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Deepcool Lucifer CPU Cooler Review

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   Although the traditional tower type CPU Air Coolers have reached their maximum possible cooling potential based on today’s technology that doesn't mean manufacturers are just going to give up in their pursue for something better. Obviously that's always a good thing for consumers around the world especially since competition always results in even better products and lower prices but one has to wonder how long it will be before manufacturers come up with new and innovative ways of cooling. That being said for the majority of consumers even low/mid-end CPU Air Coolers are more than enough to keep their systems running at good temperatures while for the most demanding ones there are always higher performance complete water cooling kits available in the market. However there are also some CPU Air Coolers capable of meetings the demands of even the most demanding users around and according to Deepcool the Lucifer is amongst them.

 

   Deepcool was founded with the mission of providing the best performance & humanized thermal solutions for worldwide customers. Deepcool design and manufacture a comprehensive range of high quality products, covering desktop cooling solutions, laptop cooling solutions, server cooling solutions, embedded cooling solutions, and other thermal components. Our goal is to maintain customer satisfaction by serving our customer’s ever-changing thermal needs and providing the quickest and most comprehensive service available. As our slogan goes, we wish you all “Enjoy your cool life”!

 

   When DeepCool announced their upcoming Lucifer CPU Cooler a while ago i thought it would be yet another dual heatsink tower model with twin fans and although in the end they did make it just as large they decided on a single heatsink solution (reminds us a lot of the Thermalright HR22) paired with a single 140mm fan. Massive single heatsink CPU Coolers is not something we get to see a lot (just like the HR22 the Lucifer is amongst the very few exceptions) but after having tested a couple we do know that they can easily go up against dual heatsink solutions so Deepcool may not be wrong in their choice especially since the ability to use a second 140mm in push and pull should further add to the thermal design power of the Lucifer (300W with just one 140mm fan). Things will certainly be hard for the Lucifer in our charts there's no doubt about that but the end result is what really matters.