Tuesday, September 14th 2021

DeepCool Intros AK620 Dual Fin-Stack CPU Cooler

DeepCool introduced the AK620, a premium dual fin-stack tower-type CPU cooler. The cooler scrapes your side-panel at 160 mm height, and tips the scales at 1.45 kg. A nickel-plated copper base pulls heat from your processor, which is passed on to two aluminium fin-stacks at the ends of six 6 mm-thick heat-pipes. Two 120 mm fluid-dynamic bearing fans come included with the cooler, they each turn at speeds of 500 to 1,850 RPM, pushing 68.99 CFM of airflow, with a static pressure of 2.19 mm H₂O. The fin-stacks are recessed at the bottom to make space for your memory modules or VRM heatsinks. Among the CPU socket types supported are AM4, LGA1200, LGA115x, and LGA2066. The upcoming LGA1700 doesn't find mention in DeepCool's specs. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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11 Comments on DeepCool Intros AK620 Dual Fin-Stack CPU Cooler

#1
Tardian
tips the scales at 1.45 kg
Not for vertical motherboard PCs?;)
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#2
ZoneDymo
TardianNot for vertical motherboard PCs?;)
hey man, if you go the Dell way it would be mounted straight through to the case itself, no problemo!
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claster17
TardianNot for vertical motherboard PCs?;)
Plenty of large air coolers are around 1.2-1.5kg
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#4
natr0n
It's an assassin 3 basically with some tweaks.

I have one, pretty monster of a cooler.
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#5
Tardian
claster17Plenty of large air coolers are around 1.2-1.5kg
However, if you move your PC case around a lot or jostle it too much, the chances of the motherboard bending and breaking increase. This is especially true if you drop it!
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#6
m2geek
Ooooo That is one Fine looking cooler! Aesthetically it's Wonderful, strap a pair of Black Noctua NF-A12x25 (when they arrive) on it, and it'd be perfection.
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#7
bonehead123
Even though I don't do stacked coolers nowadays (I've had several, years ago), I really like the aesthetics on this one... nice, clean, smooth, especially the fins & top caps... now if they could just figure out how to get rid of those stupid spring clips, hehehe :)
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#8
Operandi
bonehead123Even though I don't do stacked coolers nowadays (I've had several, years ago), I really like the aesthetics on this one... nice, clean, smooth, especially the fins & top caps... now if they could just figure out how to get rid of those stupid spring clips, hehehe :)
Even though good looking heatsinks just kinda blend in I agree the aesthetics on this are really nice. Now if only other PC hardware would follow (particularly cases) it wouldn't be so hard to build a PC that isn't gaudy AF.
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#9
DeepCool_Phoenix
Deepcool Rep
The AK620 will be priced at $69.99, and I do expect the LGA1700 upgrade kit to come out for this cooler
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#10
bonehead123
DeepCool_PhoenixThe AK620 will be priced at $69.99, and I do expect the LGA1700 upgrade kit to come out for this cooler
cool, thanks for info... cause the 1700 bracket was gonna be my next question :)
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#11
Vader
"Scrapes your side panel at 160mm" is hilariously accurate, given the vast amount of pc cases that officially support up to 158mm coolers
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