DeepCool AK400 WH CPU Cooler Overview
Taking a first look at the AK400 WH it has an all-white design, which I absolutely love. For those wondering about the size of the cooler the official dimensions are 127 × 97 ×1 55 mm and it weighs in a 661g.
Right at the front of the cooler we have a 120 mm cooling fan. This fluid dynamic bearing fan will spin between 500 – 1850 RPM with a max airflow of 66.47 CFM, max air pressure of 2.04 mmAq, and a max noise level of 29 dBA. This fan has rubber corners to cut down on vibration noise and I love the attention to detail on these as they are also white and have little design elements on them.
Looking at the cooler from the side we can see that we have a single-tower design and the heatsink tower is not all that thick at all at only 45 mm. The fan is held into place with fan clips, which is pretty standard.
Moving around to the back of the cooler we get a better look at the heatsink. The heatsink is also white, which is pretty rare to see. The heatsink features 54 aluminum fins and has a matrix fin design, which not only looks good, but should help with heat dissipation. The top of the cooler is capped off and has a small DeepCool logo on it as well as and those little design elements.
Flipping the cooler over we can take a look at the heatpipes as well as the base of the cooler. We have four 6mm-thick copper heatpipes, which are painted. These are direct-touch heatpipes so they will make direct contact with your CPU, then go up into the heatsink in a “U” fashion. DeepCool has opted to pre-install thermal paste on the cooler, which some may like and others won’t be a fan of.