Dual 120mm Fan CPU Cooler with Four 8mm Heat Pipes
To achieve superior CPU cooling, you can count on NZXT’s award-winning HAVIK series to rid of all your heating issues. In comparison to the HAVIK 140, the HAVIK 120 is compact offering more versatility. This 120mm CPU cooler is perfect for overclockers seeking a small yet powerful fan cooler. The base is composed of nickel-plated copper material that utilizes four 8mm pipes for transferring heat to aluminum fins. This allows more air to reach the heatsink which keeps temperatures low while increasing longevity of your components. HAVIK 120 is a victory for any enthusiast looking for an inexpensive and high performing silent CPU cooler.
|•||Revamped 120mm FZ Fans with 13 blades for intense silent cooling|
|•||Nickel-plated copper base material|
|•||Four 8mm pipes and aluminum fins for attaining maximum dissipation into fans|
|•||Fan speeds up to 1500 +/- 10% RPM and 22 dBA silent cooling with airflow of 75.8 CFM|
|•||Aero-dynamic fin design for improved airflow|
|•||Universal bracket compatible with Intel and AMD CPUs|
|•||Rubber mounting for noise absorption|
|Cooler Dimensions||125 (W) x 160 (H) x 112 (D) mm|
|Cooler Weight||980 g|
|Fan Air Flow||75.8 / 61.5 CFM|
|Fan Bearing||Long Life (Oil-Leaking Prevention)|
|Heatsink Dimensions||125 (W) x 160 (H) x 58 (D) mm|
|Heat Pipes Diameter||4 x 8mm|
|Compatibility||Intel LGA 2011, 1366, 1156, 1155, 1150, 775 CPUs / AMD FM2, FM1, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2 CPUs|
|Heatsink Weight||680 g|
|Fan Dimensions||120 (W) x 120 (H) x 25 (D) mm|
|Fan Input Power||3.6 W|
|Number of Fans||2|
|Fan Life||30,000 Hours|
|Material||Aluminum / Copper Heat Pipes|
|Fan Noise Level||22 / 18 dBA|
|Fan Speed||1500 / 1200 +/- 10% R.P.M.|
|Fan Voltage||12 V|
Expert Reviews (11)
Still, taking the performance, size and the low noise into consideration, the NZXT Havik 120 earns a recommendation from us. more..
There are a few quibbles I have with the heatsink, but nothing that would turn me off from recommending it for your system. more..
Hi Tech Legion
It is a huge cooling upgrade from a stock fan, and for those looking to match the interior of an NZXT or Fractal Design case it is a perfect fit. more..
Some improvements of the base finish and, most likely, use of alternative fans with classical blades could make this cooler even better. more..
Although it does not leave the lot, it offers good performance that allows it to stand up to the coolers of larger scale because do not forget that the radiator is relatively small. more..
NZXT have yet again released a high quality product to compete in the overcrowded air cooler market. They have managed to reduce the size of the cooling tower and fans while improving the performance produced by their initial award winning Havik 140. more..
Overclocker's Club (OCC)
The Havik 120 is simple and to the point, yet it has the cool knife-edged fins, a feature I have never seen before. I've always been a sucker for form over function. more..
That said the performance cannot be faulted and these two coolers offered top notch performance in the air cooling marketplace. more..
If you’re looking to upgrade from a stock Intel heatsink, the NZXT Havik 120 is a pretty good value. It puts in a solid performance—a vast improvement over stock parts, and doesn’t break the bank while doing so. more..
3D Game Man
The NZXT Havik 120 CPU Cooler is an affordable cooler that looks great, comes with two 120mm fans, 4 heatpipes and performs well. It's also not to large so it should fit in almost any case. more..
The HAVIK 120 installtion instructions are good and easy to follow, quiet fans for overclocking, compact size, complete kit for support of most CPU types, and nickel plated looks nice. more..