Frosty dishes the dirt on what looks like a great heatsink for Intel and AMD CPUs, but turns out to be a loud flop... or does it?
"The Akasa AK-922 is a hefty heatsink designed for all current AMD and Intel processor families so it should appeal to
all users. The AK-922 'Evo Blue' features no less than six copper heat pipes, a
very thick copper base, 52 thin aluminum fins, a small extruded aluminum
heatsink, and four strategically placed blue LEDs for internal
illumination. Three interchangeable base plates allow the Akasa Ak-922
heatsink to be installed on a variety of motherboards, while a 92mm PWM fan spins
at speeds of 600 to 3000 rpm. According to our real world sound measurements
that translates into noise levels of approximately 60.3 dBA to 42.1 dBA."