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   Compatibility

   Intel LGA1151/1150/1155/1156

   AMD AM4/FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2

   TDP

   130W

   Overall Dimension

   120×125×55mm (L×W×H)

   Material

   Copper Base+6×Ф6mm heatpipe+Aluminum Fin

   Weight

   470g

   Fan Dimension

   120×120×15mm

   Fan Speed

   600-1600RPM(PWM)

   Max. Air Flow

   53.6CFM

   Max. Static Pressure

   1.36mmH2O

   Noise

   13.8-30.2dB(A)

   Rated Voltage

   12VDC

   Operating Voltage

   10.813.2VDC

   Started Voltage

   7VDC

   Rated Current

   0.22A

   Power Input

   2.64W

   Bearing Type

   Hydraulic Bearing


  • Ben

    IS 60: Silver Award – I have gone with the Silver Award for the IS 60 as though it is not primarily designed to cool an overclocked 4770K in a gaming system, it managed to pass all of our testing, even if only just. This IS 60 should offer sufficient cooling for most users looking to make use of an ITX build, and as such, is Silver worthy.

  • SFF-TEK

    ID-Cooling really should be considered for any of your SFF needs, they have bought out some great products. And these coolers really took me by surprise, for the price? You certainly get huge amounts of performance, but not only that. Id-cooling have bought out these coolers built for function. By this I mean they perform incredibly well in the scenarios that they will be used. Sometimes products can be over engineered and veer away from what I’d consider crucial design points. Both of these coolers keep temperatures within reasonable levels however the IS-60 provides near silence, and the IS-40 provides great cooling in situations that require the finesse of a smaller cooler. There isn’t much more I can say, other than it was enjoyable to see such great products for such a low cost. I wanted to review these together as they are really opposite ends of the SFF cooler spectrum, one is designed to be small. And the other is a large cooler designed for quiet operating. It’s a nice comparison to show you the difference, and if it was my money. I’d consider either of them depending on the case.

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