DeepCool seems to be up for the task of keeping your CPU cool, and the LS720 WH did just that. With idle temperatures that place it in second place overall, and load temperatures that bested out all of the other competitors we have looked at thus far, the LS720 WH really impressed me. I was a bit worried going into this review that the slightly thinner radiator might not provide quite enough fin surface area to keep temperatures in check, but the 22 fins-per-inch density paired up with the three FC120 fans seemed to do the trick.
As far as the non-cooling stuff goes, I think DeepCool has a great looking design with the LS720, in either black or white. The mirrored and illuminated pump housing isn’t overly obnoxious and in your face, and the FC120 fans look great, with their white bodies and semi-transparent fan blades doing a great job showing off their RGB lighting. Even without an included controller for the lights, the standard rainbow lighting effect looked good, and once connected to a compatible motherboard, your lighting options are really only limited by your software.
DeepCool’s ability to provide great cooling in a good looking package with ARGB customization goes a long way towards making a great product, and the LS720 WH is just that. Available for $139.99 from our favorite online store, the LS720 is a great value and should be considered for any AIO purchases you might be looking into making. The DeepCool LS720 WH earns a 9 out of 10 and the Recommended Award.
- Great Idle and Load Performance
- ARGB Lighting
- Reduced Cable Mess
- Competitively Priced
- Ambiguous Anti-Leak Feature
- Proprietary Connections