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DeepCool AK620 Review

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A big thank you to DeepCool for supplying the review sample.

DeepCool, formed in 1996, has grown to become an industry heavyweight. The company's focus on the enthusiast DIY market has paid off tremendously, with the company releasing well-regarded cases, power supplies, heatsinks, fans, and all-in-one liquid coolers. Overall, the company has shown an ability to think outside the box, continuously willing to try new things. When you consider that, it's no wonder DeepCool has become a popular manufacturer in the DIY PC market.

In today's review, I look at the DeepCool AK620. It looks like any other dual-tower cooler on the surface, but does a few things differently. First, it is only 160 mm tall, improving overall case compatibility. It also uses dual 120 mm fans, which gives it 43 mm of clearance for system memory, so as long as your RAM doesn't make use of extreme heatsinks, you should be fine. Finally, while you might consider this cooler a bit small compared to other large tower coolers, its weight says otherwise, with the AK620 coming in at 1456 g fully kitted out. Suffice it to say, it's a heavy piece of kit that should on paper perform quite well, so let's get to it and take a closer look at what the AK620 has to offer.

Socket Support:Intel: LGA1200, LGA115X, LGA1700, LGA2011 (Square ILM), and LGA2066
AMD: FM1, FM1+, FM2, FM2+, AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, AM4
Heatsink:Material: Aluminium (fins)
Copper (heat pipes)
Dimensions: 129 x 138 x 160 mm
Heat pipes: Ø6 mm - 6 pcs
Weight: 1456 g
Fan:Model: FK120 (DF1202512CM)
Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
Fan Speed: 500–1850 RPM
Fan Airflow: 68.99 CFM (maximum)
Fan Noise: ≤ 28 dBA
Features:Precision-machined convex copper base
160 mm cooler height for compatibility
43 mm RAM clearance in dual-fan mode 59 mm in single-fan mode
Simple multi-platform all metal mounting hardware for ease of installation
Warranty:Three years
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