DeepCool AK500 Air CPU Cooler Review
Mike Sanders / 1 year ago
While I appreciate the levels of performance which can be achieved with an AIO solution, I would freely concede that I’ll always take a personal preference for air CPU coolers. They’re simpler, easier to live with, and with the only maintenance being a little spring cleaning every now and then, they can easily perform for many many years without ever developing even the mildest of issues. – And this is not to mention, of course, that a high-quality air cooler can easily compete with many 240mm and even 360mm AIO liquid cooling solutions.
With this in mind, therefore, for this review, we take a closer look at the newly released DeepCool AK500. A brand new high-performance air cooler offers strong levels of cooling while still holding an exceptionally wallet-friendly price tag!
The DeepCool AK500 might on the surface seem like a fairly straightforward proposition. And there’s a good reason for that because it is. – There is no ARGB lighting and no overly complicated features. This is a straight-up air CPU cooler looking to offer strong levels of performance while also offering a genuinely attractive aesthetic. – In terms of understanding, this is as simple as it gets, and let me make it clear, I’m not complaining. I love it!
Offering full compatibility for all major Intel and AMD sockets (including LGA1200 and AM5) the DeepCool AK500 takes a no-nonsense approach by simply promising you high levels of cooling performance. – If you want something strong, sleek, stylish, and affordable, this could very well be it!
For more in-depth specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!
What Does DeepCool Have To Say?
“The DeepCool AK500 is a high-performance single tower CPU cooler that maximizes cooling potential with a large heat sink, five advanced heat pipes, and a highly efficient 120mm FDB fan.
Keep up with massive performance gains thanks to dominant cooling capacity from the AK500 boasting 240W of heat dissipation power to manage next generation processors. Tackle 4K gaming or high processing workloads knowing that your system is sufficiently cooled and performing at its peak.”