua. But a small outfit from Beijing wants to change all that. Enter the DeepCool.
So far, the Austrians have remained safe. Despite a lot of claims from Taiwanese cooling brands, the Austrian Sandwich has remained alone – leading the world for air cooling. Over at Distree 2012 in Monte Carlo, the extremely friendly Julia Yu was on hand to explain why China was ready to challenge the world.
“We have every solution you could need”, she announced. “From entry level cooler with strong focus on price through to our new prototype coolers which are the best”.

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We’d need to test the claim in KitGuru Lab, but she seemed happy enough with the statement. We asked Julia which cooler she would put up against Arctic and Thermaltake in the value segment.
“Definitely the Ice Wind Pro, it has a very good price. Very competitive”.
And at the high end, which cooler is Julia expecting to use in order to challenge Noctua’s NH-D14?
“We have new prototype called FrostWin”, she said with a smile. “We will have more information for CeBIT and definitely mass production for Computex”.

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KitGuru says: At the high end, the DeepCool FrostWin will win or lose entirely based on technical merit. Move under the £20/$25 mark and the equation changes completely. Every dollar becomes its own private war zone and system builders in particular need to fight tooth and nail to save each and every dollar. If DeepCool can find a smart way to ship out to the West, without picking up additional margin hikes in Hong Kong or Taiwan, then they could become a force. Tough, but possible.

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Here in DeepCool Webpage Product List We can Also see 2 towers heatsink that can be the new budget heatsink in the market

DeepCool FrostWin

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Which has this features:

Equipped with multiple clips to support Intel LGA2011/1366/1156/1155/775 and AMD FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2.
4 sintered powder heatpipes directly touch the CPU surface and conduct heat from the processor quickly to protect it from overheating.
Twin tower heatsinks give superb cooling performance.
Dual super silent 120mm fans, one with PWM function, offer a perfect balance between airflow and noise.
Patented Core Touch Technology (CTT) gives perfect contact with the CPU surface.

and supports

Application For
Intel Socket 130W

LGA2011/LGA1366/LGA1155/LGA1156/LGA775
Core i7/i5/i3
Core 2 Extreme
Core 2 Quad
Core 2 Duo
Pentium/Pentium G
Pentium D/Pentium 4
Celeron Dual-Core
Celeron/Celeron D


AMD Socket 125W

FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2
FX X8/X6/X4
A8/A6/A4
Phenom II X6/X4/X3/X2
Phenom X4/X3
Athlon II X4/X3/X2
Athlon X2
Athlon/Athlon FX
Business Class
Sempron

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Pics

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http://www.deepcool-us.com/ProductPic/ProductPic/BigPic/20120313175758224507.jpg
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http://www.deepcool-us.com/ProductPic/ProductPic/BigPic/20120313175631587.jpg
Edited by PontiacGTX - 4/26/12 at 9:20am
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already got my sample and will start to test it soon and post the results thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Elohim View Post

already got my sample and will start to test it soon and post the results thumb.gif

They offered you a sample to test with? Very jealous here. redface.gif
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They offered you a sample to test with? Very jealous here. redface.gif

my god me too xD

which will be the test setup?whcih will be the other heatsinks?

I´d recommend you test it with Prolimatech single tower, Noctua NH C14, FRIO OCK, to see how powerfull is biggrin.gif
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thats not up to debate really wink.gif
http://www.pc-max.de/charts/prozessorkuehler
these will be the ones i test it with.

And this will be probably somewhat in between the 212Evo and the Thermalright HR-02 Macho... as far as performance and price goes.
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