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Akasa Announces Alucia H4 CPU Tower Cooler

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Akasa, has released a brand new tower cooler to add to its premium line-up. The Alucia H4 is made up of a sleek, all-black heatsink and a high performance 120 mm fan with enough cooling power to tame CPUs with a 185 W TDP, such as Intel's Core i7 12700 at Turbo Power, or AMD Ryzen 9 5950X. The Alucia H4 heatsink features a eccentricity design, which is a mounting mechanism which allows for different heights of RAM clearance. Simply adjust the clips attached to the fan and mount the fan above any RAM modules. Work or play, bring on the heat with the Alucia H4 - with a maximum 185 W TDP, this premium cooler can be used with the vast majority of high-end CPUs!

The heatsink has four copper heatpipes with Direct Contact technology, which provides a high level of heat dissipation. Compatibility is not an issue, with the mounting kit included with the cooler, which can fit LGA2066/2011/1156/1155/1151/1150/1200 and AM4, and a future update is planned for LGA1700. Akasa's premium T5 Pro-Grade Plus thermal paste is also included in the package, allowing the best heat dissipation possible from the CPU.





The Alucia fan consists of a premium metal Akasa badge, and navy blue, oceanic fan blades. These provide a high level of aerodynamic efficiency, optimising the airflow (56.3 CFM) and air pressure (1.94 mm H²O) for the fan. The Alucia H4 fan also contains HD Bearing technology, which essentially uses the turning of the fan to keep the bearings lubricated. This leads to an improved smoother rotation, extremely quiet operation and greatly improved fan lifespan of 40,000 hours.

Padded corners to dampen vibrations and noise, combined with a reinfornced frame make the fan a strong and silent force. Coupled with PWM control, the fan speed can be kept at a minimum when under light loads, essentially allowing for quiet yet powerful functionality. The overall effect allows the Alucia H4 to maintain a cool airflow and boosts the performance of your components.

Pricing & Availability

The Alucia H4 (AK- CC4017EP01) starts at €35.99 and is now available to order in the UK, Europe, and Russia.

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I really, REALLY like the look of that fan
 
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No isea how well this cooler performs, but that's an excellent color scheme. Kudos.
 

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672g, that's pretty light. I like that.
 
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From the looks of it, I highly doubt it can manage high heat output. I've used a few twin tower coolers from Scythe and BeQuiet in the past, but most are barely handling the heat from the Ryzen 9 3900X. While the Ryzen 9 5950X generally max out at around 141W, the chiplet design makes it quite difficult to cool due to the off center and small chiplet. I am not sure about the i7 12700, but certainly not the K variant because of the close to 200W power limit.
 

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From the looks of it, I highly doubt it can manage high heat output. I've used a few twin tower coolers from Scythe and BeQuiet in the past, but most are barely handling the heat from the Ryzen 9 3900X. While the Ryzen 9 5950X generally max out at around 141W, the chiplet design makes it quite difficult to cool due to the off center and small chiplet. I am not sure about the i7 12700, but certainly not the K variant because of the close to 200W power limit.
It's a 36€ part. Of course it's not high end. It will still beat the crap out of any stock cooler.
 
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