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Akasa AK-CC9101BP01 Intel Performance Multimedia Low-Profile Cooler S775/1156/1366
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Akasa AK-CC9101BP01 Intel Performance Multimedia Low-Profile Cooler S775/1156/1366

AK-CC9101BP01 - Akasa Intel Performance 3x Heat Pipe mini-ITX Low Profile/Height Multimedia CPU Cooler S775/1155/1156/1366

Scan Code: LN35910

Manufacturer Code: AK-CC9101BP01

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Product Overview

The AK-CC9101BP01 is a performance side blow cooler with height below 64 mm which is perfect for desktop, mini-ITX and multimedia chassis.

Three heatpipes provide rapid heat transfer from a copper base to the aluminium fine-fins for ultimate heat dissipation. The side mounted 6cm fan support chassis airflow and utilizes reliable twin ball bearing for long life expectancy. PWM control provides optimal CPU cooling with minimal noise levels.

Akasa (patented) Easy Select Clip with Intel reference push-pin retention is used for no-hassle mounting on Intel LGA 775, 1156 and 1366 platforms - no backplate is needed. High performance thermal compound is pre-applied for easy and clean installation.

• Low profile, high performance side blow cooler
• Perfect for desktop, media and mini-ITX chassis
• Three U-shape heatpipes and copper base
• PWM controlled fan providing efficient and low noise cooling
• Akasa Easy Select Clip for multi-LGA mounting with pushpins
• Long life twin ball bearing
• Total height of less than 64mm


• Socket type INTEL LGA 775, LGA 1156, LGA 1366
• Cooler dimension 88 (W) x 63.5 (H) x 103 (D) mm
• Heatsink material Copper base and heatpipes, aluminium fins
• Weight 373.9g
• Installation Pushpins
• Fan dimension 60 x 60 x 25mm
• Fan speed 1000 - 4000 RPM (PWM controlled)
• Max airflow 23.9 CFM (40.5 m3/h)
• Max air pressure 3.6 mm H2O
• Max noise level 27.6 dB(A)
• Current rating 0.135A
• Voltage rating 12V DC
• Bearing type Twin ball bearing
• Fan life expectancy 80,000 hours
• Fan connector 4pin PWM
• Product code AK-CC9101BP01

Technical Specification

Socket Compatibility:1156
Adjustable Fan Speed Controller:No
Approx Fan Speed:1000 - 4000 rpmFan Dimensions:60 x 60 x 25 mm
Fan Airflow:23.9 CFMHeatsink Dimensions:88 x 63.5 x 103 mm (WxHxD)
Sound Level:27.6 dB


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Duration: 12 months

Type: Return to base

DOA Period: 28 days

RTB Period: 12 months

Manufacturer Contact Details

Manufacturer: Scan

Telephone: 0871 472 4747

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by very efficient Not fan of the fan mounting over the cpu . Would be eay to damage teh plastic mounts when replacing old fan unit 01 February 2013
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