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ID-Cooling Unveils SE-224-XT Basic CPU Cooler

ID-COOLING today announced SE-224-XT Basic CPU air cooler, featuring 4 direct-touch copper heatpipe, 120 mm PWM fan and newly designed mounting mechanism. This cooler is designed to cool those processors with a TDP under 180 W. With a dimension of 120x73x154mm, this cooler is basically compatible with all regular ATX cases.

The included standard 120x120x25mm fan has 8 pcs rubber dampeners on all corners of both sides, running at 700 to 1800rpm with PWM support while pushing 76.16CFM air at maximum speed, noise level measured 15.2 to 32.5 dB(A). An extra fan clip set is included for a push-pull configuration. The bundled thermal grease is named ID-TG25, which has a thermal conductivity of 10.5 W/m-K.

ID Cooling Also Showcases Its Air Cooler Lineup at COMPUTEX 2018

ID Cooling at COMPUTEX took the opportunity to showcase its air cooling solutions under the particularly flattering lighting in the venue. The highest performance air cooler on show was their SE-207 dual tower cooler, a tried and true design in the air of tower coolers, with a 7x copper heatpipe design moving heat from the copper base to the nickel-plated fin array, which then sees its heat being discharged with the help of two 120 mm fans. The SE-214 RGB features RGB lighting, but has a single, slim tower design with direct heatpipe technology on its four heatpipes. There's a 130 mm fan design, which is very likely better than a 120 mm one (one hopes).

Their SE214-L tower cooler carries three different design philosophies, the Snow Edition, alongside the -W, and -R suffixes (which stand for the color of the LED lighting). The differentiation here is mostly done via the fan lighting, with the same 4-heatpipe design and 130 mm fan. All of these tower cooler designs have universal compatibility with both Intel and AMD platforms.
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