Friday, June 14th 2019

Thermaltake Intros UX100 ARGB Low-profile Top-flow CPU Cooler

Thermaltake today rolled out one of the first few low-profile top-flow air CPU coolers that feature addressable-RGB lighting, the UX100 ARGB. The cooler features a classic "fin bunch" design, in which radially-projecting aluminium fins bunch up at the center to form the base. A 120 mm fan is suspended along a shroud over this fin-bunch, which features a silicone LED diffuser along the bore of the shroud.

There are 15 aRGB LEDs studded into this diffuser, which take in 3-pin standard input for addressable-RGB control via software. The fan features a hydraulic bearing, takes in 3-pin DC input, spinning at 1,800 RPM, pushing 38.82 CFM of air, with a noise output of 26.92 dBA. The cooler measures 122.3 mm x 122.3 mm x 66.1 mm, and can handle thermal loads of up to 65W. Among the CPU socket types supported are AM4 and LGA115x (no HEDT sockets supported). The company didn't reveal pricing.
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17 Comments on Thermaltake Intros UX100 ARGB Low-profile Top-flow CPU Cooler

#1
s3thra
I think stock coolers would outperform this. I wonder what the target market for this cooler is?
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#2
puma99dk|
This cooler remains me of the "Zalman CNPS7700"



But if that cooler has cobber in it and can cool I might gonna get one to try it out :rolleyes:
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#3
Basard
s3thra, post: 4064780, member: 186348"
I think stock coolers would outperform this. I wonder what the target market for this cooler is?
Pentium III HTPC builds, I'm guessing. :P
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#4
MEC-777
They need to get rid of the flames on the fan blades. Doesn't really fit with the rest of the design.
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#5
bonehead123
Ahh... anutha day, anutha ferris wheel cooler.... yawn :)
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#6
P4-630
MEC-777, post: 4064805, member: 173384"
They need to get rid of the flames on the fan blades.
Showing-off your CPU will be running hot...
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#7
delshay
I do believe they were also called flower type coolers back in the days. If they going to bring these flower type heatsink back, at lease add heatpipes like the Zalman CNPS8700-NT & a few others.
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#8
adulaamin
s3thra, post: 4064780, member: 186348"
I think stock coolers would outperform this. I wonder what the target market for this cooler is?
RGB fanatics...
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#9
delshay
P4-630, post: 4064837, member: 22154"
Showing-off your CPU will be running hot...
It may possibly be that way as I don't think the base is even copper.
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#10
Ferrum Master
P4-630, post: 4064837, member: 22154"
Showing-off your CPU will be running hot...
Thermal Make :laugh::nutkick:
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#11
TheDeeGee
Anyone got some bleach? The RGB is killing my eyes.

MEC-777, post: 4064805, member: 173384"
They need to get rid of the flames on the fan blades. Doesn't really fit with the rest of the design.
The flames look better than the fugly TT logo.
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#12
tigger
I'm the only one
65 watt load.....yawn
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#13
Vayra86
These new coolers are a bit like TN monitors: innovative new ways to sell you the lowest possible heatsink quality you could possibly find at premium prices. Just add RGB and a hunk of plastic, it seems...
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#16
micropage7
tigger, post: 4065391, member: 24505"
So who is copying who?
looks like OEM design that rebranded
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