At this point the Fenrir Series of coolers from Titan have made a name for themselves and have had good results so far with this line of CPU coolers. My first look was at the Fenrir, then there was the black and gold Fenrir Evo, both of which did ok in testing and put Titan in contention for a share of the market. As with most successful cooler designs, evolutions of that main idea are bound to develop as time goes by, and we are going to be looking at just that today.
Keeping pretty much just the series name of Fenrir, this new cooler takes on a different shape and uses one less heat pipe than the two previous coolers with that naming. Essentially this cooler is using three heat pipes to do the work of the four of the initial design, but keeps the direct contact to the processor we are used to from Titan. As we get deeper into the review I will be sure to point out the differences and similarities of these coolers.
The key in this design is the pursuit of silence. The Hati from the Fenrir-family of coolers that we are going to be taking a look at today has a fan I have yet to see paired with a Titan Cooler. Not only does Titan offer a new silent fan for operation of the cooler, if you want to add another fan for lower temperatures, the Hati comes ready to go; all you need is the second fan. Let's have a look at the specifications, see what is and is not incorporated, and see just what the Fenrir-family Hati from Titan is capable of.
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