At the same time, the base surface is pretty even, as you can clearly see from the thermal paste imprints we got:
The nine-blade 120 mm fan with a fluid dynamic bearing inside supports PWM rotation speed adjustment in the 900-1500 RPM interval.
Its maximum airflow is declared at 60.29 CFM, and the noise should range between 21.4 and 32.1 dBA. The maximum fan power consumption shouldn’t exceed 3 W. The fan is fastened using two wire clips:
There is an additional pair of wire clips among the bundled accessories for installing a second fan.
Deepcool GAMMAXX 400 is compatible with contemporary AMD and Intel platforms. It is really nice to see that even $30 coolers are absolutely universal in this respect. To install the cooler onto an LGA 2011 platform, first you need to attach two steel brackets with crews in the ends to the cooler base:
After that you apply a layer of thermal paste to the processor heat-spreader, install the heatsink on top and evenly tighten the retention screws:
After that all you need to do is to install the fan and connect it to the four-pin mainboard fan connector. The cooler is ready to go!
Deepcool GAMMAXX 400 doesn’t interfere with the memory heat-spreaders or mainboard VRM heatsinks:
Moreover, it looks quite compact inside the system case:
The blue fan LEDs will definitely please modding fans:
Keep in mind that the LEDs cannot be turned off.