For those who have been deeply into cooling of late, the name TTIC may not be a familiar one. The initials actually stand for Thermal Transtech International Corporation and they specialize in heatpipe cooling methods for various uses. They also have a newer technology the called "Heat Column", but we'll delve a little deeper into this cooling method in a bit.
Their claim is that you can have high quality air cooling without the noise usually associated with it. This is a mighty big claim, so it will be interesting to see if they can pull it off.
So relax for a moment and join us as we take a look at the TTIC NPH-201 air cooler for the Athlon XP processor!
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