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HAVIK 140 CPU Heatsink Review - HAVIK 140 CPU Heatsink Review
Sat Oct 01, 2011 | 9:02A| PermaLink
"Creativity comes from looking for the unexpected and stepping outside your own experience." - Masaru Ibuka. This quote defines an effective business practice that has made many companies explode with growth. The NXZT HAVIK 140 is an example of a company stepping outside of its normal products range, and to produce something they have not produced before. Apple, for instance, probably would not have be where it is today if the iPod was never developed. Another example, if Ford had not used assembly line techniques for mass production, and provided inexpensive goods with high wages, the company wouldn't have been any better off than the other automotive manufacturers of its time. It isn't hard to see that doing something different or entering a new area can certainly provide benefits to both the company and the consumers. The question is, will the HAVIK 140 provide the same kind of benefits? Well, it wouldn't be fair to spoil that answer; you will just have to read on to find out. Now, before we move on, I keep asking myself what HAVIK means. Well, HAVIK is a homophone of the word 'havoc', so I guess you could say the NZXT HAVIK 140 will pillage the heat coming from your processor. However, havik is also Dutch for hawk, and I can't help but wonder if it will soar above the competition? Let's see about that!

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