[Press-Release] After the successful launch of DeepCool’s new enthusiast-grade AK620 cooler, the company is releasing a more pocket-friendly cooler named DeepCool AK400. The new cooler will be available in two color variants, black and white. DeepCool AK400 is rated for up to 220W TDP yet is a single tower configuration and uses four direct touch copper heat pipes for faster heat transfer.

We see a dense matrix fin array heat sink for effective cooling performance. This is the same design we have seen in the AK620; you can check our dedicated review of DeepCool AK620 on this link.

The AK400 achieves high-performance cooling with minimal noise levels at ≤29 dBA full load noise output. The high-performance FDB fan maximizes airflow and static pressure when needed and intelligently ramps down for silent efficiency.

The compact size allows full compatibility with other components and fits in a wide variety of cases at 155mm tall. With a removable top cover, it supports some ITX cases at 153mm tall. Also, 45mm fin width supports 100% RAM clearance.

The improved installation method is made easy with a sturdy all-metal mounting bracket and a quick five-step process to safely fasten your cooler on multiple platforms supporting the latest from Intel and AMD.

Intel: LGA1700/1200/1151/1150/1155
AMD: AM4

In the AK series, DeepCool has also released the dual-tower high-performance air coolers AK620 & AK620 WH, featuring two low-noise, durable FDB fans for achieving outstanding cooling performance. The precision-machined convex base and six heat pipes that run along two high-density fin-stacks help the AK620 outperform with 260W of heat dissipation power.

Availability, Warranty, and Pricing
The AK400 Performance CPU Cooler is available on the DeepCool worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. All are backed by a three-year warranty, alongside the DeepCool worldwide customer service and technical support network. The MSRP of the AK400 Performance CPU Cooler starts at $29.99.

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