DeepCool Gamer Storm Assassin CPU Cooler Review

June 25, 2013 in Cooling, CPU, Featured, Gaming, Intel, Overclocking, PC, Review



Ok so what have we found out about the Assassin? Nice box art that doesn’t hit you over the head with logo’s, and company ad placements, etc., but rather gives you just enough to let you know what you are getting. The hea tsink itself is massive, and may cause you to move components already situated in your rig depending on what motherboard you use, but again this is to be expected to a degree when using high end CPU coolers of the Assassin’s class. Very good temperature results overall. It may not be for extreme overclockers, but in our minds this is perfect for gamers, and people who want to push their CPU’s especially Ivy Bridge chips just a bit more than its stock speed while providing a very quiet cooling solution.

The issues we had with the Assassin are few, and more of an aesthetics thing. We would of loved to have seen varying colors available for the optional fans. Black and green is nice but some of us are sticklers for color coordination, and not all of us have set ups that go with black, and green. We personally would of liked to have seen some black, and red, yellow and black, or white and blue fans available.

The price of the Assassin is in line with other coolers in its category ($80.00 USD) as well as its performance. So should you buy the Assassin? Honestly we aren’t here to tell you what to, and what not to buy. We are here to give you as much unbiased information on the products we review so you can reach your own conclusion. That being said we do feel that the Gamer Storm Assassin is a product many would not be disappointed in purchasing. For this reason we are giving it our Gold Crusher Award.

Later Gamerz.


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