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Deepcool Captain 360X AIO CPU Cooler Review

Since the Deepcool Captain 360X is not a TR4 specific AIO cooler, we thought it would be best to add some testing on our desktop Intel Core i9-9900k system to find the true performance of the Captain 360X and compare it against other coolers we have tested on that system previously. You can find our complete Core i9-9900k testing methodology here. For this test, we will run the 3.6 GHz and 4.9 GHz stress test and record the results in the charts below.

AIDA64 Performance Intel Core i9-9900K test

In our Intel Core i9-9900K thermal test, the Deepcool Captain 360X does a good job of keeping the temperature under control at both stock 3.6 GHz and 4.9 GHz overclocked frequencies. However, it is only a very slight improvement over its smaller sibling, the Captain 240X and is beaten by the Castle 240EX once again.

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