We’ve really come to love the new design and performance of DeepCool’s latest products, and we were treated to more of them in their suite at CES 2023.
The latest cooler in the Assasin series, the Assassin IV is designed with maximum cooling capacity in mind. With a TDP rating of 280 watts, this seven-heat-pipe cooler uses both a 120mm and a 140mm FDB fan to keep your CPU cool, with room to spare in most cases. An easily accessible switch is available to switch between the silent and extreme modes to fine-tune the sound and performance to your liking.
With availability coming soon, the Assassin IV has an MSRP of $99.99.
CH560 and CH560 digital cases
Available in both black and white versions, the CH560 and CH560 Digital are high airflow enclosures that can monitor and display system temperatures and usage through an optional digital display. This display is located on the side of the case and can be configured to monitor CPU and GPU temperatures depending on your preference.
Three 140mm ARGB fans are included with the case and the cases also support 360mm radiators on the front and top of the case. On top of the PSU shroud are two additional fan mounts to provide your GPU with some extra direct cooling.
Priced around $110-120 without the screen, the case will also be available with a screen for a small price increase.
All-white LT series AIO
While not necessarily a new product, DeepCool’s LT Series AIOs are now available in an all-white design. Everything from the pump housing, hoses and clips to the radiator and fans is white. This was already a nice AIO, but this all-white offering could be a great option for builders looking for a super clean build. We expect the price to be similar to the existing LT series coolers.
Digital air coolers
Rounding things off at DeepCool is a group of existing coolers that have been updated with digital information readouts at the top to provide a quick view of temperature and usage stats. A standard ARGB header is used for the integrated LED lighting, while the digital display data requires an internal USB 2.0 port.
DeepCool indicated that they are not entirely sure which of their existing coolers would be upgraded to the digital design, but those eligible are the AS500, AK400, AG500, AK500 and AK620. We don’t have availability dates or prices yet, but expect to pay a small premium over the standard versions of these coolers.