NZXT Havik 140 CPU cooler for performance enthusiasts


When it comes to making sure that you have the fastest rig in the market compared to the rest of your mates, surely overclocking your computer processor as well as other chips that are able to be overclocked is a great idea – but there is always the downside of voiding the warranty should something go awry, not to mention a higher level of power consumption. Oh yeah, there is the other problem that might literally get too hot to handle – the heat that builds up within a chassis due to an inadequate cooling solution.

Enter the NZXT Havik 140 CPU cooler which is actually a high-performance CPU cooler that comprises of 6mm heat pipes, in addition to dual standard 140mm fans and expertly engineered fan blades that will be able to offer unparalleled cooling performance. Not only that, Havik 140’s fan blades were specially designed to slice through the air with little or no effort at all, helping maximize ventilation (90.3 CFM) at drastically reduced noise levels (25db).

Not only that, the relatively smaller form factor will do away with any additional strain on the motherboard, leaving more than enough space within the case so that you can conjure up a clean build. NZXT decided that nothing but the very best will do with the Havik 140, hence they have gone ahead to select top of the line premium components which have been built to last with 100% soldered copper base, aluminum fins, and a nickel plating – all perfectly balanced to make sure it remains resilient right to the very end of your gaming life.

The NZXT Havik 140 will play nice with all Intel and AMD processors, where it will retail for $74.99 (€69.99) a pop if you are interested. Of course, for those who are considering something else other than a fan cooling solution, you can always gun for liquid cooling systems but those are messier and definitely a whole lot more expensive.

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