Xigmatek’s second generation of its well-received Gaia and Loki mainstream CPU coolers are simply titled the Gaia II and the Loki II.
Xigmatek has launched the second generation of its Gaia and Loki CPU coolers that feature conventional aluminum fin tower heat sink designs, is compatible with most modern CPU sockets, and aims to provide mid-range (150 W TDP) and light (130 W TDP) performance, respectively.
The Gaia II measures 120 x 50 x 159 mm, weighs 460 g, features three 8 mm exposed copper heat pipes with a 120 mm PWM cooling fan that provides an 800 to 1500 RPM range and a maximum airflow of 56.3 CFM.
Moving on to the Loki II, the CPU cooler features a compact form factor of 92 x 134 x 50 mm, a weight of 130 g and features three 6 mm exposed copper heat pipes and a 92 mm PWM cooling fan that offers a range of 1200 – 2800 RPM and is rated for 52 CFM.
Though Xigmatek hasn’t provided information on pricing or availability at the time of writing, we fully expect the Gaia II and Loki II to retain its predecessor’s retail prices of $30 and $25, respectively.