The Deepcool Gammaxx GT ships in a colourful box that sports a large product photo on the front – and you can definitely tell this is a RGB air cooler.
Inside, all the necessary mounting hardware is provided, though there are no labelled bags which is a slight shame.
Moving on, the manual is quite brief, but very clear and easy to understand. Each socket has its own dedicated set of instructions which makes everything very simple and easy to follow, even if you are a first time system builder.
Elsewhere, the included 120mm fan is RGB capable, and accordingly has two cables – one standard 4-pin PWM cable and one 4-pin RGB connector.
Coming to the heatsink itself, on the face of it, it does not look like anything special – it uses 4 copper heatpipes and has the usual stack of aluminium fins, so in that sense it is like almost every other air cooler on the market.
However, you will notice a small logo – which I believe is meant to resemble a ‘G’ – on the top of the heatsink, and this is where the RGB LEDs shine through. Accordingly, the heatsink does have a 4-pin RGB cable, and this can either be plugged into a small bundled controller, or directly into your motherboard (if it supports 4-pin RGB headers).