DeepCool LS720 WH Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Summer is starting to wind down here in the US, with temperatures slowly creeping out of the 100s and 90s. Staying cool is usually my number one priority this time of year, but for my PC, staying cool is a year-round priority. Thankfully, DeepCool knows this and recently released a new line of liquid coolers called the Infinity Series, of which we’ll be looking at the LS720 WH. The LS720 WH is the white version of the LS720 (the LS720 is the black version), and features a 360mm radiator, ARGB fans, DeepCool’s 4th generation pump and more. Let’s see how the LS720 WH handles some summer heat.

Special thanks to DeepCool for providing the LS720 WH review sample!

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Specifications:

DeepCool LS720 WH

DeepCool LS720 WH

packaging

DeepCool has done a good job providing retail packaging that not only shows off the product but also has a very modern look. The box itself is a pretty standard brown cardboard box with some DeepCool marketing, while a white sleeve surrounds the left 3/4 of the box. The front of the box shows a picture of the LS720 WH, with its full RGB lighting, as well as a big appeal to the cooler’s anti-leak technology.

DeepCool LS720 WH

The back of the box has a large list of specs, which I really appreciate as it makes it much easier for a customer to compare products when shopping in a retail environment. The anti-leak technology is also highlighted in some images and text boxes.

DeepCool LS720 WH

As we find with most AIOs, the LS720 WH is internally held in a form-fitting molded cardboard shell. This design provides excellent protection for all components and keeps them in place during shipment.

DeepCool LS720 WH

Included with the LS720 WH are all the mounting brackets, cables and hardware you need for installation, as well as documentation to help with installation and information.

DeepCool LS720 WH

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