Scan code: LN40974 Manufacturer code: AK-CC7117EP01

Akasa AK-CC7117EP01 K32 Intel PWM CPU Cooler

Akasa AK-CC7117EP01 K32 High Performance CPU Cooler, 1x 92mm PWM Fan, Aluminium Fins/Core, Intel Socket LGA775/LGA115X

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Scan code: LN40974 Manufacturer code: AK-CC7117EP01
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Product Overview

Omni-Directional Heatsink

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.

Easy Installation

Intel approved pushpins ensure easy installation, reliable retention and maximum compatibility on both LGA775 and LGA115X platforms without any mounting adjustment, pushpins will automatically slide into correct position.

Works with CPUs up to 95W

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.

• Compatible Socket type: Intel LGA775, LGA1150, LGA1151, LGA1155 & LGA1156.
• Cooler dimension: 94.8 X 94.8 X 62.3 mm.
• Heatsink material: Aluminium fins and core.
• Weight: 326g.
• Installation: Push-pins.
• Fan dimension: ∅92 x 25 mm.
• Fan speed: 600 - 3000 RPM (PWM controlled).
• Max airflow: 56.81 CFM.
• Max air pressure: 4.05 mm H2O.
• Noise level: 17.2 – 30.54 dB (A).
• Voltage rating: 12V DC.
• Bearing type: Enter Bearing.
• Fan connector: 4pin PWM.
• Package Contents:
K32 High performance cooler.
Installation manual.
Cooler Specifications
Edition K32
Cooler Form Factor Top Flow Single Tower
Cooler Features
  • Aluminium Fins
  • Aluminium Heatsink
Socket Compatibility
  • 1150
  • 1151
  • 1155
  • 1156
  • 775
Max. TDP  
Fan Specifications
Included Fan Configuration 1 x 92mm
Fan Edition  
PWM Fan Yes
Fan Bearing Type  
Fan Colour Yellow
LED Lighting  
Fan/Pump Connectors 1 x 4-pin
Max. Fan Speed 600 - 3000 rpm
Max. Fan Airflow 56.81 CFM
Max. Air Pressure  
Max. Sound Level 17.2 - 30.54 dBA
Cooler Materials Aluminium
Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)  
Dimensions & Weight
Heatsink/Radiator Dimensions 94.8 x 62.3 x 94.8 mm (WxHxD)
Total Dimensions  
Weight 362 g
Additional Information
Scan Code LN40974
Model Number AK-CC7117EP01
GTIN 4710614532007

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TekSpek Guides
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Date Issued: 1st Jul 2009

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Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008

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System Noise Reduction
System Noise Reduction
Date Issued: 5th Mar 2007

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Akasa AK-CC7117EP01 K32 High Performance CPU Cooler, 1x 92mm PWM Fan, Aluminium Fins/Core, Intel Socket LGA775/LGA115X is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very fiddly to install This is very fiddly to install and the pins you push into attach to the motherboard feel cheap. Once attached, it runs okay, but you better hope you don't have to remove it again at some point in the future.
Date published: 2020-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works perfectly on 6th gen i3 I am using this to cool an i3-6100, which has a relatively low TDP of 54w. It does a great job of keeping the CPU cool, without being too noisy. The black design and yellow fins are really nice, the only thing it lacks is a copper core, but not the end of the world. Having just ordered an i5-6600 to replace the i3, it will be interesting to see how well it cools that. The heatsink is rated up to 95w, so I imagine it will do the job nicely seeing as the i5 has a TDP of 65w. Overall I definitely recommend this product.
Date published: 2019-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good replacement for stock cooler Always find that the intel stock cooler needs too much force to push in the MB. These are low cost, well made and are much easier to fit. Also you can get a little bit of overclocking out of them but don't go crazy - buy a cooler ment for that.
Date published: 2019-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good CPU fan I have purchased more than 5 of these fans for different projects. They are easy to install and have all functioned correctly. The clips are easy to insert, and release if necessary. I have used them on simple applications where CPU's have been used in the standard configuration and not overclocked. They come with a patch of thermal conductive paste already in place.
Date published: 2018-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quiet and simple to fit Fitted this on a core i5 chip, exactly the same fitting as the stock cooler and so much quieter.
Date published: 2018-04-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than stock by a significant margin, Justifiable price. Given that the heatsink is around twice the height, the fan twice the size (and twice the maximum RPM in some cases), this will significantly drop temps from stock. Pairs well with cheaper overclockable chips (Pentium G3258 comes to mind), also with locked chips that you simply demand silence from. In my opinion, if you're not going for higher end aftermarket cooling, and you're just buying a 1150/1151 chip, you should probably get this, or a similar cooler.
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from replacement for cpu fan needed a new fan as the old one broke a blade when blowing dust out of comp, works a treat
Date published: 2016-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Buy Very good quality and value Very good quality and value Very good quality and value Very good quality and value Very good quality and value
Date published: 2016-05-02
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will this fit a acer ax3950 pc

Asked by: Jade1975
Hello, Looking at the motherboard for that PC, it would appear the heatsink is screwed on, rather than using the standard Intel push pins. That will mean there is a backplate on the back of that motherboard with the captive nuts poking through the holes to screw the Acer heatsink to. There is definitely (but not certainly) a possibility that you could fit this heatsink. A few times with Dell motherboards with the back plate, I have used a heat gun to remove the backplate, thus leaving the holes empty and enabling the use of a different heatsink. Please bear in mind that this could put undue stress/pressure on the CPU and possibly even bend the board slightly. Worth a try if it's not a really important system, but do so at your own peril.
Answered by: alex2468
Date published: 2019-05-31
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