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Xigmatek Aegir SD128264

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by btarunr, Nov 12, 2010.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Ahh xigmatek. Looks the same as most of their stuff, but probably more compatible and more heatpipes? Cant go wrong with more heatpipes.
     
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    Explaining Xigmatek's naming convention would be nice here, eg. 128264 stands for 12cm fan, 2 of 8mm pipes and 4 6mm pipes.
     
    WarEagleAU and btarunr say thanks.
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    How does this compare to something like the dark knight? Meant to be under it or replace it?
    EDIT* Dang, that price.
     
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    Aegir's competitors (in its price-band) are NH-D14, SuperMega[halems], and the CNPS9900 MAX from this review. Dark Knight is more of a $45~$55 cooler.
     
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    it costs the same as corsair h50...
     
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    And beats the H50 without breaking a sweat.
     
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    Xigmatek has many nice stuff, i got HDT series and it performs well on my X4 :)
    just (maybe) many their coolers have kinda same form :ohwell:
     
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    Well, there is only 1 "form" which is good currently, and that's the "many heatpipes with a large tower with many fins" design, so its not surprising that they look the same.
     
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    Im going to try and get my friend to buy this cooler. he got a core i5 750 a couple months ago and he has a VID of 1.11v. I was like dude we got to get you and new cooler to overclock this thing to the moon and he was like alright later.
     
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    Very nice and great temps I would liketo see this compared to the Megalahems and NH D14
     
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    I dug it and posted it on my FB

    THANKS TPU!
     
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