NZXT's Compact Havik 120 Air Cooler Won't Break Your Motherboard's Back

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Athlonite

looks just like the Havok 140 but with smaller fans big woop or is it actually physically smaller

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zNelson24

I'm glad a manufacturer is looking into shrinking these coolers. Some of the super effective coolers tend to have a form factor so large that it prevents the installation of DIMM modules, or modules with headsinks. It would suck if I couldn't upgrade my RAM because the cooler got in the way.

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nbrowser

Review it, put the results up next to the Hyper 212+ and see if it can compete !

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nedwards

I'm doing a big LGA2011 cooler roundup next month, and the Havik 120 and Hyper 212 are both in there.

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nbrowser

Whoa ask and ye shall receive, my first reply from MaxPC staff, sweet ! Still using a 212+ on my overclocked Q9400 proc. Still gets the job done to a tee, and yeah it's also $30 up here in Canada and add a second CM fan to it for $9 and it just chills things nicely, think I've installed at least two dozen of the beauties in systems for myself and friends and clients.

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win7fanboi

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