As of lately, it seems that a lot of companies are branching out into other product lines; Kingwin is one of those companies. Until recently I had not noticed that they started offering CPU coolers and they currently show four different variations on their site, along with several other product lines. Today we are going to take a look at a budget minded cooler from them, the Kingwin XT-1264 HTC. The XT-1264 HTC falls in the 120mm class of heatpipe coolers. Will the XT-1264 HTC be able to keep up with the likes of the Titan Fenrir or Cooler Master Hyper N620? Read on to see how it rated in our testing.
At first glance I thought the XT-1264 looked a lot like the old Xigmatek HDT S1283 I reviewed a couple of years ago. After taking a few seconds to check out Xigmatek’s latest coolers. It is apparent that it is obviously an updated version closer to the HDT S1284. With little effort one should easily be able to come to the conclusion that the similarities are due to the fact that the cooler is OEM’d by Xigmatek. This means that we should see some acceptable performance numbers from the Kingwin XT-1264.
Also included with the XT-1264 CPU cooler is the two Intel (LGA1366 and LGA775) mounting brackets, User’s Manual, thermal paste, and a spreader.
- Model: XT-1264
- Intel: Socket 1366/775/Core i7/Core 2 Extreme/Quad/Duo/Pentium Extreme Edition/
- AMD: Socket AM2/754/939/940/Athlon 64/FX/X2/Opteron/Sempron
- 4 pcs High Performance U Type Heat-pipe Touch w/ CPU Chip
- Easy installation
- Direct H.T.C. (Heat-pipe Touch Chip) Technology
- 4 Copper Heatpipes
- 120 mm NDB Fan
- Aluminum fin
- Light weight
- Tool-Free clip
- Universal Application: 1366/LGA775 push-pin & AM2/K8 Tool-Less Clip
|Dimension:||120mm (L) x 74mm (W) x 150mm (H)|
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