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Xigmatek HDT-RS1283 Red Scorpion CPU Heatsink LGA775 AM2 S754 S939 S940 120MM Fan 800-1500RPM

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Xigmatek HDT-RS1283 Red Scorpion CPU Heatsink LGA775 AM2 S754 S939 S940 120MM Fan 800-1500RPM (Xigmatek: ACXTHDT-RS1283)
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Vendor: Xigmatek
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Xigmatek HDT-RS1283 Red Scorpion CPU Heatsink LGA775 AM2 S754 S939 S940 120MM Fan 800-1500RPM
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Rating: 7.75/10
With 8 User Reviews
lloyd_g@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/06/12
Cons: nothing

Pros: Great fan, moves a lot of air.
Comment:
I can't find the fan in ncix, but I have the fan not the heat sink and I can say that the fan moves a lot of hair and is really quiet.It also has orange clear fins with white leds.
Jack_M@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/07/09
Cons: Fan mount

Pros: It looks great,It's quiet, And it cools very well
Comment:
I love the look, the performance, and the low noise level. If I bought another heat sink it would be the same one. Installation was Ok except for the fan mounting. You can't really install it with the fan in, and adding the fan after the heat sink isn't very easy. I'm running a Intel Q9550 quad core, default 2.83ghz, and I easily had it stable at 3.6ghz no voltage changes.
Jack_L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/13/09
Cons: The push-pins for the heatsink are a PITA!! I broke one of them trying when installing it. I am getting bolt-thru from a separate kit.

Pros: Huge heatsink, and cool fan with red LED.
Comment:
This HSF could have been flawless if it had the bolt-thru screws instead of the included PITA plastic push-pins. Other than that, its a really nice HSF. CPU is idling at about 26C and the room is warm, so its running pretty cool without OC. Be careful with the HS edges. Also, I had to install the fan AFTER I installed the HS, unlike what the manual mentions.
Curtis_O@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/10/09
Cons: InstallationSizePrice

Pros: QuietCool
Comment:
So far my biggest complaint is its sheer size. I should have read the dimensions before purchase, but I didn't. It doesn't even fit in my current case. The other issue is the installation, which is a pain with the pushpin system and its sheer size. Attaching the fan was also a pain.I purchased it at close to full retail, which I'm definitely regretting.
MickyG@NCIX
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Review Date: 12/11/08
Cons: - Pushpin mounting system - Fins seem a little flimsy- Attaching the fan to the heatsink

Pros: + Clear lights are different on the fan+ Decent price
Comment:
Reviews put this model equivalent to the non-flashy version, plus I was able to get a decent PM, so I went with it. Looks nice in my HAF with the way the clear lights are against the clear-red fan. I purchased the Crossbow mounting kit to make sure it stayed in place. So far it keeps my Q9400 cool, but haven't stressed it too much to find its limits in my setup.
Sargy@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/12/08
Cons: Fan MountHSF mounting system (pushpins)

Pros: Cools GreatLooksCheap
Comment:
...I'm very happy with this great cooler, but I was disappointed that, for the price, it had a pushpin mounting system...get the Thermalright bolt-thru kit with this, or the Crosbow kit, and it's damn near perfect!
stoanee@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/21/08
Cons: Fiddly fan mount. Rifle bearing fan.

Pros: Fits my motherboard! Asus P5Q Deluxe
Comment:
This cooler brought my Q9450 down an average of 12C. You can get a bolt through kit called the "Crossbow" for these and they work very well. This is easy to install, comes well packaged.
ÃœGMachine{<3s Kalyway}@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/28/08
Cons: Couldn't get the CPU (e6550) to 3.3ghz on higher than normal V.

Pros: The white LED and the red blades on the fan makes gives it an amazingly awesometastic look :p.Cools decently.
Comment:
So yeah, since I was reading all these reviews about how nicely these HDT HSF cools, so when a friend of mine told me that he wants a better HSF for OC'ing, I got him this. However we couldn't get the processor to 3.3ghz on higer than normal voltage. However, it was probably his RAM, which wasn't the best. (2 ocz platinum 2X1GB sets)
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