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Written by Dan Ferguson   
Wednesday, 02 February 2011
Table of Contents: Page Index
CM Storm Strike Force SF-19 Laptop Cooler
Features and Specifications
Closer Look: SF-19 Laptop Cooler
Strike Force SF-19 Detailed Features
Testing and Results
Final Thoughts and Conclusion

Laptop Cooler Features

  • Mammoth cooling surface
  • Four USB 3.0 ports
  • Structurally enhanced mesh
  • Swift carrying handle
  • Anti-slip cable slot
  • Movable dual 140 mm fans
  • S shaped fan blades
  • Seven changeable LED patterns
CM Storm Strike Force SF-19 Laptop Cooler SGA-6000-KKYF1

Strike Force SF-19 Specifications

Model SGA-6000-KKYF1
Dimensions 490 x 354 x 74 mm
19.29 x 13.94 x 2.91 inches
Fan Dimensions 140 x 140 x 25 mm
5.5 x 5.5 x 1 inches
Fan Speed 1200 ~ 2600 RPM
Weight 1.98 kg ; 4.4 lbs
USB Port

Advance USB 3.0 x 4

Micro-B x 1

12V DC / 2.5 A Adapter

Reinforced Anti-Slip Rubber

ABS Plastic

Enhanced Mesh Structure

Fan Life Expectancy 25,000 hours
Compatibility Support notebooks up to 19"

Stepless fan speed controller

Color switchable LED light

LED on/off

Operation Degree
7.5 degree



# Coolest Cooler in the World.Enigma8750 2011-02-03 10:17
CM.. I has been tough to come up with new products and new designs but I love the way this looks and works. The ability to exchange and put in other fans is another win. Berry Berry Good Product.. Win Win.
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# RE: CM Storm Strike Force SF-19 Laptop CoolerGreg 2011-02-13 08:30
What did you use to take the thermal images in the review?

Can you take some with the better performing coolers you mentioned in the article?

Also, what is the largest fan you could fit in the SF-19

Nice review
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# RE: CM Storm Strike Force SF-19 Laptop CoolerIan 2011-05-03 19:42
What is your opinion of upgrading the fans? Dual 140mm that would output 100+ CFM? Aside from the fact of spending $79.99 only to spend additional money upgrading & the potentially unwanted noise.
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# Please re-benchmarkDavid 2011-10-27 04:43
I appreaciate the review...but I'm thinking that you would get a much more accurate representation of it's potential if you added one simple step to each test. Which would be to run prime95 which hammers the processor and REALLY generates heat.

The closer an item is to ambient the harder it is to cool...exponentially harder. And the temps you were working with were already really low. I have a M6500 with the 940XM and that puppy gets WICKED hot when i really put it to work and i'd like to see how this cooler handles a laptop between 90 and 97C, I bet (am hoping) that it's performance is asstounding.
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# MrMichael Gardner 2012-06-22 10:53
Where can I find one of these. They are suddenly Obsolete
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