Thermalright AXP90-X53 All-Copper CPU air cooler instealled on a miniITX motherboard

Thermalright’s all-copper AXP90-53 air cooler is a blast from the previous for contemporary ITX builds

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Thermalright’s AXP90-X53 air cooler is getting the corporate’s signature all-copper design for the prevailing the 53mm top-flow cooler. Aside from the retention clips and fan, the cooler is all-in on copper. It is fairly thrilling as copper is thought to be probably the greatest warmth switch supplies, nevertheless it’s normally restricted to make use of with copper heatpipes — combined with aluminum or nickel plated to forestall oxidation. Aluminum usually will get used for the remainder of the elements, together with the fin stack, however Thermaltake makes particular all-copper editions for a few of its CPU coolers.

The AXP90-X53 all-copper air cooler makes use of 4 6mm heatpipes with one finish connecting the C1100-grade copper base and one other passing by way of its copper fin stacks. Whereas the entire CPU cooler makes use of naked copper, the bottom does have a colour-matching nickel plating. The low-profile CPU cooler is made for mini-ITX programs, with a 92mm x 94.5mm size and width and a peak of 38mm. The load of the all-copper variant is 540g and not using a fan, whereas the usual nickel-plated AXP90-53 is 320g together with the fan. There are two extra variants as nicely, the AXP90-X53 black and the full black.

To mix with an all-copper heatsink tastefully, Thermalright features a TL-90152 92mm fan with orange fan blades contained in the pink body. The fan makes use of a fluid dynamic bearing with a max airflow ranking of 42.58 CFM and a max noise degree of twenty-two.4 dbA.

We’re a bit puzzled as to why Thermalright excludes the burden of the included fan in its all-copper variant whereas together with the fan’s weight in different fashions, however the TL-9015R fan weighs 55g, bringing the all-copper version to 595g. Copper is heavier than aluminum so it is smart for an all-copper model to be heavier than the usual AXP90-53. On the brilliant aspect, it isn’t an all-copper tower CPU cooler, so the full weight is not obscene.

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AXP90-X53 All Copper Specs
Dimensions L94.5 mm x W95 mm x H38 mm
Weight (With out Fan) 540g
Warmth pipes 6mm heatpipe x 4 models
6mm heatpipe x 4 models C1100 Pure Copper nickel plated
TL-9015R Fan Specs  
Dimensions L92 mm x W92 mm x H15 mm
Rated Pace 2700 RPM±10% (MAX)
Noise Degree 22.4 dBA
Air Circulation 42.58 CFM (MAX)
Air Stress 1.33 mm H2O (MAX)
Ampere 0.18A
Connector 4 Pin (PWM Fan connector)
Bearing Kind S-FDB V2 Bearing

All variants of the AXP90-53 CPU cooler are appropriate with LGA115x/1200/1700 sockets for Intel, and AMD AM4/AM5 mounts. The LGA1200 and LGA115x mounting holes are the identical, and the set up directions cowl the main points. Thermalright would not appear to restrict its customers to pairing its low-profile CPU cooler with CPUs below a sure TDP, one thing most low-profile coolers sometimes do. That is possible the good thing about the superior warmth conductivity of copper.

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