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ID-Cooling SE-207-XT Black Review

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While still considered a relative newcomer to the PC-cooling market, ID-Cooling has really started to put pressure on its competitors. With releases like the SE-914-XT and SE-224-XT, they have shown they can offer top-tier performance for your dollar. The company has also expanded into numerous regions and stepped up its game by delivering a diverse portfolio of cooling products. In addition, each revision of a product or new product release has shown new improvements or additional features. Suffice it to say, if they keep that up, I expect they will continue to grow at a rapid pace.

Today's review focuses on the ID-Cooling SE-207-XT Black. As the name implies, it is an all-black design that features dual-tower designs with two 120 mm fans and the option to install a third. While not quite as big as the true heavyweight air-cooling monster towers from Noctua, be quiet!, Deepcool, etc., this more affordable option looks to take them on from a value standpoint. But it is not alone in that regard as the Scythe Fuma 2 is similar in size and value, making it the SE-207-XT's main competitor in this segment.

Model:SE-207-XT Black
Socket Support:Intel: LGA1200, LGA1150, LGA1151, LGA1155, LGA1156, LGA2011, and LGA2066
Heatsink:Material: Aluminium (fins)
Copper (heat pipes)
Dimensions: 144 x 122 x 157 mm (with fan)
Heat pipes: Ø6 mm - 7 pcs
Weight: 1300g (with all accessories)
Fan:Model: No model number listed
Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
Fan Speed: 700–1800 RPM
Fan Airflow: 76.16 CFM (maximum)
Fan Noise: 15.2–35.2 dBA
Features:Full copper base
Black coated micro wave heatsink fins
Dual PWM fans
Compatible with memory up to 50 mm tall
280-watt TDP
Warranty:Two years
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