DeepCool has announced a new CPU cooler. The large creation bears the name 'Neptwin'. The name is a combination of Neptune, the coldest planet in our solar system, and the double (twin) design of the cooler.
The cooler features a copper baseplate to ensure an optimal heat transfer and has two separate heatsinks with over 80 aluminium fins. Six heatpipes have been incorporated in the cooler.
The Neptwin comes bundled with two fans; both have blue fins and are of the 120 mm type. One fan is positioned between the two heatsinks and operates at either 900 or 1500 RPM through its PWM functionality, with the other being placed on the front and spinning at 1300 RPM. Deepcool also bundles a special fan hub, with which up to four PWM fans can be controlled. The cooler is compatible with all recent sockets by both Intel and AMD and is powerful enough to keep processors cooled that have a TDP of up to 150 watts. DeepCool's Neptwin has a recommended price of € 49.99 (£39).