Scan code: LN123801 Manufacturer code: AK-CC6606BP01

Akasa Intel LGA1700 Low Noise CPU Cooler Intel

Akasa AK-CC6606BP01 Low Noise CPU Cooler, 1x 90mm PWM Fan, Aluminium/Copper, Intel LGA1700, 125W TDP, Twin Ball Bearing

Scan code: LN123801 Manufacturer code: AK-CC6606BP01
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Product Overview

Low-Noise and Efficient Cooling

Combines lo-noise, efficient cooling with great value. Designed to work with CPU’s up to 125W thermal design but greater cooling efficiency can be attained with efficient case airflow. Perfect for workstation desktop systems.

Intelligent and Optimised Design

Hi-performance and engineered aluminium heatsink with bi-ped fins to double the dissipation area, coupled with 92mm fan that features intelligent PWM function, delivers as much air as needed at any given time to cool the CPU. Coupled with hi-grade thermal interface pre-applied. Ensuring that the cooler delivers outstanding cooling performance.

New and Easy Mounting Design

New push-pin design to cater for the Intel® LGA1700.

Array of Compatibility

Supports common desktop motherboards such as ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX, and Thin Mini-ITX.

• Height of the cooler is only 63.2mm.
• Large full-height copper core for rapid heat dissipation.
• Compatible with Intel® LGA 1700.
• Intelligent PWM and silent fan.
• 90mm lo-noise and durable PWM fan.


• Socket Type: Intel® LGA 1700.
• Cooler Dimension: 94.8 x 94.8 x 63.2mm.
• Heatsink Material: Aluminium with copper core.
• Thermal Design Point (TDP) Support: 125W.
• Weight: 439.1g.
• Installation: Push Pins.
• Fan Dimension: 90 x 25mm.
• Fan Speed: 500-3400 RPM (PWM controlled).
• Max Airflow: 40.90 CFM.
• Max Air Pressure: 3.81 mmH2O.
• Max Noise Level: 36 dB(A).
• Current Rating: 0.38A.
• Voltage Rating: 12V DC.
• Bearing Type: Twin Ball Bearing.
• Fan Life Expectancy: 80,000 hours / 25°C.
• Fan Connector: 4-Pin PWM.

Cooler Specifications
Edition Copper Core Cooler
Cooler Form Factor Single Tower
Cooler Features
  • Aluminium Heatsink
  • Copper Base
Socket Compatibility 1700
Max. TDP 125W
Fan Specifications
Included Fan Configuration 1 x 90mm
Fan Edition  
PWM Fan Yes
Fan Bearing Type Dual Ball Bearing
Fan Colour Black
LED Lighting  
Fan/Pump Connectors 1 x 4-pin PWM
Max. Fan Speed 3400 rpm
Max. Fan Airflow 40.90 CFM
Max. Air Pressure 3.81 mm H²O
Max. Sound Level 36 dBA
Cooler Materials Aluminium / Copper
Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material) Included (Pre-Applied)
Dimensions & Weight
Heatsink/Radiator Dimensions  
Total Dimensions 94.8 x 63.2 x 94.8 mm (WxHxD)
Weight 439.1 g
Additional Information
Scan Code LN123801
Model Number AK-CC6606BP01
GTIN 4710679551746

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