For those who have been asking for inexpensive heatsinks for your systems, take a peek here as Mike "Darthtanion" Wright takes a look at one of the cheapest coolers to recently hit the market. Of course, inexpensive doesn't take away the necessity for reasonable performance. We've put this Nexus cooler through the standard gauntlet to see if it will suit the needs of those looking for a more reasonably priced cooling solution. Let's see how it fared against some other low-cost sinks!
IntroductionMany of you may not have heard of this company before. Even I hadn't heard of them until just recently, but they are wanting to play hardball with regards to cooling on a budget. Though heatsinks are just a portion of what they do, the retail prices of their cooling line are going to make a lot of heads turn. After all, we are all looking for ways to shave off a few dollars where our systems are concerned, but we still want quality.This brings us to today's contestant, the Nexus KN02 HSF. Yes, it is aluminum, but we always feel it is necessary to give all coolers an equal chance on the playing field. That said, we're going to run this sink through the gauntlet and see if it still manages to remain standing at the end of the testing cycle.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 12:25 pm CDT
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