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Akasa Venom Voodoo CPU Cooler Review

Posted on Tuesday, October 18 2011 @ 11:47:56 CEST by

Akasa Thermal Solutions are a well known cooling brand who strive to design competitive products which leave the consumer with a happy wallet. Value for money has long been the basis behind which their main products have been designed, with this aim proving to be successful enough to allow them to vastly expand their product catalogue. Akasa’s most recent success in the CPU cooling market was via the extremely competitive and highly regarded Akasa Venom. Today we will be taking a look at the Venom’s successor; the Akasa Venom Voodoo.

The Venom Voodoo keeps its predecessor’s striking yellow and black theme which resembles danger in the form of venom. Arguably the main feature of the Venom Voodoo is its gargantuan 6 direct touch copper heatpipe base. Yes, you heard me correctly, 6 6mm copper heatpipes forming a H.D.T. base. An aluminium fin array with standard fin spacing provides the heat dissipation medium for the 6 heatpipes transporting heat from the base. Airflow comes in the form of a pair of Akasa’s very popular 120mm Viper PWM fans which are capable of up to 1900RPM and 83.6CFM.

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