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Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Titan Cool-Idol

2. Retail package

The Titan Cool-Idol comes in a big box and much information is provided on it. The CPU cooler retails for 59 as Titan states in their website.

Inside the box you will find a retention holder for the Intel P4/Socket 775 processors, another clip for the AMD K8 platform, various screws for the corresponding processor platform, a PCI speed fan controller and of course the Titan Royal Grease compound.

The cooler itself is made of both aluminum and copper. Three aluminum fins are joined to the full copper base with six (6) copper heatpipes. Over the top there is a 120mm PWM (power management) fan with four rubber absorbing pads that should reduce the overall noise of the cooler. It's overall weight is 850 grams, which is high enough for a CPU cooler.

The aluminum fins are massive and the U-shaped copper heatpipes passing through them. The 120mm fan directs the essential air flow through them in order to cool down the whole system.

The base is made of full copper and it has a very good finish as you can see in the picture below. The mounting mechanism has four (4) holes that will secure the backplate.




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