• 10/30/2012 12:00:00 AM
  • Deepcool ICE BLADE PRO V2.0 CPU Cooler Review
  • With its stock fan, the ICE BLADE PRO V2.0 is an efficient CPU cooler, with a good cooling performance and a very low noise level. The installation is easy and reliable, which is a good characteristic for a tower cooler. It could probably perform even better if you install a second fan, or replace the quiet fan that comes with it for a stronger (and louder) one. Being a quiet, beautiful, well-made, and good performance CPU cooler, the Deepcool ICE BLADE PRO V2.0 receives our Silver Award.
  • 1/18/2013 12:00:00 AM
  • DeepCool Ice Blade Pro v2.0
  • This is another good suggestion for a reliable and nice cooler, and it has a very low noise level, it is also super easy to install, so everyone should be able to handle the mounting of this cooler. All in all, this cooler fully comparable with the other top coolers on the market. The performance is top notch and deliver the goods, it cools well and is also very quiet and that is a big plus with me. The quality is good, there is nothing that is loose or seems fragile, mounting kit for both cooler and the fan also seems nice and sturdy. Price and performance are just okay at Deep Cool Ice Blade Pro v2.0 with a price of 308, - Dkr it is clearly a good buy. Deep Cool Ice Blade Pro v2.0 is available here. Super bargain. It is a brilliant product for a small price that everyone should be able to overcome.
  • 1/20/2013 12:00:00 AM
  • Cooler Master, DEEPCOOL, Noctua, and Thermaltake CPU Cooler Roundup
  • At $44.99 the DEEPCOOL Ice Blade Pro V2.0 rings in as the least expensive cooler in this roundup. At $20 less expensive than the Cooler Master TPC 812 it delivered identical performance in the overclocked tests even though it didn't rule the roost in the stock tests. This lower cost comes at a price of a bit of ear sanity though, as the Ice Blade Pro V2.0 does have a bit more of an annoying whine to it when spinning at maximum RPM. I have the feeling that it would perform better on a larger CPU like a Sandy Bridge-E or a Bulldozer, because of the size of the base and how the heat pipes are positioned, but it still performed adequately on the relatively tiny Sandy Bridge i7 2600K. If you like blue lighting and don't want to spend an arm and a leg to keep your reasonably-overclocked CPU cool then the Ice Blade Pro V2.0 may be worth a look!
  • 5/14/2013 4:54:35 PM
  • Deepcool ICE BLADE PRO V2.0 Heatsink Review
  • The exposed heatpipe base of Deepcool's IceBlade Pro V2.0 creates a usable surface area of 50x45mm. At the top of the heatsink is a cover plate to hide the tips of the heatpipes from view. An exhaust fan can be attached to the aluminum fin tower if you wish, extra wire brackets are included for this but only one fan is supplied.
  • 7/5/2013 2:54:28 PM
  • Deepcool Ice Blade Pro V2.0 Review: Being Cool and Sensible.
  • Η Ice Blade V2.0 δεν είναι ένα flagship που διεκδικεί δάφνες που δεν της ανήκουν. Ούτε ο Δαβίδ που θα σκοτώσει τους γίγαντες του χώρου. Σίγουρα αν είστε διατεθειμένοι να διαθέσετε πολλαπλάσια ποσά για την ψύξη του επεξεργαστή σας, δεν απευθύνεται σε εσάς. Η Ice Blade V2.0 είναι μια γήινη πρόταση, με πολύ καλή τιμή και με πολύ υψηλό performance/€. Συνήθως οι enthousiasts δεν συμπαθούν αυτά τα προϊόντα αλλά ξεχνούν κάτι βασικό: είναι αυτά τα προϊόντα, που φέρνουν το 80% του high end performance στις χαμηλότερες τιμές, τα οποία σπρώχνουν το high end και την βιομηχανία, εν γένει, να φύγει μπροστά. Και είναι αυτά τα προϊόντα, που μπορούν λόγω της φιλικής τους τιμολόγησης να εισάγουν τις μεγάλες μάζες του κόσμο του "stock", στο κάτι παραπάνω. Μπράβο Deepcool!