Akasa Evo33 ( AK-913 ) AMD 64 heatpipe cooler
Posted by: on: 29.12.2005 01:00:00 [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
The Akasa Group of companies was founded in 1997 with offices in Taipei and London. Our management team are all experienced in Electronic and Electro-mechanical product development. They currently have offices in London, Taipei, Rotterdam and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Akasa have been at the forefront of the Custom PC revolution, beginning in 2000 with the introduction of Extreme Coolers, for the overclocking fraternity, quickly followed by aerodynamic round cables and PAXmate sound absorption kits. These Akasa PC products can be found in “High St. everywhere”, retailed through the leading on-street companies, they can also be found at the major e-retailers. They Also supply the Akasa Eclipse 62 which since I reviewed it has been my main PC’s case and I wouldn’t swap it for anything.
Today we are looking at the AK-913,(EVO33) this is Akasa’s latest offering for the Socket 939/754 market.( it is also made for the socket 478 platform in a separate package ) We recently took a look at the AK-859 cooler, but this cooler is based on heatpipe technology and designed in a completely different way. Will it perform better than the 859 which we awarded our best in cat award? Well that’s what we are going to find out, let’s get on with the review.
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