Overall, the GAMMAXX L240 does show that you can get quite a bit for your money, as it is still really feature rich even at an entry-level price. Personally, I think the cooler looks really good, and I’m a big fan of the discrete CPU block that really comes alive once your system is powered up.
The lighting is also surprisingly bright and would do a really good job of lighting up your whole system by itself. So for £60, Deepcool has nailed the aesthetic side of things.
As for the performance, the L240 did well across the board. It wasn’t troubling the likes of the Corsair H100i RGB Platinum, but it did manage to outperform the SilverStone TD02-RGB, with both models costing £60.
Looking at the big picture, there are clearly a few areas Deepcool had to cut back on to meet this price point – things like the lack of included RGB controller and quality of the included fans. It impresses where it matters most, however, offering competitive performance and attractive design for the money.
So, overall the Deepcool GAMMAXX L240 is a really solid cooler for £60, with the low price making it perfect for a first time builder or someone looking to upgrade to liquid cooling.
The Deepcool GAMMAXX L240 is currently available from SCAN for £59.99 inc. VAT HERE.
- A very accessible price point of £59.99.
- Braided tubing is great to see at this price.
- Super bright LED lighting both on the CPU block, and fans.
- Outperforms similarly-priced AIOs.
- No included RGB controller.
- Fans do feel a little plasticky, and lack vibration dampeners.
KitGuru says: Priced at £59.99, the Deepcool GAMMAXX L240 offers simply excellent value.