Deepcool shows off Electro limited-edition gear and Fryzen cooler

The case-and-cooling crew from Deepcool is at CES showing off its latest goodies. The company is promoting Electro Limited Edition models of its Quadstellar four-chamber case, its New Ark 90 full tower chassis, and its Captain 240EX RGB liquid cooler. Deepcool's also showing off its upcoming Fryzen air cooler for AMD CPUs.

The Electro Limited Edition parts come in a silver-and-orange aesthetic that looks pretty modern. Aside from the new color scheme, the hardware is fundamentally unchanged from what we've seen before. The Quadstellar case is a massive four-chamber chassis with support for E-ATX motherboards and room for all sorts of hardware. Thermal sensors allow the case to open or close the vents on the front automatically.

The New Ark 90 case was first shown at CES last year, and we caught it at Computex, too. Like the Quadstellar, it's a titanic enclosure with support for E-ATX motherboards. However, it's a more conventional shape than the Quadstellar above. The New Ark 90 integrates one of Deepcool's Captain 280EX liquid-coolers, and there's a slot in the case so onlookers can appreciate the flow of coolant through the transparent tubing.

Deepcool's Captain 240EX RGB is a closed-loop CPU liquid-cooler with a 240-mm radiator and configurable RGB LED accents. It's been out for a while, but at this year's CES Deepcool is announcing a version compatible with AMD's colossal Ryzen Threadripper CPUs. The 240EX RGB comes in black-and-white besides the limited Electro edition, and its RGB LEDs can be hooked up to all of the popular motherboard RGB control circuits.

Finally, Deepcool is announcing the Fryzen air cooler for AM4 and TR4 sockets. The company says the amusingly-named cooler uses a large copper base through which six heatpipes run in parallel before curving up to pass through what appears to be a 120- or 140-mm fin stack. According to Deepcool, the Fryzen cooler will make use of a pair of "inverse double-bladed fans." The cooler's shroud has RGB LED lighting onboard with five effects built-in, and it can be connected to motherboard LED controllers.

DeepCool says it's only going to sell 100 units of each of the Electro parts this May, so if this is the look you're after, make sure you jump on them when they hit shops. The Fryzen cooler will launch a month earlier in April.

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    • ronch
    • 2 years ago

    Fry your Zen with Fryzen!!

    • ronch
    • 2 years ago

    Just curious. Anyone here using a Deepcool cooler? I’ve been using their Gammax 400 with my FX for about 5 years now, and while it works OK, I’ve never been able to remove it to reapply thermal goo. It’s just clamped on too tightly that I think I need to remove the entire board to gain better access to the clips so I could remove them from the socket, and I’m too lazy to do that.

    • Mr Bill
    • 2 years ago

    That coolant pump; I can’t see having a moving magnetic field near my CPU as a good thing.

      • Goty
      • 2 years ago

      You… you do realize your fans work on the exact same principle, right?

        • Mr Bill
        • 2 years ago

        Not as close, not as powerful, inverse square of distance.

          • Goty
          • 2 years ago

          There’s no significant difference in power consumption between a fan and a CLC water pump (typical 120mm case fans draw about 1.5W or a bit less, this pump draws a max of 1.8W) and the difference in distance is insignificant when you compare it to some of the low-profile coolers out there that cause no problems whatsoever.

          All of this is beside the point though, which is that the extremely small magnetic fields generated by the motors of fans OR water pumps will have exactly no affect on the operation of any CPU (since, y’know, their operation is not magnetic in nature.)

    • chuckula
    • 2 years ago

    [quote<]Deepcool's also showing off its upcoming Fryzen air cooler for AMD CPUs.[/quote<] That's interesting. Deepcool must have been cribbing from Krzanich's internal memos at Intel. He regularly uses "F" and "Ryzen" close together in sentences.

    • Archer
    • 2 years ago

    Fryzen is a bad name for a cpu cooler. Just as bad as Sparkle is for a PSU maker.

      • aspect
      • 2 years ago

      I like my cpu to be DeepFryzen

        • squeeb
        • 2 years ago

        lol

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