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DeepCool AK620 CPU Cooler Review

DeepCool AK620 Overview

As I mentioned the DeepCool AK620 is a dual-tower, dual-fan CPU cooler. With that it is larger than many other CPU coolers out there, but I wouldn’t call it massive. The official dimensions are 129 mm x 138 mm x 160 mm (LxWxH) and it weighs in at 1456 g.

DeepCool AK620 CPU Cooler

The cooler features two identical 120 mm cooling fans. These PWM fans feature a fluid dynamic bearing that offers low noise operation with losing cooling output. The PWM range of the fans are 500 – 1850 RPM and the noise level at full load is 28 dBA.

DeepCool AK620 CPU Cooler

These fans are attached to both heatsink towers using fan clips. You have a fan on the front of the cooler and another in the center. Each of the aluminum heatsink towers has a dense matrix fin array.

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Each of the heatsink towers has a cap on it that has a cool design on it and a DeepCool logo. I actually like this compared to something flashy, RGB, and over the top.

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Coming up from the base of the cooler are six 6mm thick copper heatpipes. These heatpipes go up into the heatsink towers in a “U” fashion, which is typical for a dual-tower cooler.

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We have a large and pretty thick copper base to the cooler. Taking a closer look the finish of the base is pretty clean, but machine marks are definitely visible.

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