NZXT HAVIK-120 Review

Up Close: Packaging and contents

 NZXT HAVIK-120  

 

Up Close:  Packaging and contents 

Like the fans within, the box housing the cooler is also monochrome black and white. And very classy looking it is too. As well as the usual pictures and graphical representations of the cooler the exterior of the box gives technical specifications and key features.

NZXT HAVIK-120     NZXT HAVIK-120  

NZXT HAVIK-120     NZXT HAVIK-120  

 

The Havik 120 comes nicely nestled in a protective shell of expanded foam, with additional sections of the material providing both support and protection. The unit comes with both of the 120mm fans contained within the packaging although they will require attachment to the body of the cooler

NZXT HAVIK-120     NZXT HAVIK-120  

 

As you would expect the unit comes with a mounting system that accommodates pretty much any CPU you care to stick it on top of, including LGA2011 of course. Instructions are clear and informative with diagrams and text walking you through the process of installation. Also included are a pair of Y splitter cables allowing the fans to be united into one header. The splitters provide for high and low speed respectively. Finally NZXT have added some TIM and a spare fan attachment Bungee (looks like they have listened to Tom as this was an omission with the 140) and you've got yourself a pretty comprehensive set of kit.

NZXT HAVIK-120     NZXT HAVIK-120  

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Most Recent Comments

04-04-2012, 06:25:08

tinytomlogan


We saw what the Havik 140 could do back in December last year when Tom took it for a spin. Now with the release of the Havik 120 it's time to see what the 140s little brother can do.

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04-04-2012, 07:00:25

chudley
Nice review Gary, As I am on the daughters laptop atm I had to scroll up and down to compare fan results, what might help others in the future would be a vertical red bar of the temps achieved by the item in question.going up through all results for easy comparison.Quote

04-04-2012, 07:28:22

Excalabur50
Sounds great for those with limited space or a tight budget seems NZXT are lifting their game nice to see.Quote
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