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Titan Dual X Holder TTC-SC07TZ(RB) Review

RHKCommander959    -   October 25, 2011
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Conclusion:

The Titan TTC-SC07TZ(RB) worked perfectly but has a couple of flaws. The fans operated perfectly, the fan holder/frame setup worked fine, and the tool-less nature was nice. But, it would have been desirable to see thumb screws for the expansion slot versus standard Phillips-head screws to finish the idea off. The Dual X Holder has great potential in the right systems. But with a reference Radeon HD 6970 and a powerful blower motor, the performance was just about the same, only having a slight decrease in temperatures while overclocked. The Holder also sagged when installed in the test rig, rather than sitting parallel to the video card.

Although it didn't perform well in this instance, I could see it being a great upgrade for consumers with passive heat sinks. It could also do well pushing air between multiple cards, where cramped spacing can suffocate parts and make them run hotter. It also should provide some cooling to the motherboard. Cooling the back of a hotter high performance card is another possiblity, with some work of course to keep it from sagging and/or shorting to the back of the card. Overall it is a decent product, but it does have room to grow.

 

Pros:

  • Quiet
  • Adjustable fan speed
  • Can be upgraded with different fans
  • Is capable of pushing air in from the side — good for multiple card systems and motherboard cooling

Cons:

  • No Molex-Fan header adapter
  • Sags when installed
  • Fan cabling needs some work
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