CM Storm Strike Force SF-19 Laptop Cooler Review

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Kitguru readers have great taste in hardware, of that there is no question. Many of you will already have a high performance laptop, probably for gaming duties. Those of you who have tried to use a high performance machine on their lap will generally agree that it can get really uncomfortable.

The CM Storm Strike Force SF-19 Laptop cooler is built to handle the hottest, most powerful systems on the market, right up to 19 inch in size. With a dual fan cooling system and full support for USB 3.0 with a dedicated hub system, is this the ultimate performance laptop cooler? The Guru of Kit will reveal all.

Specifications:

Mammoth cooling surface
SF-19 is constructed with an enormous heat-dissipating surface, made capable to endure critical temperatures with all laptop sizes, it is the state-of-the-art laptop cooler for all 19″ gaming laptops and beyond.



4 ports – USB 3.0

4 advanced USB 3.0 ports – supports the next generation of gaming laptops.

Structurally enhanced mesh surfacing
Cold-forged polygon mesh surface plains allows maximum air flow from high rotating fans, structured to efficiently normalize thermal formations, effectively cooling and alleviating tough spot-thermal build ups.

Swift carrying handle

Built for mobility, the SF-19’s swift-carrying Handle is build with an intuitive design and sturdy construction, made for quick LAN-party relocation and fast mobilization. The SF-19 is stealth and ambitious.

Anti-slip rubber cable slot
Reinforce with premium anti-slip rubbers, the SF-19 safely secures all laptop in place even under rigorous gaming. The rubberized areas also protect the SF-19 from damages, adding shock absorbing fortification to protect the hardware under transport. In addition to the anti-slip features it also act as a cable management system, assorting various types of cables for your laptop and peripherals.

2 removable 140mm S shaped blade fans
SF-19 is equipped considerably with 2 turbine fans, fully customizable and positioned to dissipate heat from the heat source directly. S shaped blade facilitates and exhale more cold air, providing unprecedented airflow.

Multi-light shader
Multi-light shader displays 7 changeable led colors, personalized with breathing effect, formulating the ultimate customization and ambiences for your favorite gaming rig.

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  • Rammstein
    February 3, 2011
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    Dear lord, thats insanely big !

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  • Tim Smalley
    February 3, 2011
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    Very nice engineering work from Cooler Master, but its far too expensive.

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  • Tech Head
    February 3, 2011
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    It looks as if Dell made it for their alienware laptop range !

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  • Francis McGurk
    February 3, 2011
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    Firstly, this is brilliant,. it is about time some company turned the boring concept of laptop coolers on its head with a performance design capable of cooling hot running hardware.

    The only negative is the price? why is it going to be 85 quid in the UK and its 80 dollars in the US? thats 50 pounds ! almost a 90% mark up there

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  • Thomas Stevenson
    February 3, 2011
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    I get annoyed with the UK pricing at times. I was looking at this product today elsewhere and thought, great UK pricing should be 55 quid. but its 85 quid. No thanks. I want one for my XPS, but im not paying the price for a new battery just for something to help cool it.

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  • Tri Color
    February 3, 2011
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    Looks good, but very expensive for a cooler. Maybe if id spent 3 k on my laptop I might be more willing to spend it, but 400 quid is enough for me on a laptop

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  • Colin
    February 3, 2011
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    Quality product from CM, but I dont think this will suit many laptops. looks great with alienware, but my HP would look terrible on it.

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  • GDD
    February 3, 2011
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    I’m in the market for a high-end laptop, and Alienware is on the shortlist. Fan noise is significant, but is there a “net” benefit? i.e.: does the additional cooling keep the laptop’s fans from spinning up louder? Presumably it will vary from laptop to laptop, but how does it fare for the new Alienware?

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  • j
    April 8, 2011
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    the problem is i can’t find in in the uk anymore ,and amazon.com doesn’t ship it to uk

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