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    Default DeepCool Captain 240

    CAPTAIN240 DEEPCOOL GAMER STORM



    DeepCool Captain 240-32278c84fcae4cd58f2d67e14ef71a06.jpg

    Technical Spec
    Main system Dimensions 89.0X65.4X76.0mm
    Radiator Dimensions 274X120X27mm
    Radiator Material Aluminum
    Fan Dimensions 120X120X25mm(2pcs)
    Fan Speed 600200-220010%RPM
    Fan Air Flow 182.24CFM (MAX)
    Fan Air Pressure 3.71mmH2O(MAX)
    Fan Life Expectancy 100000 hours
    Fan Noise Level 17.6~39.3dB(A)
    Fan Bearing Type FDB(Fluid Dynamic Bearing)
    Fan Connector 4Pin
    Fan Rated Voltage 12VDC
    Fan Rated Current 0.2410%A(MAX)
    Fan Power Consumption 2.88W
    Pump Life Expectancy 120000 hours
    Pump Connector 3Pin
    Pump Operating Voltage 6~19VDC
    Pump Rated Voltage 12VDC
    Pump Speed 3400150RPM
    Pump Load Current 0.2310%A(MAX)
    Pump Power Consumption 2.76W
    Last edited by TeeBlack; 25-09-2014 at 19:31.
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    Default Re: DeepCool Captain 240

    Yeah I saw this earlier on today. Gotta say I took a double take when I looked at the design a bit more closely:

    1. They addressed an issue with many pump-on-block solutions: over-exposure to system heat degrades the life expectancy of the unit and increases failure rates. By moving the pump to the top of the block, they isolate it somewhat from CPU heat.
    2. They made routing water from the block to the pump external, enabling them to taker a sort of steam punk design cue for the assembly. Though I would like to HOPE that red isn't the only color you can get that tubing in, I suspect that it's all red, though it would look EXTREMELY fetching with one of their Steam Castle cases (no small coincidence, I think).

    I don't usually get excited anymore over AIO solutions, but the design liberties alone make me want to take a closer look at one of these. With any luck PureOC should have a review sample or two coming our way.

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    Default Re: DeepCool Captain 240

    Good idea with the pump.

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    Default Re: DeepCool Captain 240

    Looks awesome. Hope it performs well.
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    Default Re: DeepCool Captain 240

    Something new in AIO systems, PureOC should have some for the review, I would like to see how it perform.

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    Default Re: DeepCool Captain 240

    I'm betting this thing will be on par with the Glacer. While they didn't specifically say what the l/h were, the it's a 3400rpm pump which is the about the same as the CM Glacer 240l. Definitely want to see a review but I feel like they did a lot right with this one.

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