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DEEPCOOL ICE BLADE 200M CPU Cooler Dual F8mm Heatpipes and Dual 92mm Fans Support Socket LGA 2011

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  • Dual F8mm Heatpipes
  • Core Touch Technology
  • Dual 92mm fans deliver sufficient airflow to disperse the heat.
  • PWM function keeps balance between airflow and noise.
  • Multiple mounting kits

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ICE BLADE 200M is a cost effective thermal solution for 130W CPUs. A massive heatsink with two 8mm-diameter heatpipes ensures rapid heat transfer from the processor and two 92mm fans then disperse the heat away from the heatsink quickly. With all necessary mounting kits, this cooler is able to handle all current CPUs in the market, including Intel LGA2011 and AMD FM2/FM1.

  • Dual 8mm-Diameter Heatpipes provide excellent heat transfer from the CPU.
  • Core Touch Technology ensures perfect contact between heatpipe and CPU surface.
  • Dual 92mm fans (one with PWM function) deliver sufficient airflow to disperse the heat.
  • PWM function keeps a perfect balance between airflow and noise.
  • Multiple mounting kits for all current CPU sockets.

Dual 8mm-Diameter Heatpipes & Massive Heatsink
Two 8mm-diameter heatpipes directly touch the CPU surface in order to absorb the heat from CPU core quickly and conduct it to the massive aluminum fins.


Dual 92mm Fans (One with PWM Function)
Strong airflow is needed to disperse the heat away from the heatsink. ICE BLADE 200M is equipped with two 92mm fans (one with PWM function) to provide optimal airflow to do the job well.


All CPU Sockets Ready
With multiple mounting accessories, ICE BLADE 200M is ready for all current processors ranging from Intel LGA2011/1150/1151/1155/1156/1366/775 and AMD FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+.


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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years
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  • Pierre I.
  • 3/30/2016 5:28:42 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: If you have an old overheating Athlon x2,; it's great, especially, if you use both fans.

Cons: None

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/28/2016 7:50:03 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsKeeps my CPU cool clocked at or around 4.2GHz

Pros: -Compact
-It just fits in the EVGA Hadron Air
-Keeps my AMD chip running nice and cold at idle and at load (28*C - 60*C @ 4.2GHz)
-PWM Fan, 3pin Voltage Fan,

Cons: -Only one PWM Fan
-No Splitter, you will have to purchase that yourself
-Janky, Tough FM2/FM2+ mounting techinique (Difficult to Install)

Other Thoughts: If you have a small case like the EVGA Hadron Air, this CPU Heatsink is for you, it provides great performance. I highly recommend that you do purchase this Heatsink, and also get new thermal compound like Thermaltake, Artic Silver.

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  • Simon C.
  • 3/5/2016 11:22:05 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLower profile than a hyper 212, similar performance.

Pros: -Slightly lower profile than most standard air cooling solution, which makes it more forgiving in smaller cases.

-Cooling performance is fairly good for the price, hit a maximum high of 79 on prime 95 after 20 minutes of running on a 4.4Ghz 6600k, using noctua NT-H1 thermal compound.

-Extremely easy to install on a lga 1151 socket.

-Noise levels are decent, definitely not on the Noctua level but similar to a Hyper 212 in that regard.

Cons: -Packaging is meh, having the provided thermal paste in a packet is a let down.

-The instructions are not completely clear, you can pretty much figure it out but still a con.

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  • sydney a.
  • 12/3/2015 8:44:32 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsworks well but it having two separate power cords is a problem

Pros: Fairly compact, quiet, the height and spacing adequate, good price.

Cons: Two power cords... why? Also it's mounting clip needs a little tweaking on just about all cpus, comes with terrible thermal paste.

Other Thoughts: First the good, the Ice blade is smaller than the cool master 212 so it's better for both height and width spacing for ram and the fans align nicely with the case fan at the rear of the tower.

The bad part is that it has two 3 or 4 pin connectors which assuming is to plug at least one into the case/chassis fan jack on the motherboard. Which means you loose your chassis /case fan which i don't recommend, even most water cooled setups have a second fan to replace the case/fan on the radiator and usually in the 120mm fan size as well.

I had some trouble rigging this ice blade to my amd phenom 8600b X3 2.3GHz as the mount has a double clip on one side so i had to improvise.

I ended up patching the two cpu cooler fan plugs into one for one jack leaving only one fan with the rpm monitor and it now works for both and i don't loose my case fan.

Performance wise it dropped the system cpu idle temp from 49c to about 38c, and can hold including thermal spikes at 48c, running games such as skyrim and dragon age 3, as well a youtube and photoshop and often all at once on either 4GB or 8GB or ram.

Improvement over the original tall aluminum heat sink, most definitely, although the second fan might be over kill for most people so the single fan model might be better for some.

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  • gideon s.
  • 11/25/2015 11:36:14 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsIt works but doesn't fit AMD very well.

Pros: Works well enough once if you can get it installed correctly.

Quite at low Speeds.

Blue looks nice in the case along with my blue motherboard and graphics card.

It will allow me to overclock my FX-6100 and stay well within reasonable temps.

Lower profile than than coolers with 120 mm fans

Cons: Didn't fit my my AMD3 socket type. I had to bend the harness with two pliers but i got it to work.

Terrible Customer Support

The thermal paste is garbage. Ran significantly cooler with some insignia brand thermal paste I got from best buy (for 10$, ouch)

Why doesn't it have 3 pipes? There is room.

Other Thoughts: It arrived boxed up nicely, everything in place. The directions where just little black and white illustrations with about 5 images each for 3 different socket types. I followed them and attached the AMD harness to the heatsink and when I went to install it the the clips that attach around the hooks on the AMD socket frame they didn't reach at all. Not even close. It would have taken enough force to potentially brake the cpu or motherboard to push them down far enough reach, as the instructions intimated. I contacted Deepcool about this and they simply emailed me a PDF with the exact same instructions that came in the package. Yeah thanks for nothing Deepcool. I ended up taking the AMD harness off and bending it to fit with two pliers and some trial and error. I bent it to the point where it had some tension holding it on but didn't require a potentially catastrophic amount of force to compress it like it would have required when it came from the manufacturer. As it is, it is on there tight enough that it will be difficult to get off in the future. Oh yeah the thermal paste that comes with it is garbage. Get some good thermal paste. On the upside this thing works once it is installed with decent thermal paste. I have an AMD FX-6100 that runs stock at 3.3 ghz and I bumped it up to 3.8 ghz using the multiplier in the bios. Ran Prime 95 stress test and the temperatures didn't exceed 105 degrees Fahrenheit (41 c). I should be able to get this thing up to 4.1 ghz safely with this cooler. I will say the Intel LGA2011 bracket looks to be pretty quality and easy to install so if that is what you have it should be easier for you. The fans run nice and quite when the cpu is cool but become noticeably audible when the cpu heats up. It is still quieter than my stock cooler by far. I give it 3 eggs out of 5 because it does work but only after spending another 10$ on thermal paste and bending the harness to fit myself. If it worked out of the box I would have given it a better score...but it didn't.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,
Thanks for your purchase of GAMMAXX 300, sorry for all the in convenience it had caused to you, and sorry for keeping you wait during your contact our support.
As we really need further info, for example a photo showing us how is the situation you are facing, so that we can plesae our engineer to troubleshoot the problem in details, then we can offer the correct Tech or RMA support to you.
So would you plesae keep in touch with our support team for further support on this issue?
We strive to offer the most reliable product and best service, we will make sure your case is carefully taken care of, and your satisfaction is our all job!
Thanks very much for your kindly understanding and cooperation in advance!
DEEPCOOL Support Team

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4 out of 5 eggsMini Noctua? Seems so.

Pros: - much larger than the stock cooler
- NOT as big as the 212 evo (this is both a pro and a con, I will explain in the "thoughts" section)
- fan quality is surprisingly high
- heavy in a sense that it feels high quality
- decent, better-than-stock cooling (check other thoughts)
- useful for HTPC/APU builds in smaller form factors
- packaging was absolutely outstanding. Thick foam, individual boxes, my noctua coolers aren't packaged this nicely (no this is not an exaggeration!)
- easy to mount the cooler itself on

Cons: - not as big as the 212 series coolers
- misleading pictures (check out "other thoughts")
- backplate mounting was cumbersome doing it alone

Other Thoughts: Running AMD A4-6300 for HTPC operations.
Stock cooler temps - 79C at load (TOO HOT!)
Ice Blade temps - 58C at load (significant improvement!)
mATX case with 1 120mm intake and 1 120mm exhaust
Temps are "high" due to location of the case

This cooler caught me off guard. I was expecting a "cheap" tower cooler that fit my case, and I wouldn't get too much out of it. Boy was I wrong. The packaging was incredible. Thick foam padding supporting the coolers, individual boxes for the hardware. Easy fan mount spring clips (akin to noctua). The fans REALLY caught me off guard. They are really high quality! Powerful and quiet, again, more like noctuas.

The backplate is a phenolic resin with metal bushings for longevity. The back plate was cumbersome to install alone, 3 hands works best for this lol. Once the back plate was installed, it was incredibly easy to install the mounting plates.

THAT SAID. Pictures make this seem to be a larger cooler than it is. Its well designed, well made, well packaged, but slightly deceiving in its photographs. For those that need better than stock cooling, at a good price, but dont have room for a larger cooler, this is definitely the cooler for you. If you have the room for it, the 212 Evo is a better option.

All in all, I am quite pleased with everything. Its a good size for mATX/ITX cases without room for the larger (better) coolers. Performance is great, and its dead silent in my living room. A great addition to my HTPC!

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  • Anonymous
  • 9/8/2015 8:14:38 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorks, good value

Pros: Installed easily into a LGA 1150 form factor. Kept the Intel G3258 at around 40C during MemTest. Even OC'ed to 4Ghz the temps are pretty good.

There's even enough room for heatsinks on the nearest RAM stick.

Cons: I didn't use the included thermal paste packet. It was in a small grey packet that resembles the flavor packs in ramen noodles... yeah, nope.

Stuck with some regular Arctic Silver instead.

Other Thoughts: It's almost identical to a CoolerMaster Hyper 212 EVO, but blue.

About the same price as well.

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  • William R.
  • 7/6/2015 3:59:44 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Quiet, good cooling capacity, and not overly hard to install. Came with everything needed for AM3+ install.

Cons: Very large, but doesn't get in the way of anything... Barely.

Other Thoughts: 17 degree Celsius difference on idle. 11-15 difference at heavy load.

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  • Michael W.
  • 3/2/2015 5:31:20 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorks great on ATX HTPC style cases

Pros: Got this on sale at a good price. Easy push-pin style mounting, good cooling for HTPC style ATX desktop cases. I fit this in a Silverstone Grandia GD10 which has a 138mm max cooler height .

Had no problems cooling an i5-4690k @ 4.3GHz when under 1.2volts at quiet fan speeds using Prime95 and IBT.

Cons: Fan clips are flimsy, but secure once put on correctly.
One fan is 4-pin PWM, one fan is 3-pin (Would have preferred matching)

Other Thoughts: This is not a heavy-duty cooler! It is ideal for cases that have a tower height limitation of around 140mm. Max TDP is only 130W.

I would not use this to push air OCs heavily. I feel it is good enough to push minor OCs on Socket 1150 Quads using voltages below 1.2v. I would speculate it should be able to handle a stock AMD 8320/8350 , or lightly bumped FX-6300.

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  • Gerald H.
  • 1/17/2015 7:04:01 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood Cooler For the Price

Pros: Low Price, Cools my Fx 8320 (9-19 C most of the time, highest so far was 38 C) much better than the stock cooler(which also did an ok job), reasonably quite fans and has 2 of them. Will fit in Smaller cases. Works with most popular cpus.

Cons: Only one fan has a 4 pin header, the build quality is just ok and it's smaller and lighter than I was expecting which could also be a pro depending on how you look at it.

Other Thoughts: Not the highest quality cooler out there but it does the job and for less than $20 shipped I guess I can't complain.

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