DeepCool AK500 Zero Dark Intel/AMD Single Tower CPU Cooler
DeepCool AK500 Zero Dark CPU Cooler, 1x 120mm Fan, Single Tower, 5x Heatpipes, 120mm Fan, Aluminium Fins, Intel/AMD
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
AK500 ZERO DARK Single Tower CPU Cooler from DeepCool
PRIME PERFORMANCEThe DeepCool AK500 ZERO DARK is a high-performance single tower CPU cooler that maximises cooling potential with a large heat sink, five advanced heat pipes, and a highly efficient 120mm FDB fan. Keep up with massive performance gains thanks to dominant cooling capacity from the AK500 ZERO DARK, boasting 240W of heat dissipation power to manage next generation processors. Tackle 4K gaming or high processing workloads knowing that your system is sufficiently cooled and performing at its peak.
Zero Dark EditionNow featured in a full blackout edition that coats the every surface on the heatsink, heat pipe, and mounting bracket in all-black for a dark midnight aesthetic that suits any setup.
Fluid Dynamic Bearing Fan
COOL, QUIET, AND POWERFULAchieve high-performance cooling with minimal noise levels thanks to the included FK120 fan that maximises airflow and static pressure when needed and intelligently ramps down for silent efficiency. An optional low-speed adapter and extra fan clips are included for upgrades.
≤31.5 dBA – Full Load Noise Output
500~1550 RPM±10% – Dynamic PWM Range
Fluid Dynamic Bearing – Long Operational Lifespan
Balanced Bidirectional Heat Pipe Technology
Advanced Heat DissipationBy optimising the internal capillary structure and injecting a precise amount of liquid, our copper heat pipes achieve the best heat dissipation performance regardless of whether the cooler is in a vertical or horizontal case. This perfect ratio facilitates a highly efficient phase change throughout the heat pipe and achieves lower thermal resistance across a wide TDP range.
Simple and Secure Installation
Intel & AMD CompatibleThe provided all metal mounting bracket provides an easy installation process that ensures proper contact and equal pressure on both Intel and AMD platforms.
|AK500 Zero Dark
|Cooler Form Factor
|Included Fan Configuration
|1 x 120mm
|Fan Bearing Type
|Fluid Dynamic Bearing
|1 x 4-pin PWM
|Max. Fan Speed
|500 ~ 1850 +/- 10% rpm
|Max. Fan Airflow
|Max. Air Pressure
|2.19 mm H²O
|Max. Sound Level
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)
|Dimensions & Weight
|127 x 158 x 90 mm (WxHxD)
|127 x 158 x 117 mm (WxHxD)
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- RTB Period:
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