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Akasa Launches its SOHO H4 ARGB CPU Cooler

Akasa has announced the release of their brightest tower cooler yet. Standing at 157 mm tall, the SOHO H4 cooler is an excellent addition to any high-end PC build, and its 185 W TDP rating allows the most powerful CPUs to be tamed, such as the unlocked Core i9 and the Ryzen 9. This cooler features premium aRGB aesthetics, bright enough to turn heads and show off the best of your PC.

Akasa SOHO H4 ARGB CPU Cooler

The SOHO H4 is made up of a premium aluminium heatsink with copper heat pipes and an Akasa aRGB top panel. The aRGB is sync compatible with most major motherboard lighting software, including MSI JRainbow, ASUS AURA ASRock RGB Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and Razer Chroma. With up to 16 million colour combinations, the world is your oyster when customising the lighting effects – display your PC to its maximum potential! Inside the box, a SOHO AR fan is also included, a part of the SOHO range at Akasa. Installation is as easy as pie; simply snap the fan onto the cooler and plug the fan into the motherboard! The fan can be elevated on the cooler for RAM clearance, and a second fan can also be attached to the opposite side for even better heat dissipation.

The SOHO AR fan included with the cooler is able to provide excellent cooling and high airflow, compared to its low noise level. The quiet, high-performance fan is excellent for productivity, producing fewer distractions and more focus on the tasks at hand. The cooler is perfect for those who want the flair that comes with aRGB, mixed with the powerful cooling capabilities which are able to tame some of the best CPUs currently on the market!

Specifications

Where Can I Learn More?

Akasa has confirmed that the SOHO H4 (AK-CC4018EP01) CPU cooler is available to purchase now through retailers in both the US and EU with consumers likely expecting prices of £52.95/ €55.85. – If you do, therefore, want to learn more about the SOHO H4, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

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