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Akasa AK 965 Cooler

Akasa AK 965 Cooler


Factory bundled coolers are rarely able to satisfy enthusiast PC users both with regards to noise and cooling performance, this has led to a large demand for aftermarket cooling solutions and many manufacturers are fighting for a piece of this lucrative cake. There are hundreds of aftermarket CPU coolers available today, each designed for a different purpose. Today we will take a look at a cooler from Akasa, the AK-965. Although it is only available for socket 775 CPUs, Akasa claims that the AK-965 offers excellent performance, low noise and easy installation at an extremely competitive price tag. Sounds too good to be true?

Manufacturer features and specifications

  • PWM controls fan RPM accordingly to CPU usage and provides low-noise cooling
  • Three U-shape heatpipes give rapid heat dissipation
  • Copper base for maximum heat absorption
  • Intel reference push pins for safe and easy retention
  • Thermal compound pre-applied Video Games Research Paper Socket type Intel LGA 775
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Fan dimension 92 x 25mm (on 80mm fan fitting)
Fan speed 600 – 2500 R.P.M.
Fan connector 4-pin (PWM enabled)
How To Start A College Admissions Essay Quality Fan airflow 10.56 – 47.68 CFM Professional Cv Writing Service Essex Fan air pressure 0.18 – 2.56 mm H20
Fan life expectancy 45000/hrs
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Packaging and Bundle

The Akasa AK-965 comes supplied in a glossy cardboard package. At the top of the package there is a picture of the cooler while the sides detail the features. The packaging is thick and the cooler is well secured inside. We were quite startled to see no screws, no installation manual or any form of mounting kit! But more on this later…

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Stuart Davidson

Stuart Davidson is Senior Editor at HardwareHeaven having joined the site in 2002.