DeepCool Releases AK Digital Series Air Coolers

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New Coolers Starting From $49.99!

[Press Release] DeepCool has always been a popular choice for PC gamers looking for suitable cooling solutions. The company has provided a wide variety of CPU coolers in the past, and this variety is expanding with the new line of AK Digital air coolers.

The new products include DeepCool’s AK400, AK500, and AK620 Digital. These coolers bring impressive performance at an affordable price while maintaining a sleek and low profile.

All three CPU coolers include a digital screen showing real-time CPU temperature. The company has also included a warning for high temperatures when cooling is no longer adequate.

DeepCool Digital Aircooler

DeepCool further highlights that the popular heat pipe tower layout from the AK Zero Dark lineup returns for the latest launch. According to the company, the new CPUs are perfect for mid-range PC builds.

The AK Digital series also includes the FDB FK120 fans, with the AK620 Digital utilizing two of these fans for impressive CPU cooling. These fans produce remarkable airflow and adjust speed depending on the requirement.

This ensures impressive cooling at optimal noise levels. A sturdy all-metal mounting bracket also makes the installation much more accessible than traditional CPU coolers, and all three coolers include an extensive three-year warranty.

For fans of white components, DeepCool confirms that white variants of the coolers will be released in September. The AK Digital series is now available to purchase, with the AK400 Digital starting from $49.99. Users looking for more robust cooling options can consider the AK620 Digital for $79.99.

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