It seems like every few years we see a new cooling company pop up and try and break into the industry, which is definitely easier said that done, especially when it comes to air cooling. It is very hard to get someone to break away for their tried and true coolers that they’ve used for years. Well entering the scene is Iceberg Thermal, which will offer CPU coolers, VGA coolers, case fans, thermal paste, thermal pads, and water coolers. Today we will be taking a look at their IceSLEET X7 Dual CPU cooler, which definitely stands out, but will it stand up to the competition? The IceSLEET X7 Dual is a dual-tower, dual-fan air cooler featuring seven 6mm-thick copper heatpipes and able to handle a thermal capacity of 225W! It also has a very unique design with of course some RGB lighting. Let’s jump in and see what it is all about!
Special thanks to Iceberg Thermal for providing us with the IceSLEET X7 Dual CPU Cooler to review.
The IceSLEET X7 Dual comes in a pretty plain box that just has a small sticker on it to let you know you are in fact buying the IceSLEET X7 Dual. Flipping over to the back there is a full list of specifications and it lets us know what comes in the box.
Besides the cooler, inside the box you’ll find your mounting hardware for both Intel and AMD, thermal paste, a Y-adapter for the fans, and installation instructions. For those wondering this cooler supports Intel LGA 1200, 2066, 115X, 2011-0, 2011-3 (Square ILM), 1366, 775 and AMD AM4, AM3(+), AM2(+), FM2(+), FM1 sockets.