Akasa Unveils 3 New LGA1700-Compatible CPU Coolers
Mike Sanders / 3 months ago
Akasa has released new variants of their classic CPU coolers, updated for Intel’s Alder Lake processors (LGA 1700 mounting system). The three coolers are designed for unlocked desktop CPUs (AK-CC6606BP01), F-Series desktop CPUs (AK-CC6603EP01), and T-Series desktop CPUs (AK-CC6601EP01). These coolers will work at the TDP set by Intel and will follow the official thermal and mechanical design guide, improving heat dissipation from the Alder Lake processors.
Akasa Intel Alder Lake-S CPU Coolers
Akasa’s coolers have been updated to suit the new LGA1700 socket measurements with an increased core diameter of 43.6 mm, allowing more contact with the CPU and therefore more heat to conduct through to the heatsink fins. The standard coolers come with an optimised push pin length, where the length of the pin has increased to provide the best lateral pressure possible. The high-quality copper core improves heat dissipation and produces incredibly cool results in combination with the high-performance CPU fans attached to the coolers.
AK-CC6606BP01 is rated for 125 W TDP CPUs and is an essential component for high-performance workstation desktop systems. With a 63.2 mm height, and 90 mm low-noise fan, this CPU cooler is a great option for office workstations that need more cooling power. AKCC6603EP01is a 77 W TDP rated cooler with a slightly shorter height, and a larger 95 mm fan, which increases the airflow through the heatsink. This cooler is also made especially for workstation desktop systems, get the best for your PC, and upgrade your cooling potential! AK-CC6601EP01 is the perfect companion to a small form factor build, with the 26.9 mm height making it a powerful cooler in a tiny package. A 35 W TDP rating and a 75 mm fan can handle the heat and is essential for a thin case and motherboard combination!
Price & Availability
Available to purchase now, the AK-CC6606BP01 / AK-CC6603EP01 / AK-CC6601EP01 coolers start at €24.95, €14.95, and €13.95 respectively. – If you do, therefore, want to learn more about Akasa and their LGA1700 cooling solutions, you can check out their official website via the link here!
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