Thermaltake UX200 SE CPU Cooler Overview
Taking a first look at the UX200 SE it is one of the smaller CPU coolers that we’ve taken a look at lately. It has official dimensions of 122 x 61 x 156.2 mm (L x W x H) and has a single tower design.
At the front of the cooler we have our cooling fan which is a 120 mm Thermaltake ARGB fan. This fan will spin between 800 and 1800 RPM with a max airflow of 62.72 CFM and max noise level of 25 dBA. The fan does have rubber on the corners to cut down on vibration noise.
Looking at the cooler from the side we can see just how thin that aluminum heatsink stack is. This is a cooler that will not cover your memory so it is perfect if you have RGB memory. At the rear of the cooler we can get a better look at the heatsink and how the four heatpipes go up into the heatsink.
At the top of the cooler there is a small “Tt” logo on the top heatsink fin.
Flipping the cooler over we can get a better look at the heatpipes and base of the cooler. Each of the four heatpipes are 6mm-thick and start at the base of the cooler and go up into the heatsink in a “U” fashion, which is pretty standard when it comes to tower coolers. The heatpipes are designed as direct-touch heatpipes so they will make direct contact with your CPU at the base of the cooler.