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Titan Hati TTC-NC15TZ/KU(RB) CPU Cooler - Test System & Testing Results

Titan has had great success with the Fenrir series of coolers and now brings us the latest version in the Hati.

| CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Dec 23, 2010 2:39 pm
TweakTown Rating: 86%Manufacturer: Titan

Test System & Test Results

 

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To be honest, I am not entirely impressed with the single fan temperatures, or the dual fan results. I think Titan took silence a bit too far for the overclockers. For the average user these results are much better than a stock cooler will provide, and if silence is mandatory, this may still be a viable solution.

 

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Load testing with the fans at full power isn't much more impressive than the idle results. Titan choosing these fans really produced average results. The Evo did better, but I think if Titan wants this silent of a cooler the fins and heat pipes need a bit of a redesign to make the Hati really shine.

 

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Sound levels with two fans or a single fan are where I personally like my air cooling. 35 dB is very acceptable; too bad it wasn't able to help more with better temperatures.

 

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The loudest results were found with both fans in operation. The results aren't that bad here either, but for a fan shipped as a silent solution to cooling, this shows it isn't exactly that when the system is loaded.

 

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