Friday, July 31st 2020

ID-Cooling Introduces SE-914-XT Series CPU Air Cooler

ID-COOLING today announced SE-914-XT Series CPU air cooler, featuring a comparatively big heatsink in the section of 130 mm height. Both coolers have 4 direct-touch copper heatpipes, 92 mm PWM fan and newly designed metal-mecha mounting system which is proved user friendly on the previous SE-224-XT series. Model names are: SE-914-XT ARGB & SE-914-XT BASIC.

With a quite thick heatsink design, these two coolers are designed for a TDP max at 150 W. In a height of 131 mm for the ARGB version / 126 mm for the Basic version, they can fit very well into medium size cases. ARGB version has a black heatsink and a top ARGB cover while BASIC version has only a top black sticker for a stealthy look.
Both coolers has a 92x92x25mm fan running at 600 to 2200rpm with PWM support while pushing 45.8CFM air at maximum speed. An extra fan clip set is included for a push-pull configuration. ARGB version has separate 5 V 3pin ARGB cable from the fan and cable controller for users who don't have a RGB ready motherboard.

The bundled thermal grease is named ID-TG25, which has a thermal conductivity of 10.5 W/m-K.

The newly designed metal-mecha mounting system provides secure installation of the cooler. The two coolers are compatible with all mainstream CPU sockets, including Intel LGA2066/2011/1200/1150/1151/1155/1156 and AMD AM4.
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9 Comments on ID-Cooling Introduces SE-914-XT Series CPU Air Cooler

#1
Caring1
92mm fan, perfect for your next 775 build. :laugh:
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#2
bonehead123
@ID cooling...

Just so you know:

If anything goes wrong, anything at all... your fan, my fan, nobody's fan... it won't matter - cause I'm gonna blow your head off. No matter what else happens to that smoldering 150w cpu, no matter who else gets killed, I'm still gonna blow your head off.....

- John Wayne
(aka Jacob 'Big Jake' McCandles) :roll:
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#3
Bladeknight
lmao no thanks! I rather use Intel stock cooler.
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#4
AsRock
TPU addict
I wounder if the gaps all so exist as much as they do in the digital picture up top.
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#5
ColdRush
Interested in benchmarks, this is right at the height limit for an NCASE M1 so with a fan swap it may be a decent contender.
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#6
tabascosauz
ColdRush
Interested in benchmarks, this is right at the height limit for an NCASE M1 so with a fan swap it may be a decent contender.
With a "fan swap", there'll be literally no reason to use this crappy budget rendition over a D9L, let alone a U9S or C14S. 92mm tower with 4 uneven direct touch heatpipes isn't exactly a novel idea.
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#7
silkstone
In reality the ID-Cooling products cost 1/2 their MSRP (where I live) and have 1/2 the rated cooling capacity. They are fine for what they are (I have one) so long as you know what you're getting.
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#8
Athlonite
4×Ф6mm Heatpipes ????? WTF just use 8mm one for christ sakes it's not like they cost a heck of alot more and would work better and 45.8CFM Max. Air Flow for crying out loud use some decent fans
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#9
ColdRush
tabascosauz
With a "fan swap", there'll be literally no reason to use this crappy budget rendition over a D9L, let alone a U9S or C14S. 92mm tower with 4 uneven direct touch heatpipes isn't exactly a novel idea.
MSRP of all of the Noctua offerings is much higher, obviously you get what you pay for and this has a place in the budget market.
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