ID-COOLING launches SE-226-XT ARGB and SE-226-XT BLACK two CPU air-cooled radiators, with 250W TDP cooling capacity. With the increase of high-end CPU requirements for heat dissipation, more and more high-end desktop computers use integrated water-cooled radiators. Because air-cooled radiators have their own advantages in reliability, durability, noise level and convenience, they are still favored by many users.
SE-226-XT ARGB and SE-226-XT BLACK are both single-tower designs, with a fully blackened appearance, the overall size is 129×106×154 mm, and the weight is 1300g. The heat dissipation configuration with six heat pipes, all-aluminum fins, and a pure copper base, the difference is that the former is equipped with an ARGB fan.
SE-226-XT ARGB is equipped with an ARGB fan with a size of 120 x 120 x 25 mm, using 2Ball bearings, and 8 rubber shock absorbers on both sides and four corners. The speed is between 900±200 and 2000±10% RPM (PWM), and it can provide 56.5 CFM of air volume, wind pressure of 1.99 mmHO, the noise of 16.2-31.5 dBA, and power consumption of 3W. SE-226-XT BLACK is equipped with a cooling fan size of 120 x 120 x 25 mm, and there are 8 rubber shock absorbers on both sides and four corners. The speed is between 700±200~1800±10% RPM (PWM), which can provide 76.16 CFM air volume, wind pressure of 2.16 mmHO, the noise of 15.2-35.2 dBA, and power consumption of 2.4W.
SE-226-XT ARGB and SE-226-XT BLACK are equipped with a set of metal mounting brackets, supporting Intel LGA1700/1200/2066/2011/1151/1150/1155/1156 platforms and AMD AM4 platform, equipped with thermal grease called ID-TG25, with thermal conductivity of 10.5 W/m-K. In addition, SE-226-XT ARGB also contains an ARGB splitter and a controller. The official suggested retail price of SE-226-XT ARGB is $44.99, and the official suggested retail price of SE-226-XT BLACK is $39.99. The specific launch time of each region will vary.