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Akasa reduce cost of heatpipe cooling

Discussion in 'Industry News' started by Guest-16, 12 Jun 2007.

  1. Guest-16

    Guest-16 Guest

    London — 15 June 2007 — Akasa announced today a new range of low cost, high performance heatpipe coolers specifically designed for system integrators. They are AK-965 for Intel Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad, Pentium 4 and XE; AK-876 for AMD Athlon 64, X2 and FX; AK-875 for AMD Athlon 64, X2 and FX.

    “We looked at the cost of copper heatpipe coolers and decided it’s time to expand the market” said Adrian Young, marketing director for Akasa. “The benefits of copper heatpipe cooling are huge. We aim to make those benefits available to anyone. Price is no longer an obstacle to performance.”
    AK-965 is a socket LGA 775 cooler with a standard Intel push-pin fitting.

    AK-876 is a socket AM2, 754, 939 and 940 cooler with a steel cam-lever safe retention clip. Both coolers are made from high grade aluminium with three copper heatpipes set on a copper base and are designed to utilise a side mounted 92mm fan. The AK-875 is a socket AM2, 754, 939 and 940 cooler with a 74mm proile. Made from high grade aluminium, it has four copper heatpipes set on a copper base and comes with a steel cam-
    lever safe retention clip.

    All three coolers are ideal for desktop or tower PC.
  2. Guest-23315

    Guest-23315 Guest

    4 heatpipes?

    Sounds like a very basic cooler¬!
  3. capnPedro

    capnPedro Hacker. Maker. Engineer.

    11 Apr 2007
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    Is that four bent in half to make 8?

    Pictures would be nice!

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