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DeepCool Maelstrom 120k AIO Cooler £34.99 Sold by DEEPCOOL and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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I recently fitted one of these onto a reference Radeon RX 480 and lowered the max temp at stock speeds to 60c (down from 85c+) Details: 120mm PMW Fan;Pure copper base;Industrial-grade interface se… Read More
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8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago
I recently fitted one of these onto a reference Radeon RX 480 and lowered the max temp at stock speeds to 60c (down from 85c+)

Details:
120mm PMW Fan;Pure copper base;Industrial-grade interface sealing process;Low evaporation pipe;High strength ceramic bearing.
Can Self-assembling double 120mm cooling fans(one fan in the package).
120mm x 27mm aluminum fins;20 mm thickness fan, more suitable for HTPC.
Bionics white LED breathing lamp above the pump.
Make sure 120mm fan holes already existing in the case can be installed.
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#1
How are you cooling the vrm?
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johnhillman9047
How are you cooling the vrm?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Copper-Memory-Chipset-Heatsinks-Thermal/dp/B00KBMB76I/

I used these https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nylon-Phillips-Cross-Machine-Screws/dp/B012TCI878 to attach the heatsink as the spacing of the holes on the card is about 1mm different to the cooler and metal bolts would be a struggle to fit. These nylon ones bend just enough to get it to fit snuggly.

Edited By: secondcoming on Sep 21, 2016 23:12
#3
secondcoming
johnhillman9047
How are you cooling the vrm?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Copper-Memory-Chipset-Heatsinks-Thermal/dp/B00KBMB76I/
I used these https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nylon-Phillips-Cross-Machine-Screws/dp/B012TCI878 to attach the heatsink as the spacing of the holes on the card is about 1mm different to the cooler and metal bolts would be a struggle to fit. These nylon ones bend just enough to get it to fit snuggly.


Would you not need to cool them with a fan still or do you let it just do it passively . Cool mod which you did to your GPU. Heat added.
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dragoncurt
secondcoming
johnhillman9047
How are you cooling the vrm?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Copper-Memory-Chipset-Heatsinks-Thermal/dp/B00KBMB76I/
I used these https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nylon-Phillips-Cross-Machine-Screws/dp/B012TCI878 to attach the heatsink as the spacing of the holes on the card is about 1mm different to the cooler and metal bolts would be a struggle to fit. These nylon ones bend just enough to get it to fit snuggly.
Would you not need to cool them with a fan still or do you let it just do it passively . Cool mod which you did to your GPU. Heat added.

I have a few case fans which blow air in the direction of the GPU and the VRMs get to about 85c after 15 minutes of Heaven benchmark, apparently they are ok up to 125c
https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/4v4zz1/have_any_of_you_checked_your_rx_480_vrms_temp/
1 Like #5
secondcoming
dragoncurt
secondcoming
johnhillman9047
How are you cooling the vrm?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Copper-Memory-Chipset-Heatsinks-Thermal/dp/B00KBMB76I/
I used these https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nylon-Phillips-Cross-Machine-Screws/dp/B012TCI878 to attach the heatsink as the spacing of the holes on the card is about 1mm different to the cooler and metal bolts would be a struggle to fit. These nylon ones bend just enough to get it to fit snuggly.
Would you not need to cool them with a fan still or do you let it just do it passively . Cool mod which you did to your GPU. Heat added.
I have a few case fans which blow air in the direction of the GPU and the VRMs get to about 85c after 15 minutes of Heaven benchmark, apparently they are ok up to 125chttps://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/4v4zz1/have_any_of_you_checked_your_rx_480_vrms_temp/

Oh that's good then. Gosh did not know that the VRMs could get so hot. Thanks
#6
so you get two fans in the pack for push/pull config?
#7
I bought the 240t version from the ebuyer deal a few weeks ago for 34.99, super quiet, great cooler
#8
Just Wondering
I bought the 240t version from the ebuyer deal a few weeks ago for 34.99, super quiet, great cooler

can it be mounted in drive bays i don't have a 240 space oulet on my case.
#9
Have you thought about using a kraken g10 to blow some air on your vrm's?. Waiting for parts to arrive before i aio cool my g1 390x.

Great price so heat added
#10
Would I be able to put this on my GTX 970 in a Dell XPS 8700?
#11
maddogb
Just Wondering
I bought the 240t version from the ebuyer deal a few weeks ago for 34.99, super quiet, great cooler
can it be mounted in drive bays i don't have a 240 space oulet on my case.

Hmm , well if your talking about the one I bought maelstorm 240t , which is different to the one that has been posted , then I would say No , I mounted mine to the top of my case .
#12
johnhillman9047
How are you cooling the vrm?

What do you think?
#13
CAL23
Would I be able to put this on my GTX 970 in a Dell XPS 8700?

It's not listed on a compatibility list for the:

NZXT Kraken G10
Corsair HG10 N970

So nope.
#14
CAL23
Would I be able to put this on my GTX 970 in a Dell XPS 8700?
Which 970 do you have? Mine runs super cool anyway so I would be surprised if you needed to
#15
Deaa
CAL23
Would I be able to put this on my GTX 970 in a Dell XPS 8700?
Which 970 do you have? Mine runs super cool anyway so I would be surprised if you needed to

Isn't compatable any way, so a waste of time asking those questions.
#16
Deaa
CAL23
Would I be able to put this on my GTX 970 in a Dell XPS 8700?
Which 970 do you have? Mine runs super cool anyway so I would be surprised if you needed to
Zotac Dual Fan

Edited By: CAL23 on Sep 22, 2016 11:15
#17
ollie87
Deaa
CAL23
Would I be able to put this on my GTX 970 in a Dell XPS 8700?
Which 970 do you have? Mine runs super cool anyway so I would be surprised if you needed to
Isn't compatable any way, so a waste of time asking those questions.

I am fairly sure you can buy a Watercooler bracket for most graphics cards , I think Kraken do one
#18
Just Wondering
ollie87
Deaa
CAL23
Would I be able to put this on my GTX 970 in a Dell XPS 8700?
Which 970 do you have? Mine runs super cool anyway so I would be surprised if you needed to
Isn't compatable any way, so a waste of time asking those questions.
I am fairly sure you can buy a Watercooler bracket for most graphics cards , I think Kraken do one

As I said before and in the earlier post in this thread, the brackets you can buy aren't compatible with this cooler!


ollie87
It's not listed on a compatibility list for the:
NZXT Kraken G10
Corsair HG10 N970
So nope.
#19
don't cheap out on an unknown brand watercooler... get something from corsair who have a decent warranty that covers your whole system should it leak.
#20
sebianoti
don't cheap out on an unknown brand watercooler... get something from corsair who have a decent warranty that covers your whole system should it leak.

These are not cheap unknown brands ??? Ever heard of FrostyTech ?!?!?! He likes em and he knows what he is talking about Deepcool is a good brand , they are just releasing the Captain range I believe it is called !!!! http://www.frostytech.com/


Edited By: Just Wondering on Sep 22, 2016 12:19
#21
Would this be quiter than an air cooler? its about the same price and might be willing to give it a try for this price .....
vs zalman cpns90x? on a 2500k (which will not o'clock one iota !)
#22
This any good for those who don't overclock?
#23
I've got one of these in my PC and it's great. Got it last time they were cheap and I had some Amazon credit.

Mine had smooth pipes too, not the ridged ones. EDIT: Seems like mine is the Maelstrom 120, not 120k. :(

http://i.imgur.com/kFHwDkC.jpg

Edited By: Chaz_UK on Sep 23, 2016 07:05
#24
I have bought it for same price earlier this month from ebuyer.
the only downside is loud fans. definitely upgrade to noctua
#25
Just ordered a RX 480 8gb reference model from the Amazon Warehouse deal. Thinking of tagging on an affordable cooler onto it but am wary about the efforts involved. Anyone done it before that can give advice?

Edit: Just realised the OP modded this cooler onto the 480 so it's probably not classed as an 'easy' job ;p


Edited By: jsty3105 on Nov 23, 2016 21:37
#26
jsty3105
Just ordered a RX 480 8gb reference model from the Amazon Warehouse deal. Thinking of tagging on an affordable cooler onto it but am wary about the efforts involved. Anyone done it before that can give advice?
Edit: Just realised the OP modded this cooler onto the 480 so it's probably not classed as an 'easy' job ;p

You'll need some of these:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B012TCI878
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Copper-Memory-Chipset-Heatsinks-Thermal/dp/B00KBMB76I
but it's relatively simple to fit have a look at this to see what's involved:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITlXbHROOsM

I actually ended up putting the maelstrom on an R9 290 and using a Seidon 120v2 on my RX480 fastened with zip ties, but the Maelstrom is much easier to fit as the screw holes more or less line up perfectly with the holes on the reference RX480 (that's why I used nylon bolts as they have to bend ever so slightly.



Edited By: secondcoming on Nov 29, 2016 14:06

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