The DeeplyCool Gamer Who Stormed The Castle

Source: Kitguru The DeeplyCool Gamer Who Stormed The Castle

This AiO Watercooler Has A Bag Of Tricks

It is true, there is indeed a pressure relief bag on the 240EX cooler, one side of the bag exposed to air and the other side surrounded by coolant inside the radiator.  The reason for this is to provide a leak proof pressure valve, when the internal pressure of the radiator exceeds atmospheric pressure the bag can collapse and increase the volume inside the radiator, preventing embarrassing spurts of precious coolant.

The rad itself is 282×120×27 mm and uses a pair of specially tuned TF120 S fans which lack RGBs, as they are reserved for the pump alone.  Kitguru’s testing proved it a decent cooler, but there are some design choices which might not appeal, so you are best to check the full review.

Today, we will be looking at one of the latest additions from their extensive range of cooling products – the Deepcool Castle 240EX, which is a partially RGB-lit All-In-One liquid cooler (since RGB lighting is only applied to the pump and not the fans) from their line of Gamer Storm branded products.

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