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DEEPCOOL Gamer Storm Lucifer V2 CPU Cooler 6 Heatpipes 140mm Silent PWM Fan

  • 6 High-Performance Heatpipes
  • Mirror Finished Copper Base
  • Massive aluminum fins designed as wings, providing good heat dissipation in fanless mode
  • Installation kits for all mainstream CPUs
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Fanless Design
Lucifer CPU cooler is designed to cool the mainstream processors in fanless mode to create a totally silent system. Meanwhile, Lucifer is capable of cooling high-end processors with the help of good airflow inside the case.


Silent PWM Fan
The bundled 14cm patented rubber fan is able to enhance the cooling capacity of Lucifer up to 300W. Users can install the fan as a push or pull.


Six High-Performance Heatpipes
The six pieces of copper heatpipes are specially placed asymmetrically to avoid the interference with the memory. Lucifer excels not only in cooling performance with these six heatpipes but also in high compatibility with the system configuration.


Mirror Finished Copper Base
Heatpipes are firmly soldered onto the copper base to enhance the heat conductivity from the processor to the heatsink. For the quickest heat transfer, the copper base has been CNC machined into a flat surface with a little convex design.


Massive aluminum fins are designed as a pair of wings, and this provides enough heat dissipation area when used in fanless mode.


Lucifer is versatile in set-ups: users can build a totally fanless system with it or build a air cooling system with it in passive or a super performance system with Lucifer with the fans.


All nickel plating finish enhances the aesthetics of the cooler and also increases the lifespan with anti oxidation surface.


Lucifer is compatible with the latest Intel Socket LGA2011. At the same time, it's equipped with a full set of installation kits for all the mainstream processors in the market.

Learn more about the DEEPCOOL LUCIFER




Fan & Heatsinks
Fan Size
Intel Socket LGA2011-v3/LGA2011/LGA1366/LGA1156/LGA1155/LGA1150/LGA775
AMD Socket FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2
Bearing Type
Air Flow
Noise Level
Heatsink Material
Cu Base+Al Fin+Heatpipe 6 pcs

Physical Spec

Fan Dimensions
140mmX140X26mm(PWM, Patented rubber fan)
Heatsink Dimensions
6.61" x 5.51" x 5.31" ( Hx W x D)


Fanless Optional
Copper Base with 6 Heatpipes, specially placed to avoid the interference with the memory
14cm PWM Fan, able to adjust the fan speed, capable of cooling up to 300W. Users can install the fan as a push or pull
Nickle Plated Heatsink, wing-designed aluminum fins for best heat dissipation.
Compatible with the latest Intel Socket LGA2011, with a full set of installation kits for all the mainstream CPUs

Quick Info


  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years

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  • Elijah P.
  • 9/25/2014 6:15:32 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing CPU cooler!

Pros: This is an extremely effect CPU cooler. The fan that it comes with is one of the highest quality fans I've ever had to deal with and makes for excellent cooling.

Cons: None.

Other Thoughts: Not a con, but it's huge! It measures about 168mm with the fan attached to it so make sure beforehand that your case will fit it!

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5 out of 5 eggsLucifer V2 UPDATE

Pros: Easy instal. Great PWM control. Excellent Value compared to liquid cooling. Fanless it will cool most any non-overclocked CPU all day. (My i5 4670k barely got above 35c idle not overclocked with this cooler in fanless mode.)
Using the ASUS Z87 Ai Suite I am able to slow the fan down to 300 RPM and make it completely silent under normal usage.

Cons: Tricky install if you don't follow these steps.

Other Thoughts: Before you start, assemble the mounting hardware for your particular socket aligning the correct slots in the mounting brackets for your CPU (be aware of the three bolt pattern on the back plate of the 1150 MB-keep mounting brackets vertical) and tighten it all up -checking that the longer end of the cooler (the one with the long slender key way) will face towards the back of the case. Then, detach only the base plate and insulation pillars. Place the back plate with bolts through the mounting holes on your MB being sure to align it with the three holes on the base plate to assure you get it right. Then, hold the base plate while placing two insulation pillars for one side and attach that mounting bracket loosely with nuts. Then do the other side. Then hand-tighten them all down. Now take off the retention plate. Apply thermal paste (arctic silver 5 or your favorite) Make sure to remove sticker from heat sink base NOW! Now insert the retention plate into the cooler and lower it onto the mounting brackets. They should line up perfectly. Begin with a long screwdriver and attach the mounting bracket to the rear (down through the key way groove) until it catches for a few threads, then screw in the mounting bracket closest to the memory. Tighten them both until they are snug and won't turn without force. Mount the fan on either side, being sure to utilize the extra fan cable efficiently, and also making sure the fan does not either hang too high or too low for your system, and then plug it into your CPU fan header. Done. If you are confident of space, you can mount the fan before installation and save some pinched fingers. It's that simple. This thing really does compete with closed loop water cooling so enjoy! Running fanless will increase temps on hard working systems. Beware: only go fanless if you are planning to NOT overclock. My temps jumped up over 100c when overclocking fanless...

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4 out of 5 eggsLuicfer

Pros: This thing has all the basics you expect from a tower cooler.
- Heapipes. This one has 6 thick heatpipes
- Mirror finished base helps transfer heat
- The base is not flat which also helps in heat transfer
- Nice high quality feeling fan(i did not use)
- The ability to go fanless is pretty cool
- Every socket compatibility
- Easy mounting system, you actually assemble the base on the mobo and then mount the cooler to it. This makes it 10x easier to install.
- Cool winged design though it's sideways when you install it.
- Can hold 2 fans for more air pressure but it is not needed
- Doesn't do to bad blocking memory
- Instructions were easy to follow

Comes with all the mounting accessories you need, some thermal paste, mounting clips for the fans, a case badge, and a nice well packaged box. It also does not seem like it's putting enough pressure on the mobo to bow out the motherboard from having a huge tower cooler on it.

Cons: One small gripe is the fan that it comes with has an extremely long sleeved cable that does not bend easily or hide easily, the fan is right near the cpu header why is it difficult to get a small cable on a fan that's supposed to be for a cpu cooler?

The nickle plating finish seems to come off if you scratch it hard enough against a surface while trying to mount said fan on, but i guess that's more user error

Other Thoughts: Fanless mode! I was all for it but unfortunately when they say fanless mode up to 100W they seem to have high balled it at least for me. With an i7 it ran too hot when overclocked in a case with good airflow(nzxt phantom 530)

I only tested this cooler with intel burn test and then some games. A lot of these synthetic benchmarks are so worse case scenario that it's not likely to reproduce the heat output they will make.

I tested this with 2 cpus on 2 different computers(both in an nzxt phandom 530) and for the fan when i used one i used a cougar 140mm fan that's rated for 73CFM

i3-2120 @ stock Fanless/with fan
Idle: 25c/23c
Intel burn test: 48c/42c
WoW: 40c/36c
Arma 3: 40c/36c
Bf4: 42c/38c

i7 4770k @stock Fanless/withfan
idle: 26c/25c
Intel Burn Test: 60c/52c
wow: 44c/38c
arma 3: 42c/40c
bf4: 48c/40c

People often test them against something that is more than double the price of this unit and i don't think that gives an adequate indication of it's performance per dollar which i think is a huge deal in buying coolers.

The name is a little aggressive, but the packaging rocks and it's performance is pretty solid even for fanless.

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  • Robin T.
  • 9/22/2014 10:11:15 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIt's Big

Pros: I got this for my son for Christmas. Yea it's early but I started early. Great Deal Newegg has on this Monster, I got it for $45 shipped. It's big, I mean BIg, I mean BIG! No way it will fit in his case but it's ok I will be getting a Full Tower as well for the holidays. Looking forward of him when he opens this Megalodon. Packaging of this product is Premium.

Cons: None for me. Better have a big Case

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5 out of 5 eggsImpressive

Pros: Extremely good cooling performance on i5-4670k. Zero memory interference on ASUS z87 Pro. (About 3/4" of space between the cooler fins and the memory.) Price is very good considering how well this cools. Solid mounting solution. Truly silent fan (at low RPMs which is all this really ever need even under load.)

Cons: Too big for a lot of cases. Needed to find a very long (7"+) screw driver to drive the mounting screw at the bottom of the key way cut into all the fins just for this purpose.

Other Thoughts: I benchmarked the Lucifer V2 against the Corsair H110 that was already in my case and it performed admirably. Was able to maintain my 4.3GHz OC with only slightly higher temps!

Stock i5 4670k @ 3.4GHz w/ 8GB 1866 Sniper
Idle: 25c
PC Mark 8: H110: 40c LV2: 47c
Cinebench: H110:50c LV2: 53c
AIDA64 Extreme: H110: 55c LV2: 58c
Heaven: H110: 43c LV2: 36c

i5 4670K OC to 4.3GHz (max my cpu will reach) w/ 8GB 1866 Sniper
Idle: 25c
PC Mark 8: H110: 71c LV2: 68c (!)
Cinebench: H110:62c LV2: 67c
AIDA64 Extreme: H110: 70c LV2: 72c
Heaven: H110: 54c LV2: 56c

A trick to make installation very easy is to assemble the mounting hardware including the base plate and rubber sleeves first, outside of the case, then detach the base plate. leaving the mounting brackets and retention plate secured to each other they hold the perfect position for the base plate screws to fit right back in to secure the brackets to the MB. Then take off the retention plate and seat the cooler. This tower of a cooler just fits into my Corsair C70 case with 1/4" to spare. With the pipes mounted vertically and the fan set to pull air through the cooler towards the back I had zero memory conflicts. The C70 has a perfect cutout in the MB tray so I didn't have to remove it from the case to get to the back plate. The fan is very quiet -didn't up the acoustics of my case at all. I'm actually considering keeping this cooler in my case instead of swapping back to the H110. It's that good.

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3 out of 5 eggsA classic case of more is not better

Pros: The heat sink massive, and has a lot of razor sharp fins and a highly polished CPU surface that minimize the thermal resistance to the CPU itself. The package of the CPU is well done, everything unpacks nicely. The packaging is well thought out and the product is well documented. The build quality is very high, someone paid a lot of attention to the "look" department. There's also a huge fan that means the blades do not have to spin very fast to push a lot of air, which leads to very low noise level when this heat sink is operating.

Cons: This heat sink is MASSIVE, I tried to install it into my primary work station system inside a large workstation class chassis from a well known brand, the CPU would not allow the fan to be properly installed. My existing CPU cooler has a 120mm fan that fits in, but the 140 mm fan on this bad boy just would not fit properly on top the heat pipe extensions. Also the design of the heat sink is such that the fins sit quite low above the heat pipe structure, my system has high performance memory with attached heat sink that would not clear the bottom of the fan if the fan is mounted in the way that it would flow with the air current inside my case. My system also has a high performance MB that has the RAM slots quite close to the CPU socket and it has a lot of RAM slots. To minimize trace latency, the RAM slots have to be fairly close to the CPU, this causes significant issue with this heat sink as the fan would at least block 2 RAM slots. Another negative point on the fan, the fan and the heat sink is so massive, it would often require one to mount the fan on the side opposite to the RAM slots to avoid blocking the RAM. However, any high performance case would have side or top mounted intake fan that should guide air stream from the side or top of the case, through the CPU fan and out of the exhaust fan in the back of the case, if the CPU fan requires mounting on the opposite side of the RAM like it is here, then the direction of air flow would be against the air current inside the case, which work AGAINST the overall system cooling. Also to install this cooler into an existing system you have to disconnect the entire system, remove the motherboard, and mount a bracket on the opposite side of the board, while this is common for high performance coolers, given all the issue I am seeing with this cooler on my primary 4th gen i7 workstation, I chose to try it out on a test system that is a open case test bed in my work shop instead.
My test bed has an open MB with a C2Q 9650 chip overclocked and normally operate with a copper core CPU cooler with copper heat pipe and a 120mm fan. After switching in the "Lecifer V2", the CPU temp under load actually was higher than the previous install, despite lower idle temperature, which is a clear sign that the aluminum CPU block is not wicking heat fast enough under load to fully utilize the massive fins attached to the aluminum heat pipes. The "Luciver V2" works well as a good heat sink, but it is not as efficient as the market leader out there. What it does have is "brawny" look, but if you have a closed case and want the best efficiency, this CPU is an average performer that requires a lot of finessing to fit in.

Other Thoughts: Its name is Lucifer?! REALLY.
The comically odd name aside, I have to say the designer of this heat sink is making a product for someone who values "look" over performance. For one, why would a huge heat sink like this use an aluminum based CPU interface instead of copper, the basics of thermal dissipation design mandates in an application such as concentrated hot spot like a high performance CPU chip the most important design factor is to have the contact material with the least thermal resistance possible, that means any high performance CPU heat sink SHOULD have a polished copper CPU interface and copper heat pipe as copper has 2X the thermal conductivity when compared to aluminum. It doesn't matter how massive the fins and the fan are, if the CPU interface can't wick the heat away from the CPU chip fast enough into the rest of the cooler, all you get is a really cool set of fins, but not a really cool CPU. The extra large fan may give you lots of air flow at low speed and low noise level, but fitting it into a case is problematic in most circumstances unless you have a bathtub sized case and a mother board has a lot of space between the RAM slots and the CPU socket and you don't use high performance RAM with attached heat sink. All that seems to contradict with the components often found inside a high performance PC system.
At the end of the day, for my use case, I almost never look at my CPU cooler inside my workstation, while I like a quiet system, I also don't want to have to buy a boat sized case or sacrifice RAM slots to fit in a CPU cooler.
But this CPU does look cool, if you're into that, performance wise it could use some copper and better consideration on fitting into an average system.

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5 out of 5 eggsAlmost Silent

Pros: Can indeed be used to make a fanless computer!

My interest in this cooler is different from a gamer's: I'm a musician who appreciates a quiet computer when recording. I don't overclock, and my CPU uses less than 100 W, so I can actually use this cooler without a fan. Amazing.

In practice, I choose not to do this, because all the other components would suffer from sitting in stagnant hot air. But more good news: the fan that came with this cooler is extraordinarily quiet. I was able to eliminate one of my two case fans by locating the cooler fan to duplicate its effects, yielding a significantly quieter machine. So quiet, in fact, that I didn't notice for two days that I'd accidentally left it running.

Cons: This is a nicely engineered piece of hardware; my only complaint is that, given the intricacy of the design, some better instructions would have been welcome. The instructions are the kind that make better sense *after* you've finished the installation. I suppose it's presumed that anyone building their own computer has aptitude in this area, and doesn't need a lot of handholding; but with all the care and expense that went into packaging this cooler, I wish that they'd spent a bit more on the instructions.

Other Thoughts: And about that packaging: You don't unpackage this cooler; you disrobe it. For people into this, I guess it's lots of fun – you can post your “unwrapping” videos on YouTube. The manufacturer of this cooler – Beijing Deepcool Industries – doesn't have huge brand recognition in the states, and looks to have expended some extra effort to make this cooler stand out from the crowd. I think they succeeded.

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5 out of 5 eggsWorks well!

Pros: The packaging is very well done. I've ordered many hardware parts over the years, but the packing efforts done by DEEPCOOL really stood out the most. You can be assured that the cooler will arrive to you in one piece without any damage (unless someone went out of their way to destroy it I guess; but your standard postal-worker handling is of no use to this box). I may be over-selling it a tiny bit though :p

But, the nice packaging aside, you probably want to know how the cooler is. The cooler itself work very well, and the mounting bracket system is also pretty nice. I also really enjoy the vast socket support.

The fan is quiet as well. DEEPCOOL also includes a second set of fan-mounting clips, so should you want to mount another fan on (of proper sizing), you can.

Cons: When screwing the mounting bracket to the motherboard, there doesn't seem to be any clarification as to how tight you should screw it. I feel the bracket is on there pretty well, but I'm unsure if screwing it any further would cause problem.

The fan clips can also look a little bit non-aesthetically appealing depending on how you mount the fan. If you mount it perfectly with the aluminum fins, it looks fine, but if you have RAM slots in the way, you may have to raise the fan up a bit higher to accommodate this, and that's when the clips start looking a bit unappealing. The clips are also a bit flimsy, but as long as you take care not to bend them, they do their intended purpose perfectly.

Other Thoughts: With a i5-4670K system, the idle temps were around 30C. Not bad. On load though, it would spike pretty quickly up to 70C within the first minute. With passive cooling, it would go to 80C.

A FX-8350 system showed different results though. It would idle around 35C. On load though, it would go up to 40C in a couple of seconds, and then slowly climb to as high as 50C and just stick around there.

Arctic Silver 5 was the thermal paste used, and was applied the same way on both processors. Both processors also used around the same voltage (the 4670K used 1.25V, 8350 used 1.28V). The 4670K was also allowed to go through the 200 hour curing phase, and still showed pretty aggressive temperatures, even after re-applying the paste. The 8350 only had about 48 hours of curing.

The only other thing that could be causing the 4670K's erratic temperatures is just because of how it was designed (thick glue, thermal paste instead of solder). So ideally, the only way to fix this is to modify it in a way to void hardware (delid). Also note that I've had similar temperatures on the 4670K when using a Hyper 212 Plus.

So the point is, this CPU cooler works really well. Unfortunately though, it can't fix Intel's cost-cutting thermal design too well.

I also really like the socket support this cooler has. It was kind of shocking to realize though that Intel seems to have several kinds of variants on their mounting brackets, but AMD has the same one from AM2 up till FM2+.

As for why I mentioned the fan clips being a bit flimsy, I dropped one on the floor by accident, and stepped on it. Bent really easily (as most other thin pieces of metal would). But this downside also has an upside too; it was easily bent back and ready to be used. Everything else about this cooler feels and looks premium and durable, but the fan clips don't seem to meet such a standard.

This is easily the best air CPU cooler I know of though, and I really don't predict an upgrade being necessary, unless going to a pretty decent water cooling system.

The aluminum fins are also rather sharp. Gripping the cooler too tightly could lead to some nice cuts, so just be careful. Handling it normally shouldn't (and hasn't been for me) a problem.

Also, you cannot easily re-lubricate the fan. This won't really be an issue at all, but just something to note if you were doing some fan maintenance. Taking off the back sticker yields no bearing hole.

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5 out of 5 eggsExceptional high effeciency heat sink

Pros: I was waiting for this heat sink to arrive and when the UPS delivery came and he handed me the box I thought to myself this isn’t it. The box felt like it weighed 8 pounds! No way a heat sink. I opened the box and sure enough this was it, the Lucifer V2! The initial look of the box spells QUALITY without a doubt. Excellent packaging. I just had to weigh it and came in at 4 pounds exactly. Within the box are 3 separate boxes with the heat sink itself, one for the 140mm fan and a box with all the hardware. Very nice indeed. Also included is a high quality case badge (for those that use them) and heat sink compound. For my testing I elected to use Arctic Silver 5 in lieu of the included compound.

The heat sink is absolutely gigantic. The largest one I have ever seen or used. I knew it would do the job of cooling any CPU. The heat sink is nearly 6 ½” tall (168mm) so you’ll need to verify your case can handle this massive cooler. I installed it in a Cooler Master HAF 922 case which is 10” wide attached to a Gigabyte 890FX motherboard running my hottest CPU I own, an overclocked AMD FX4130. It is overclocked to 4.6ghz (factory 3.8ghz) using 1.424v. It’s a hotty for sure. I currently have a TT 4 cooling tube copper heat sink with a 92mm PWM fan. For my testing I used my purchased copy of AIDA64 and the System Stability Test between the TT and the Lucifer V2.

I booted Win 8.1 and let idle for 5 minutes using the TT and 92mm fan;

Idle temp = 19c
Max temp = 61c (after 15 minutes of Stability Test)

I booted and let idle for 5 minutes using the Lucifer V2 and the included 140mm fan;

Idle temp = 14c
Max temp = 46c (after 15 minutes of Stability Test)

What a great result. The excellent cooling ability puts a smile on my face. It looks like the heat pipes are strategically placed to maximize efficiency of the cooler. It is a great design.

Cons: Well, it’s BIG, but only ends up being a con if it doesn’t fit your case. So do the research before you purchase it or order it and a new case if you’re ready for a complete upgrade. I don’t see any other cons for this item at all. It is a high quality package all around.

Other Thoughts: This is a great alternative to the closed loop water cooling kits currently available at a substantially lower price. It may look like overkill but if you're wanting a high efficiency air cooler at a reasonable price this could be you ticket. I don’t think you could go wrong with this exceptional cooler.

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4 out of 5 eggsGreat Cooling at a Great Price

Pros: PWM Control on the provided fan
Supports two fans and includes a clip for another fan
Includes a good fan that moves a lot of air and is very quiet
Uses springs to ensure you can’t over tighten the screws on the mounting bracket
Awesome rubber boots for holding the screws in place on the back plate makes installation easier.

The included fan has like a rubber cover over the entire outside of the fan to help reduce vibration and make it quiet. Most just use little rubber pieces on each corner so this was new and it seemed to work well as I didn’t hear any vibration noises.

Here are some benchmark results of its cooling performance:

DeepCool CPU Cooler 140 mm (No Fan)*
• Idle Average: 85 °F
• Load Average: 179 °F
• Ambient: 70.9 °F

DeepCool CPU Cooler 140 mm (1 Fan)
• Idle Average: 79 °F
• Load Average: 165 °F
• Ambient: 70.0 °F

Phanteks PH-TC14PE 140mm (3 Fans)
• Idle Average: 78 °F
• Load Average: 160 °F
• Ambient: 71.1 °F

Cons: Not a con but this thing is huge, it barely fit in my Corsair Carbide 300R case.
It is expected but you will need low profile memory for this massive heatsink.
A really long screw driver is needed to install one of the screws for attaching the heatsink.

The mounting bracket that goes across the middle of the heatsink was very difficult to get installed as it frequently moved around (Because it just sits there as there is nothing to attach it to the heatsink) while I was trying to attach it. With that being said, it was also difficult getting the screws in the right spot as they slide to different spots depending on your CPU socket which is nice except that they constantly moved during installation making alignment difficult.

Other Thoughts: Overall this is the best cooler I’ve ever tested at this price point as it performs as good as some of the best air coolers that cost a lot more and even beats some AIO liquid cooling setups. Basically despite my one frustration during the installation, I say if it will fit you need to buys this.

CPU: Intel 4770K @ 4.5 GHz
Thermal Compound: Artic MX-4
Stress Test: Aida64 for 10 minutes

* I have 6 fairly decent case fans running at decent speeds which is why the passive temps aren’t out of control.

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