Conclusion: Final ThoughtsThe first aspect of DeepCool’s V6000 we want to address is the performance. With the use of a dense aluminium fin array, 6 heatpipes and a copper base, we expected the main heatsink’s cooling performance to be good and that it was. It offered the best performance we have seen to date in the GPU cooling test beating its Thermalright, Gelid and Arctic Cooling rivals.
Summary: The Deepcool V6000 is big and heavy, and the fans are also big and powerful. The only problem is that after installing it, your video card will use four (yes, four) expansion slots from your case. Therefore, if you want to have a second video card in your system, your motherboard must have a distance of five slots between the two PCI Express x16 slots, and if you want to have two video cards with the V6000 installed you will need a case with eight expansion slots.
Excerpt: To be to the point, the Deepcool V6000 is a very decent aftermarket VGA cooler. It does a good job of keeping the graphics card cool while adding only the bare minimum of additional noise thanks to its super quiet fans.