We keep seeing heatsinks with good performance and price, and this time it’s the turn of the Deep cooling AK400cooling system that uses a compact design thanks to its dense aluminum radiator that is crossed by four 6mm thick copper heat pipes with direct contact with the CPU to quickly transfer heat to the aluminum fins, while on these it has a small base with channels through which air circulates to help with cooling.

Deep cooling AK400

The radiator is cooled by a 120 mm PWM fan which operates between 500 and 1850RPM generate a current of air up to 66.47CFM with a static pressure of 2.04mmH2O and a sound of 29dBA. All of this combined promises to get you business with processors Intel LGA1700, LGA1200, LGA1151 and amd AM4 with a consumption of up to 220W of powernot bad considering that the DeepCool AK400 was listed by $35which could translate to a price of around 30 – 35 euro in our market, which does not include any RGB lighting, and which has 155mm high, so it is compatible with the vast majority of semi-towers, as well as with any RAM memory module.

In June, the company will release a variant with a white top cover and fan.