Xigmatek HDT-S1283

Posted on February 10, 2008
Author: Sean Potter
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Introduction

Xigmatek was founded in 2005, and have released a wide range cooling and power supply products since then. Their company philosophy is the acronym "I.C.E.", or Impressive, Creative, and Essential. Today, we're going to look at their HDT-S1283 Heatsink, featuring direct-touch heat pipes. Will it perform and stand up to their philosophy?

Packaging

The HDT-S1283's packaging is probably the biggest heatsink box I've ever opened, and that's because it's the biggest heatsink I've ever opened! I'm not a big overclocker, so I've never had a need to go beyond a stock heatsink.

The front of the box has a window that displays part of the 120mm Fan, as well as the Xigmatek sticker on middle of the fan. Below the window is the primary feature of the heatsink, the "Heat-pipe Direct Touch" technology, as well as a short feature list.



Either side of the box has either pictures or applications for the heatsink (don't worry, they're all computer-related), while the back gives a full list of specifications.



Opening up the box, I first came across a bag of all the accessories and clips for the heatsink. I put these aside, then pulled out the foam that held the heatsink itself. The heatsink and fan are two separate pieces (some assembly required), so they were packed separately.


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