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    Performance is King as we say around here, and today may be the day a new king is crowned for Core i7 air coolers. Today we're testing the Xigmatek S-1283V Dark Knight, which offers Heatpipe Direct Touch (HDT) technology, a newer trend in tower-style heatsinks, and promises some efficient cooling numbers. It is Socket 1366-capable, looks stunning in nickel-coated black, and is available at a very attractive price.



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    hey....I like the look/color, just like the Ultra 120, too bad no comparison with the Ultra 120. Because this is one of the most popular HFS. I think this cooler is a little bit cheaper than the Ultra.

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    This one is ALOT cheaper than the Ultra ($40 vs $70!)

    As for comparison, I don't have an Ultra sitting here, but we are working on getting one for the big roundup

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    Could this turn out to be too tall for a mid atx case?

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    Jewslox Welcome to Pure OC ! the Dimensions of the Dark Knight are 120mm[W] x 50mm [D] x 159mm [H] I hope this helps, there are a lot of mid towers out there, and you do not have your system specs filled out, so it's hard to say if it would fit.

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    Thanks, Doctor_Death. I haven't yet figured out which case I'll use for my build, so I'll have to wait and see. I'll keep those specs in mind.

    Edit: I just realized how godly your build is. Jealous.

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    Yep the Doc sure likes his toys.....

    I know the i7 processors are only a little bigger but I expected this one to have 4(8) heatpipes....This is a keen price and I think shows the limit for air with normal fans.......Impressive!!
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    Grumpy, yes it is very impressive for the price, I am waiting for them to get the Thor's Hammer in stock so I can get a sample sent to Jake for review, from what they told me, it's cooling performance without fans is amazing, so I can imagine with fans.

    Jewslox, where are you located, and do you have any idea what the rest of your systems specs will be ? What about the system your using now, do you game with at all ?

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    I'm from Austin, Texas. Current specs are as follows:

    MSI K8t Neo Fis2r
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    1gb Kingston DDR400
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    Linkworld 430W psu

    Got this together my first month of college (Fall '04) and it will be with me until I finish (this Spring). I still play CSS and L4D on it.

    Below is the new build I'm thinking up. Hopefully I'll get the parts sometime in early summer.

    i7 920
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    6gb tri channel DDR3 at some speed
    Radeon hd 4870 1gb
    2x250gb Sata 300 hdd in Raid 0
    some mid-tower
    some modular psu ~500W
    24" 16:9 1920x1200 lcd

    Hopefully I can get all this with $1300 by then.

    Edit: Forgot about the OS. I'm guessing XP won't recognize the 6GB of ram...
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    The Dark Knight isn't taller than any other tower-style heatsink....Akasa Nero, Noctua NH-U12P, or OCZ Gladiator Max. The distance between the base and the bottom fin isn't great, so if a mid-tower can't fit the Dark Knight, then chances are it can't fit any decent-sized tower cooler. There are some mid-towers that are rather narrow, but if someone has such a cheap case, then they probably don't need or can't afford a tower cooler to begin with.

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    It does look like your ready for a complete system upgrade, but I would rethink the 500w and go with at least a good 650w - 750W . You mentioned $1300 , are you including the cost of the LCD in this ? Go with Vista Home Premium 64 bit $99.99 it will pick up all 6Gbs. As far as 6Gbs of memory, Newegg just had 6Gbs of G Skill 1600MHz on sale for $99.
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    Jake, does it look like the Dark Knight would fit Thermaltake Element S ? he's looking for a mid-tower, and this would be a decent choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    It does look like your ready for a complete system upgrade, but I would rethink the 500w and go with at least a good 650w - 750W . You mentioned $1300 , are you including the cost of the LCD in this ? Go with Vista Home Premium 64 bit $99.99 it will pick up all 6Gbs. As far as 6Gbs of memory, Newegg just had 6Gbs of G Skill 1600MHz on sale for $99.
    You're right, a parts subtotal comes out closer to $1.4k. This is excluding OS, cooling, tax, and shipping. So $1700 seems more likely.

    Jake, does it look like the Dark Knight would fit Thermaltake Element S ? he's looking for a mid-tower, and this would be a decent choice.
    That case is awesome. I love the the look, the intake fans and filters ,the side hdd trays, and that it doesn't have side ducts or fans. I don't know about the bottom-mounted psu, though. I see it alot, but it seems the heat convection would go right up into the vga. Does it have a removable mobo tray?

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    No removable tray, but I do believe the heat from the power supply goes out the bottom of the case, you would have to ask Jake, he reviewed it. I can tell that it has a top 230mm, rear 140mm, front 120mm and you can install two optional 60mm x 60mm VGA exhaust fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Performance is King as we say around here, and today may be the day a new king is crowned for Core i7 air coolers. Today we're testing the Xigmatek S-1283V Dark Knight, which offers Heatpipe Direct Touch (HDT) technology, a newer trend in tower-style heatsinks, and promises some efficient cooling numbers. It is Socket 1366-capable, looks stunning in nickel-coated black, and is available at a very attractive price.


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    Excellent review! Pureoverclock.com is the best.

    I bought one today because of this review.

    PS: marvelous pictures of the unit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Jewslox Welcome to Pure OC ! the Dimensions of the Dark Knight are 120mm[W] x 50mm [D] x 159mm [H] I hope this helps, there are a lot of mid towers out there, and you do not have your system specs filled out, so it's hard to say if it would fit.
    Doctor_Death, would it fit in my case? I already bought it but I'm getting nervous now... here's my case measurements:

    432(W) 181(D) 405(H) mm

    17.0(W) 7.1(D) 15.96(H) inches

    I didn't realize my case was this compact. I ordered it thinking it would fit.. no problem. but now I don't know
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