Monday, July 15th 2019

ID-Cooling Rolls Out the IS-50X Low-profile CPU Cooler Capable of Handling 130W TDP

ID-Cooling rolled out the IS-50X, a low-profile CPU cooler capable of handling thermal loads of up to 130 Watts, with a height of just 75 mm. The cooler features a "C-type" heatsink design. Five 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes make direct contact with the CPU at the base, and guide heat through an aluminium fin-stack that's arranged along the plane of the motherboard. The fins are slightly broader towards the portion of the stack that's directly above the CPU socket, and thinner along the periphery, to offer clearance to your motherboard's memory and CPU VRM areas.

A 15 mm-thick 120 mm PWM fan ventilates the fin-stack. This fan spins between 600 to 1,600 RPM, pushing up to 53.6 CFM of air, at a noise output ranging between 13.8 to 30.2 dBA. Measuring 122 mm x 120 mm x 75 mm (with the fan installed), the cooler weighs 385 g. Among the CPU socket types supported are LGA115x, AM4, AM3(+), and FM2(+). The company didn't reveal pricing.
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11 Comments on ID-Cooling Rolls Out the IS-50X Low-profile CPU Cooler Capable of Handling 130W TDP

#1
Gungar
130W with that? they have a good sense of humor at ID-Cooling!
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#2
IceShroom
Gungar, post: 4081104, member: 163163"
130W with that? they have a good sense of humor at ID-Cooling!
Maybe ID-Cooling compesating lack of metal mass with big 120mm fan.:cool:
Or maybe ID-Cooling is making a practical joke.:rolleyes:
Though one good thing is about the cooler is that no RGB.
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#3
bonehead123
well, what they failed to put in the press release is the brand new, top-secret-for-their-eyes-only, Ultra-super-duper-mega-extreme, nanite-particle-lined, upteen-gazillion-percent-efficient heat dissipation materials that this thing is made of.........and if you dare to inquire about it's composition, we will deny all knowledge of it's existence, and all your coolers are immediately self-destruct....

also missing was this fine print disclaimer: absolutely NO Borathean time crystals were harmed during the manufacturing of this product :roll: :D :clap: :respect:
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#4
TheDeeGee
I spotted a typo in the article... i think...

"This fan spins between 600 to 1,600 RPM"

probably must be:

"This fan spins between 6000 to 1,6000 RPM"

to handle 130 watt :p
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#5
yotano211
bonehead123, post: 4081108, member: 139670"
well, what they failed to put in the press release is the brand new, top-secret-for-their-eyes-only, Ultra-super-duper-mega-extreme, nanite-particle-lined, upteen-gazillion-percent-efficient heat dissipation materials that this thing is made of.........and if you dare to inquire about it's composition, we will deny all knowledge of it's existence, and all your coolers are immediately self-destruct....

also missing was this fine print disclaimer: absolutely NO Borathean time crystals were harmed during the manufacturing of this product :roll: :D :clap: :respect:
you forgot to say "super", you did say "Ultra-super-duper-mega-extreme", but you forgot "super" just by itself.
So I'm afriad your post is invalid.
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#6
Manu_PT
Doubt it can beat the current King, Cryorig C1
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#7
bug
What a clever design. Take the heat, carry it through heatpipes to the radiator. And then blow it back onto the CPU block :D
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#8
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Manu_PT, post: 4081138, member: 168799"
Doubt it can beat the current King, Cryorig C1
I was about to say this myself. A Cryorig C1 has a TDP of 140w. 6(C1) vs 5(IS-50X) heatpipes. Though the fan design probably makes a small difference
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#10
lZKoce
bug, post: 4081149, member: 157434"
What a clever design. Take the heat, carry it through heatpipes to the radiator. And then blow it back onto the CPU block :D
Isn't that how all top-down CPU coolers work? And you don't exactly blow hot air back. There are nice benefits to be had this way. The mosfet heatsink is partially cooled, the closest RAM stick, the M.2 SSD when located between the CPU socket and the first PCIe slot....Top-down coolers may not be the performance choice, but for every day use...I'd get one hands down, there is no dispute. I used to have Noctua nh-l9i, then TT Gravity i1, both pretty nice little buggers.
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#11
lexluthermiester
Gungar, post: 4081104, member: 163163"
130W with that? they have a good sense of humor at ID-Cooling!
IceShroom, post: 4081105, member: 175457"
Maybe ID-Cooling compesating lack of metal mass with big 120mm fan.:cool:
Or maybe ID-Cooling is making a practical joke.:rolleyes:
Though one good thing is about the cooler is that no RGB.
bonehead123, post: 4081108, member: 139670"
well, what they failed to put in the press release is the brand new, top-secret-for-their-eyes-only, Ultra-super-duper-mega-extreme, nanite-particle-lined, upteen-gazillion-percent-efficient heat dissipation materials that this thing is made of.........and if you dare to inquire about it's composition, we will deny all knowledge of it's existence, and all your coolers are immediately self-destruct....
also missing was this fine print disclaimer: absolutely NO Borathean time crystals were harmed during the manufacturing of this product :roll: :D :clap: :respect:
TheDeeGee, post: 4081121, member: 108032"
I spotted a typo in the article... i think...

"This fan spins between 600 to 1,600 RPM"

probably must be:

"This fan spins between 6000 to 1,6000 RPM"

to handle 130 watt :p
Are you all done? This cooler is designed for a very specific use-case scenario and it looks like it would excel at it. Put on a higher CFM fan and it performs better. I'm looking carefully at this one.

lZKoce, post: 4081428, member: 102554"
Isn't that how all top-down CPU coolers work? And you don't exactly blow hot air back. There are nice benefits to be had this way. The mosfet heatsink is partially cooled, the closest RAM stick, the M.2 SSD when located between the CPU socket and the first PCIe slot....Top-down coolers may not be the performance choice, but for every day use...I'd get one hands down, there is no dispute. I used to have Noctua nh-l9i, then TT Gravity i1, both pretty nice little buggers.
Exactly.

freeagent, post: 4081367, member: 181703"
Thermalright has you covered again.. 180w

http://thermalright.com/product/axp-100rh/
That is a good cooler, but is much larger and wouldn't fit into smaller spaces.
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