Xigmatek Nepartak Cooler

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Introduction

CPU coolers are an essential part of any system, cooling what is one of the most important and in many cases the most expensive single component in a machine. The Intel stock cooler is admittedly below average which allows for a huge market to develop around improved cooling. An aftermarket cooler is considered essential should you wish to overclock at some point and it is something that a lot of first timers miss with their system builds.

Today we’re looking at the Xigmatek Nepartak. From appearances the tower cooler looks faultless in design so let’s hope it stands up to our testing.

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