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Friday, January 22, 2010
Titan Skalli

2. Package

The small retail package of the Titan Skalli cpu cooler features a transparent window on the front allowing you to see the product at a glance. We found the product online priced at $30, which is a typical price for a cooler of this category.

The product is fully compatible with Intel LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA775 & AMD AM2, AM2+, AM3 sockets, making it truly universal solution.

The box includes the basics - a printed installation manual, mounting clips for the Intel/AMD sockets and two tubes of Titan's Nano Grease thermal paste:

The cooler design is common with two U-shaped full copper heatpipes connecting the base with the aluminum fins. An frame less 100mm fan is placed on the front side of the cooler. The PWM function allows the user to select the rotation speed of the fan directly from the PC (800 ~1500 RPM).

The Heat pipe Direct Contact technology: dual 8mm U-shaped heat pipes are in direct contact with the surface of the CPU, maximizing the heat dissipating efficiency.

Installing the cpu cooler takes just few seconds, provided that you are familiarized with Intel's default mounting method.




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