Akasa Freedom Force VGA Cooler

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Introduction

Akasa are a very well known company throughout the technology industry and they are renowned for their cooling solutions… they produce a huge variety of CPU coolers and cooling fans. That said, Akasa only has a few cooling products for one of the most thermally demanding components of modern high performance computers; the graphics card. Today we are going to thoroughly test and review their latest GFX cooler which was released a couple of weeks ago, the Freedom Force. The Freedom Force is a bulky, high performance cooler designed to complement the most power hungry GFX cards. It has been almost a year since the company last released a new product to join their GFX coolers range so let us see if the Freedom Force was worth the wait.

Manufacturer Features and Specifications

  • Designed for high-end and mid range ATI and nVIDIA graphic cards
  • Four heatpipes provide extreme thermal performance
  • Two white LED 80mm fans deliver high performance cooling with ultra-quiet acoustics
  • Cools the GPU and other on board components including VRMs
  • 22 x RAM sinks included
Application High performance graphics card cooler
Designed for NVIDIA and ATI VGA cards
Cooler dimensions 190(L) x 107.5(W) x 55(H) mm
Material Copper heatipipes, aluminium heatsink and fins
Fans speed 2200 RPM
Noise level 0.7 Sone
Rated current 0.28A
Power consumption 3.40W
Connector 3pin
Bearing type Sleeve
Weight 440g
Product code AK-VC-05

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