Akasa Displays New AIO Liquid Coolers at Target Open Day




/ 4 years ago

Akasa Displays New AIO Liquid Coolers at Target Open Day

Akasa is well known for their high-end compact chassis designs, and they used to make some pretty decent coolers too. They haven’t done a huge amount in the cooling market for a few years, but now it looks like they’re ready to make a comeback with the Venom A20 and Venom A10 AIO liquid coolers. The A10 in a 120mm unit, while the larger A20 is a 240mm unit, coming with one and two Akasa 120mm Viper Fans respectively.

The pump design is simple and modern, with an angular and low-profile design, powered by a single 3-pin fan header. It comes with support for all major socket types, even going back to 775 sockets if you really wanted to.

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There is a large copper contact plate on the bottom too, which will provide excellent surface coverage and also help greatly with heat transfer.

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Both coolers come with pivot mounts on the thick tubing.

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The A20 is available now with an RRP of £74.99 while the A10 is just £54.95.

Also on display, their new Nero LX2 low-profile cooler, which is just 57mm tall!

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And finally, their S-flow Viper fans, which look great with those bright yellow blades.

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