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Thermalright Releases the AXP-200 Low-Profile CPU Cooler

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Thermalright has now rolled out its latest heat-dispersing creation, the HTPC-friendly AXP-200 CPU cooler. This low-profile cooler measures 150 (L) x 140 (W) x 60 (H) mm, it weighs 475 grams and features six 6 mm-thick heatpipes, a nickel plated copper base, an adjustable fan mount, and a 150 mm fan operating at 700 to 1300 RPM (maximum sound level is 30.6dBA).

    The AXP-200 supports Intel LGA775/1156/1366/1155/2011/1150 and AMD AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2 processors and costs €49.99.

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    It's nice looking but a little pricey.
     
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    Looks like ITX is getting lots of love :D
     
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    Thermalright is always pricey. Not too sure about the color scheme on that fan, imo.
     
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    This is bigger than AXP-100
     
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    I am not sure about its low-profileness. Not my cup of tea. The picture shows it with Corsair XMS memory installed. Let's say for the fun of PC buidling, I slap Corsair Dominator with Extended fins? I'd take Noctua here thank you very much :D
     
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    Noctua's L9 is not very powerful.
     
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    Thermalright usually has fair pricing. The 150mm fan probably drives the price up. No one needs top mounted RAM heatsinks, they just increase the cost of the RAM and cause clearance issues. Long before tower coolers existed all HSFs were horizontal and they work just fine. I expect the 6 heatpipes do a pretty good job for this style HSF.
     
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    coool. maybe im gonna buy it
     
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    I wonder how it compares to the old AXP-140
     
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    Any wattage ratings available?
     
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    Damn. I just bought the AXP-100 to cool a 6800K. Though the axp100 is good enough, it surely wont hurt to have a low noise fan pairing up a bigger heatsink!
     
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    I still hate their "let's do weird gross colors like Noctua" approach but bravo on capping the heatpipes.
     

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