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Written by Olin Coles   
Thursday, 01 January 2009
Table of Contents: Page Index
Best CPU Cooler Performance LGA775 - Q4 2008
Thermally Conductive Element Reference
CoolIT Domino ALC
GlacialTech UFO V51
Thermaltake SpinQ CL-P0466
Thermaltake V1 AX CL-P0508
Titan FENRIR TTC-NK85TZ
Zalman CNPS9900 LED
TIM Application and Surface
Testing Methodology
Test Results: Stock Cooling Fan
Test Results: High-Output Fan
CPU Cooler Final Thoughts
Best of Q4 2008 Conclusion

Titan FENRIR TTC-NK85TZ

Titan is seldom referred to as the industry leader in CPU cooler products, at least not in regards to the very best top-performers. But then again, that was before the Titan FENRIR TTC-NK85TZ had arrived.

A very dense array of aluminum fins are stacked around four "U" orientated heat-pipe rods, which have been proven to deliver exceptional performance on overclocked computer systems.

Built from the same design that gives us the Sunbeam Core Contact Freezer CR-CCTF and SilenX IXC-120HA2, Titan offers their 'Fenrir' as a single 120mm-capable CPU cooler with four exposed heat-pipes. The TTC-NK85TZ comes with a proprietary bolt-through kit, which also includes mounting for the LGA775 and LGA1366 sockets.

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TTC-NK85TZ Specifications

  • Outline Dimension: 156 x 124 x 107mm
  • Fan Dimension: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
  • Rated Voltage 12V DC
  • Rated Cunent: 0.32A
  • Power Consumption: 3.84W
  • Rated Speed: 800~2200 RPM ±10%
  • Airflow: 33.2~78.41CFM
  • Static Pressure: 0.02~ 0.11 InchH2O
  • Noise Level: <17.2 ~ <39dBA
  • Bearing Type: Z-axis Bearing
  • Lifetime: 60,000 HOURS

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About TITAN Technology Limited

TITAN Technology Limited was established in Taiwan by a group of progressive and experienced engineers in their respective fields. Since our establishment with over 16 years of manufacturing experience with high quality cooling devices for various kinds of PCs, we have successfully gained worldwide recognition for our innovative designs.

TITAN is headquartered in Taiwan and has its own two factories, total approximate 20,000 square meters. Both are located in Guang Dong- China, China. There are around 1200 employees, which provide combined efforts a production capacity of output 1.2 million units per month. TITAN is also leading manufacturer of various thermal products such as: CPU Coolers, VGA Coolers, H.D.D coolers, System Blowers, D.C fans, Heatsinks in comprehensive solution of cooling systems in different applications of PC systems. We have just launched the newest design; the superior water cooling kit(case), annual sales US$57,000,000 combined water and air-cooling in the world; the performance is excellent to reduce heat problems and operates at minimal noise levels. To keep advance with the fast changing market; new models are launched every 1-2 months to meet your requirements.

We have invested our resources on research & development and improved our innovative Total PC thermal solutions. We would like to extend our warmest invitation to any customers who wish to visit us and inspect our operations at our operation; we will ensure that we do our best to meet the needs of our customers. Come and share our experience! We are now showing our most warmly welcome to invite you to visit us for more details and information. Please assure that whichever of our services you decide to use, you will receive our immediate and careful attention.



 

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# RE: Best CPU Cooler Performance LGA775 - Q4 2008SGT 2010-03-02 11:28
Used this for about 8 months and it started to leak around the pump area work well but in not up to the job in a long hall i replace it with a CORSAIR CWCH50 Hydro Water Cooler...and never look back
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# RE: Best CPU Cooler Performance LGA775 - Q4 2008Michael 2010-07-01 22:55
I used it for 6 month, not so good especially at low speed fan. Once you increase the fan speed it becomes very noisy!
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# Good CPU Cooler BUT MOBO CooksGraham 2010-11-10 06:13
As with most replacement ccolers you have a trade off.With Sttandard cooler you have reduced cooling available for overclocking yet you still have the mobo components cooled by the same fan.With this cooler solution you get amazing cooling if maybee a little noisy when ramped up,I use it on a intel Quad 6600 running at almost 4gig (per core) overclock on a top end Lanpsrty Mobo.The Cpu runs idle at 28-30deg and Sressed when benchmarking at 48-50 so really good.The biggest problem is, even when used in a huge custom case with 2 x 250 mm case fans and three 120 rear fans (One of which adds pull action to the Radiator of the coolit) i have a major problem with the motherboard cooling sometimes hitting in excess of 60 deg which causes all sorts of issues. So to conclued it is a great product If your not doing extreem Overclocking. BUT i Intend to replace it with a Noctua NH-C12P SE14, AM2/AM3/775/1156/1366 which has a 140mm downward facing fan to keep the mobo temps under control.
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