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Xigmatek, to me, has always been somewhat of a mystery because I have never owned any of its products nor have they ever been wildly popular. Founded in 2005, Xigmatek has been around for a little bit of time but is by no means an elder in the "community". Not only known for its heatsinks, Xigmatek is also noted for its cases and power supplies as well. When it comes to other cooling products, Xigmatek has everything covered. On top of CPU coolers, you can find aftermarket coolers for VGA cards, memory, hard drives, and even ones for chipsets that possess the Xigmatek name. When it comes to manufacturers that I haven't had a chance to previously evaluate, I always pay special attention to what is offered and any creative or innovative things that I have not seen before. I like to see what's different between manufacturers because every one always has an individual style of its own — no matter how subtle. The Xigmatek Prime SD1484 is a slim tower cooler that uses four 8mm direct contact copper heapipes and has room for two 140mm fans. Out of the box, only one is included but additional components required to mount an additional fan are already included.
By TechwareLabs, published 03-06-2013
By Bjorn3D, published 22-10-2011
CPUs, RAMs, Mobos Asus Zenbook UX21E Hands-On Video Demo at HotHardwar World Record: 3175 MHz @ CL8 and 3095 MHz @ CL6 at ocaholic Video Cards ZOTAC GeForce GTX 550 Ti Video Card Drawing at Legit Reviews NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti at Phoronix Cases, PSUs, Coolers Xigmatek Prime SD1484 Heats