ID-Cooling SE-904 Twin is new computer cooling sink

ID-Cooling SE-904 Twin review

ID-Cooling has just launched its new cooler for processors ID-Cooling SE-904 Twin consists of a twin – tower aluminum foil using two 92mm fans and four copper heatpipes in direct contact with the processor to ensure good cooling in cases where the space available for the heat sink is reduced.

The new ID-Cooling heatsink SE-904 Twin is intended for users who do not want to sacrifice the sound level of their equipment but that, in turn, they want to cool your processor with an efficient and compact system. To do this, engineers ID-Cooling have created a design of double tower aluminum fins but equipped with 92mm fans, instead of the more usual 120 mm, having a rotation speed controlled by PWM ranging from 600 and 2200 rpm without sacrificing a good air flow as they have a maximum flow rate of 38.5 cfm , but which have been equipped with a very low noise profile since this varies between 14 and 23, 8 dBA, making it a very efficient for users seeking performance with low noise alternative.

Thanks to employment benefits are also achieved by ID-Cooling of the four heat pipes 6 mm diameter employing the technology of direct contact between the heat sink base and the heat sink integrated into the processor. Thanks to this, the new SE-904 Twin has been created with a capacity for cooling heat sinks have a TDP of up to 150 W, whatever the model since the anchoring system using ensures maximum compatibility between different sockets more or less modern market, where Intel compatible with all sockets from LGA2011 to LGA1156 v3 and AMD from AM2 to AM3 + and FM2 +.

Thanks to employ a rather small, especially as regards the height of the sink, these being 100 mm x 121.94 mm wide x 124 mm high, the new SE-904 Twin can be installed without problems in small or narrow boxes where the height of the sink is particularly constrained by the size of the box, allowing users to enjoy all the benefits of having installed a tower-type heatsink on your system.