Wednesday, March 31st 2021

Thermalright Rolls Out the 47mm-Tall AXP90-X47 Low-profile CPU Cooler

Thermalright today rolled out the AXP90-X47, a low-profile CPU cooler meant for compact Mini-ITX builds where Z-height is at a premium. The top-flow cooler offers a height of just 47 mm with its fan in place, and is meant for Socket AM4, LGA1200, and LGA115x platforms. The cooler should do fine as a stock fan-heatsink replacement, for running 10th Gen or 11th Gen Core processors at stock speeds.

The AXP90-X47 design consists of an aluminium fin-stack that's arranged along the plane of the motherboard, with 54 fins. Four 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat-pipes make indirect contact with the CPU over mirror-finish base made of the same material, conveying heat to this fin-stack. An included 92 mm Thermalright TL-9015 fan ventilates the cooler. This 15 mm-thick fan features a 4-pin PWM input, and hydraulic bearing. It turns at speeds of up to 2,700 RPM, pushing up to 42.58 CFM of air-flow at 1.33 mm H₂O static-pressure, and a noise output of 22.4 dBA at top speed. The cooler measures 92 mm x 92 mm x 47 mm (WxDxH, including fan); weighing 310 g. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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9 Comments on Thermalright Rolls Out the 47mm-Tall AXP90-X47 Low-profile CPU Cooler

#1
aktpu
Man, Thermalright is on the roll with these latest releases

Even though the article doesn't mention it, this also fits AM4 sockets according to Thermalrights website
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#2
WHDS
Looks decent for sff pc's
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#3
watzupken
Good to know they have AMD support. The reason is because, unless one is running a "65W TDP" processor that really sticks to the TDP very closely, this cooler is unlikely to be sufficient to cool the chip.
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btarunr
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aktpuMan, Thermalright is on the roll with these latest releases

Even though the article doesn't mention it, this also fits AM4 sockets according to Thermalrights website
Updated, thanks.
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#5
Chrispy_
That looks better than the Noctua L9 that I used to use.

It is 10mm taller, but it doesn't matter because it's still with the high of today's RAM modules. The L9 is from an era when low-profile RAM was still a thing and is now just needlessly compact at the cost of less surface area and less cooling.
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#6
Condelio
Lovely company Thermalright. Curious to see how it performs on dan a4-sfx compared to nh-l9i
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#7
Jill Valentine
Looks hella similar to Cryorig C7. Could still work fine on smaller rigs though when used with a low-TDP CPU. :)
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#8
Caring1
I was just doing a comparison online of similar low profile coolers last night, for a potential new build.
This one seems mediocre at best, I'll most likely go with a 120mm fan by I.D. Cooling with a true mirror finish on the plate and height of 64mm only.
In specs at least it is superior to the Noctua L9i Chromax.
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newtekie1
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watzupkenunless one is running a "65W TDP" processor that really sticks to the TDP very closely, this cooler is unlikely to be sufficient to cool the chip.
This cooler will be fine on any 125w chip running stock.
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