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Akasa AK-CC7117EP01 K32 High Performance Intel Cooler for LGA775, LGA1156 and LGA1155

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  • Designed for Intel LGA775, LGA1155, LGA1156
  • Supports Intel Pentium 4, Core2Duo, Core2Quad, Core i3, Core i5
  • 92mm low noise PWM fan
  • Intel reference push pin for reliable retention and easy installation
  • High performance thermal interface pre-applied
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BrandAkasa
Item Weight327 g
Product Dimensions9.5 x 9.5 x 6.2 cm
Item model numberAK-CC7117EP01
Wattage95 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB005J2IS3U
Best Sellers Rank 3,292 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight454 g
Date First Available18 Aug 2011
  
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K32 uses a high engineering omni directional heatsink providing efficient CPU and motherboard zone cooling. Low noise 9.2cm PWM fan in killer Viper yellow uses Intel approved power management (PWM) where speed is regulated automatically by CPU usage. Under normal conditions the CPU fan speed is low ensuring low noise computing.Intel approved pushpins ensure easy installation, reliable retention and maximum compatibility on both LGA775, LGA1155 and LGA1156 platforms without any mounting adjustment, pushpins will automatically slide into correct position.K32 is designed to work with CPU’s up to 95W but greater cooling efficiency can be attained with efficient case airflow. Pre-applied high performance thermal compound ensures clean and easy installation.

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Akasa AK-CC7117EP01 - K32 High perform cooler

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By KM on 26 Aug 2012
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My Intel stock cooler was doing a terrible job so I wanted to get a new cooler to cool down my CPU as it was getting really hot whilst gaming, close to 90c.

I didn't want to go through the trouble of taking my motherboard out just to fit in a fan. I wanted something that would just clip in and do the job since I'm going to be running at stock speeds with turbo enabled, so I don't really need any serious cooling. That's one of the reasons why I bought it.

When it arrived I was surprised, the build quality is actually really good.
Which I was not expecting.

So I went ahead and opened it up, I removed the pre-applied thermal paste (As a good thermal paste definitely makes a difference) and applied MX-4 to the CPU.

Make sure you turn the pins in the opposite direction of the arrows beforehand or else they won't click in. (As it also says in the manual).

I simply placed it on-top of the CPU, fit it in place and just pushed the pins in. (Remember to ALWAYS make sure you feel a click or you hear one, or else it could mean you haven't fit it properly and then you'll be wondering why you're getting such high temps.)

Installation was super easy.

The problem I encountered was that my temps were a little high, around 45c. But after some research, I found out that the thermal paste needs some time to "cure", like set into place. After a couple days the temps dropped from 45c to 40c and then now they're around 33-38c degrees idle. The manufacturer who makes MX-4 (The thermal paste I used) Say that it can take from 100-200 hours for the thermal paste to cure. So don't start taking your computer apart straight away if you're not getting the best temps.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 19 Feb 2012
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This is exactly as the 2 previous reviews describe. It made a big difference to my HTPC with keeping the noise down, can hardly hear it. I'm using it on my ASUS P67 M/B which also controls the speed. Easy to install pop it in the holes and turn to lock thats it!. The price too was very good. Great buy. Thanks to the previous reveiwers which helped me to purchase this fan.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lewis on 30 Mar 2013
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Broke after a week of about 4 hours in use, Probs a one-off but still annoying was alright when in use with my CPU being at 27 degrees would recommend the Arctic Cooler fans though bought one last month to replace it and straight away was a lot quieter and the CPU went down to a cool 19 degrees..
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By W on 28 May 2012
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Installation was easy. Like really easy. Four click and it's in. It's not a huge amount bigger than the (substandard) stock cooler from Intel, but still it manages to maintain my quad core at a steady 25 degrees, even in the heat. As a reference, my cpu averaged 45 degrees in the same heat with the stock cooler. And this one is quiet too.

Incidentally, I bought an arctic freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 before this one and broke it trying to install it. It was really badly made, with a very flimsy plastic frame and instructions that require you to apply force to the frame to fit it. On top of that, the fan didn't work. Stick with this Akasa. It's much better. And cheaper.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MIKE PRINOS on 19 April 2014
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The good point is that keeps cpu cool.
The bad things is that it is very very NOISY and the pins aren't fitting well.

If there wasn't a akasa sticker i would say that it is a very cheap china cooler that costs 4$...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By bruno on 17 Oct 2013
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Extremely noisiy, unusable for home PCs, might fine for server-like computer hidden somewhere far away. I replaced it with cheap Intel fan that is much more silent.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mark G. Hopewell on 26 April 2012
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The fan is a dream to fit, so compliments there.

The fan runs my i5 processor as if it were stone cold, so more compliments.

However, it is audible but millions of times better than the fan that was on my old AMD. It has a dB level which is just above the fan noise on my PS3 - MK1. It becomes more audible when the CPU is underload and accelerates the fan RPM but again, it is not so much of a worry.

The thing is, I wouldnt know which fan runs the most quieter, except to say this fan, once installed and the MOBO and system parameters are tuned up, it runs fine. I was disappointed when I first switched on and thought "what a racket"! However, as I say, once the whole system is set up and the CPU and MOBO are working in harmony the thermal properties are most regulated and the fan calms down nicely. In fact, I like a little fan noise when working along, as it feels therapeutic in some mad way. However, there is fan noise and FAN NOISE!!! YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN??!! ;o)

One way or the other it is perfectly tolerable and unless someone can point me to a fan that is 100% inaudible and not liquid cooled-based, then I have no problem with this fan and especially at the price. I'm happy enough.

M.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M.Pacher on 11 Mar 2014
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This heatsink/cooler is the worst I've ever used, and I've built plenty of computers from scratch so the heatsink was not loose or improperly installed, it was attached to the motherboard like cement. My CPU is an i5 750 overclocked to a very modest 3GHz from the default 2.66Ghz. The safety temperature for it is 72.7C.

I bought this to replace an older Akasa which developed an insanity-inducing rattle in the fan.

CPU idle temp with the newly purchased K32 fan was 55C, temp went to about 70-74C at 70-80% load. Fan was at maximum speed nearly constantly, fan was very loud as it frantically tried to stop my CPU from melting. Possibly because of poor quality thermal paste.

I give this two stars thought solely because the fan was compatible with my old Akasa heatsink (can't remember name, sorry, 3 years+ old), the old heatsink with a new non-rattling fan is relief, the fan is not too loud when the temperate is kept under control... which the heatsink on this fan does not... or the thermal paste for that matter.
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