DeepCool Assassin IV Manual Details Cube-Like CPU Cooler with Mini PC Looks

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DeepCool has published the installation manual for the Assassin IV ahead of its release in the U.S. and other markets. Described by some as one of the most beautiful CPU coolers ever made, the Assassin IV features a dual-tower heatsink, 7 heat pipes, and a set of Fluid Dynamic Bearing fans (120/140 mm), all of which are housed in a cube-like design that makes it look very much like a sleek mini PC or NAS when viewed at the usual angles. Support includes Intel LGA1700/1200/1151/1150/1155/2066/2011-v3/2011 and AMD AM5/AM4 processors, according to the manual that DeepCool uploaded to its official website, while the cooling capacity of the Assassin IV has been reported to be 280 watts. There doesn’t seem to be any news yet on how much it’ll cost.

DeepCool Assassin IV CPU Cooler Specifications

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DeepCool Assassin IV CPU Cooler Manual

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