|DIMENSIONS||L: 123.5 x W: 120 x H: 67mm (including 15mm thick fan)|
|MATERIALS||6x 6mm copper heat-pipes, copper base (nickel coated), aluminium cooling fins|
|FANS||1x TL-C12015 (1900RPM)|
|THERMAL COMPOUND (INCLUDED)||Thermalright TF7|
Thermalright’s AXP120-X67 is low profile CPU cooler which comes included with 120x15mm fan with 2800 max.rpm. It has a height of 67mm when equipped with 15mm think fan or 77mm with 25mm thick fan.
Testing was completed on BC1T Open Testbench using the following hardware in 20°C room ambient temperature. CPU cooler fans were set to fixed 35dB(a) noise level at distance of 50cm.
|CASE||BC1T Open Testbench|
|MOTHERBOARD||GIGABYTE B660I AORUS PRO DDR4 (paid link)|
|CPU||Intel 12700K (paid link)|
|CPU COOLER||Thermalright AXP120-X67 (paid link)|
|PSU||Corsair SF 600 Platinum (paid link)|
|RAM||Crucial Ballistix, 16GB (2x8GB), 3600MHz, CL16 (paid link)|
Thermalright’s AXP120-X67 has good build quality and simple; effective mounting system.
The stock fan reached noticable 40dB at full load (2800RPM). We opted to use Noctua’s NF-A12x15 fan in our testing which topped out at 35dB (1800RPM).
Thermalright’s AXP120-X67 is an excellent alternative to Noctua’s NH-L12S & offers better performance than the L12 Ghost Edition. The AXP120-X67 is also available in black where Noctua’s low profile equivalents aren’t.
The main issue with Thermalrights AXP120-X67 is availability. The CPU cooler is not locally available in all countries.