Performance and Conclusion
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Now it’s time to test this beast, hoping to get some positive feedback:
Test Bench comprised of the following:
- Processor: AMD FX 8320 Black Edition
- Motherboard: ASUS M5A99FX
- Memory: Corsair Vengeance 16 GB (2×8) DDR3 1600
- Cooler: Deepcool Assassins II
- Video Card: MSI GeForce GTX 750 Ti Gaming 2 GB
- Power Supply: Cooler Master Thunder 750
- OS: Windows 7 Ultimate
When I first started testing I was really concerned about the weight of the Assassin II and started checking my mobo whether it could handle the weight. However, the brackets somehow sustain the weight of the giant and I was able to conclude the test with a rather surprising output. The idle temperature was 27 Degree Celsius and the Max Temperature was only 41 Degree Celsius.
I was very much surprised with the noise test that I conducted on the cooler. The results were unbelievable. This is due to the dynamic fluid bearing and as well as the presence of ta hick rubber layer to sustain the vibration. Deepcool Assassins II produced less sound than AMD’s Stock Cooler.
- Good Build Quality
- Very Good Cooling Efficiency
- Awesome Looks and good for users who prefer colour combo build
- Amazingly Quite
- Additional fan Hub included
- No room for 3rd fan installation
- Small Thermal Paste Provided
- Weighs around 1.5kgs after mounting the fans
- Huge!!!! Sucks up your RAM Slots