Computex 2010 CoverageClayMeow - July 5, 2010
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What better way to start off Computex than by visiting one of Taiwan's own, TITAN Technology, better known as TITAN Cooler. The main product TITAN is showing off at the show is an update to its critically-acclaimed Fenrir heat pipe CPU coolers, the Fenrir EVO. The Fenrir EVO, or TTC-NK85TZ/CS2(RB), is similar to earlier versions, featuring four 8mm direct-contact heat pipes, but contains a new 12cm fan that sports nine kukri-shaped blades, operating at a mere 15dBA at 800RPM. The black and gold fins along with the gold-colored fan blades look nice as well.
As much as I like the look of the Fenrir EVO, I must say that I like the look of the special edition Fenrir, TTC-NK85TZ/CS(RB), even better - red and black with a splash of white.
Another heat pipe CPU cooler they were showing off was the fairly new, frameless Skalli, or TTC-NC05TZ/NPW(RB). This heat sink features dual 8mm U-shaped heat pipes and a 10cm noiseless fan.
TITAN also displayed a low-profile heat pipe cooler for Intel processors, the TTC-NC25TZ/PW, which has a rather useful feature - the ability to change the bracket alignment to one of three spots, making it easier for you to maneuver around nearby memory modules or other obstacles.
Here are several other heat sinks on display:
TITAN also displayed several of its notebook coolers, including the 3-in-1 G9T cooling pad (the three pieces are shown in the middle row of the second picture) and a rather unique egg-shaped docking station.