The NZXT HAVIK 120 arrives
That is a lot of capital letters, the NZXT HAVIK 120 is here though and aiming to fit into some extra markets out there, with a smaller profile design and smaller fans it aims to tackle areas that they couldn’t reach with the 140 series. As someone who has an Antec Skeleton in their lineup I can say that sometimes you really do need something a little lower profile. Even my NZXT Phantom requires a bit of extra space due to the 250mm Antec fan mounted to the side panel opening. Coolers like the V10 and such tend to a little too tall for that setup.
NZXT uses their long-life 13 blade 120mm fan in push-pull configuration to cool the nickel-plated copper beast down at a steady 75cfm, the 8mm heatpipes cool and pump heat out of the socket base to keep things regulated and efficient. Overall it’s sleek and the nickel has a great finish to it. Given my impressions from the Phantom review I can only hold high hopes for this latest release. If we get lucky and catch a review of it I’ll go through the full details of the cooler and how it stacks up. In the meantime just check out the specs listed from NZXT and a nice gallery about the HAVIK 120.
MODEL HAVIK 120 MATERIALS Aluminum / Copper Nickel-Plated DIMENSIONS 125(W) x 160(H) x 112(D) mm
125(W) x 160(H) x 58(D) mm (heatsink)
WEIGHT 680g (excluding fans and mounting kit)
980g (with dual 120mm fans)
55-60 lbs FAN SIZE Dual 120(W) x 140(H) x 25(D) mm FAN BEARING Long Life (Oil-Leaking Prevention) FAN SPEED 1200 +/- 10% RPM (low); 1500 +/- 10% RPM (high) NOISE LEVEL 18-22 dBA AIR FLOW 61.5-75.8 CFM CONNECTOR 3-Pin Y-SPLIT CABLE White connector for low speed; black connector for high speed INPUT POWER 3.6 W LIFE 30,000 Hours COMPATIBILITY Intel Socket: 2011, 1366, 1155, 1156, 775 CPUs
AMD Socket: AM3, AM2+, AM2 CPUs