DeepCool Frostwin Pro Reviews
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DeepCool Frostwin Reviews5
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"To sum up, Deepcool's 150m tall Frostwin heatsink offers very good cooling performance at an economical price point."
"With everything considered from price to performance, Deepcool's Frostwin is a tough sale with so many other coolers on the market in the $35-$40 dollar range that offer a much greater performance and value. It is difficult to recommend the Frostwin as a viable cooling solution."
"Excellent performance and low noise are surpassed by an outstanding price on the Deepcool Frostwin."
"Deepcool FROSTWIN turned out a pretty ordinary cooler with an average price, just one of the many already available in the today’s market. The ambitious dual-array heatsink with airflow optimizations, two fans, four heatpipes and Core Touch Technology in the base didn’t help it to become the segment leader. FROSTWIN also can’t boast superb noise readings, even though we were very hopeful it would. The indisputable advantages that remain are universal design, simple installation and reliable retention mechanism, as well as comparatively compact size. But, be honest, are these features really so unique these days? Not anymore. Hopefully, the larger NEPTWIN will make a better impression once we check it out. Time will show."