The Akasa family of universal CPU coolers has been replenished with the Alucia H4 Plus model, which is also suitable for 12th generation Intel Core chips (Alder Lake family).
The novelty has a tower design with overall dimensions of 148 × 120 × 92 mm. Four copper heatpipes run through the aluminum heatsink and are in direct contact with the processor cover. At the base there is a pressure plate that acts as a small additional radiator.
The cooler is endowed with a 120 mm fan with a thickness of 25 mm. Its rotation speed is regulated by the method of pulse width modulation (PWM) in the range from 500 to 2000 rpm. An air flow of up to 96 cubic meters per hour is created at a noise level of not more than 33.1 dBA. The maximum static pressure is 1.94 mm of water column.
The fan is built on a hydrodynamic bearing and equipped with a 9-blade impeller in dark blue. The declared service life reaches 40 thousand hours.
The cooler is suitable for processors with a TDP (maximum value of thermal energy dissipated) up to 185 watts. These can be AMD chips in Socket AM4 and Intel chips in LGA 1700/115X/1200/20XX. The price is about 42 euros.
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