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Deepcool Gamerstorm launches its RGB-infused Castle series of liquid coolers

Although Deepcool had quite the showcase at Computex 2018, its Gamerstorm Castle Series of watercoolers noticeably stood out. Now available, customers can get their hands on the RGB-infused CPU cooling solutions in both 240mm and 280mm variants.

The Castle Series features a brand new waterblock, endowed with double window panes to showcase the immersive ambient lighting design. This is intended to sync with the included RGB fans, 120mm for the Castle 240RGB and 140mm for the Castle 280RGB, to provide access to 16.7 million colours.

Also included is a wired RGB controller, if the user opts against using the addressable RGB function built into newer motherboards. This helps to customise the lighting system between 5 built-in effects, including dynamic, static, breathing, comet, and fashion collision, alongside 36 interchangeable lighting modes.

Although aesthetic is Deepcool Gamerstorm’s primary focus, it hasn’t forgotten that quietness is key. Both the Castle 240RGB and Castle 280RGB feature exhaustive damping technologies to dampen sound, without sacrificing airflow.

The Castle Series isn’t all for show, as Deepcool Gamerstorm infuses the water-block with copper, backed by an optimised E-shaped micro water channel to effectively enhance heat circulation. This helps cool the latest of processors, from AMD’s Threadripper to Intel’s high-end i9 Core CPUs thanks to its wide range of socket support.

Both watercoolers should be seen across major retailers throughout July, with the Castle 240RGB priced at $109.99 (€129.99 / £109.99 VAT included) and the Castle 280RGB slightly more expensive at $129.99 (€149.99 / £129.99 VAT included).

KitGuru Says: The Castle Series does look like a fancy all-in-one watercooling solution for the CPU, with Deepcool Gamerstorm set to release even more options throughout the year. Does the Castle 240/280RGB tempt you?

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