DeepCool Launches AK400 120mm Tower Cooler


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Yesterday, DeepCool launched the AK400 single tower 120 mm CPU cooler. Featuring four heat pipes measuring six millimeters in diameter with direct IHS contact, DeepCool claims the new heatsink will dissipate up to 220 Watts. The included 120 mm fan features an RGB-less aesthetic, fluid dynamic bearing, and spins up to 1850 RPM. DeepCool is offering the AK400 for only $34.99 and local availability is still to be determined. Below are the specifications from the DeepCool website along with the press release.

 

DeepCool AK400 CPU Cooler Specifications
Product Dimensions127×97×155 mm
Heatsink Dimensions120×45×152 mm
Net Weight661 g
HeatpipeØ6 mm×4 pcs
Fan Dimensions120×120×25 mm
Fan Speed500~1850 RPM±10%
Fan Airflow66.47 CFM
Fan Air Pressure2.04 mmAq
Fan Noise≤29 dB(A)
Fan Connector4-pin PWM
Bearing TypeFluid Dynamic Bearing
Fan Rated Voltage12 VDC
Fan Rated Current0.13 A
Fan Power Consumption1.56 W
EAN6933412727446
P/NR-AK400-BKNNMN-G-1

 

DeepCool Launches AK400, Performance 120mm Single-Tower CPU Cooler

 

[California, U.S. – April 26, 2022] — DeepCool, a global brand in designing and manufacturing high-performance computer components for enthusiasts worldwide, today announced the new AK400 Performance CPU Cooler. Boasting up to 220W of total heat dissipation power, the AK400 sufficiently cools demanding CPU workloads for outstanding system performance.

The AK400 is highly compatible and offers impressive heat dissipation power of 220W in a compact and efficient design. Four direct touch copper heat pipes quickly transfer heat away from the processor into a dense matrix fin array heat sink for effective cooling performance.

The AK400 achieves high-performance cooling with minimal noise levels at ≤29 dBAfull load noise output, thanks to the high-performance FDB fan that maximizes airflow and static pressure when needed and intelligently ramps down for silent efficiency.

With a slim profile, the AK400 air cooler serves as a thermal solution that can easily fit into mainstream system builds. The unique design of the matrix fin-stack and the top cover offers a premium aesthetic with zero RGB.

The compact size allows full compatibility with other components and fits in a wide variety of cases at 155mm tall. With a removable top cover, it can reach a minimum clearance of 153mm. The improved installation method is made easy with a sturdy all-metal mounting bracket and a quick five-step process to safely fasten your cooler on the latest platforms from Intel and AMD.

For top-notch cooling performance and a premium design, the AK400 delivers the ultimate compact single-tower 120mm class CPU cooler.

Availability, Warranty, and Pricing

The AK400 Performance CPU Cooler is available on the DeepCool worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. All are backed by a three-year warranty, alongside the DeepCool worldwide customer service and technical support network.

The MSRP of the AK400 Performance CPU Cooler starts at $34.99, for up-to-date retail price, please refer to the DeepCool website or contact your local DeepCool sales representative.

-John Nester (Blaylock)

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Yesterday, DeepCool launched the AK400 single tower 120 mm CPU cooler. Featuring four heat pipes measuring six millimeters in diameter with direct IHS contact, DeepCool claims the new heatsink will dissipate up to 220 Watts. The included 120 mm fan features an RGB-less aesthetic, fluid dynamic bearing, and spins up to 1850 RPM. DeepCool is offering the AK400 for only $34.99 and local availability is still to be determined. Below are the specifications from the DeepCool website along with the press release.

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