LGA 1366 CPU Coolers: GlacialTech UFO V51 Vs Titan Fenrir
1. GlacialTech UFO V51 - features
Today we test two new CPU cooling fans for Intel's latest LGA 1366 socket, as well as the previous LGA 775 and AMD's k8/AM2. Glacialtech offers the UFO V51 and Titan the Fenrir (TTC-NK85TZ). Both CPU cooling solutions promise to increase the overclocking margins of the latest CPUs offering power users some extra performance.
- GlacialTech UFO V51
GlacialTech announced the launch of UFO V51 range of CPU coolers last November.
Sporting a UFO like design, the UFO V51 coolers are made up of two 92mm ultra silent fans, four heat-pipes with 6mm and 8mm diameter, aluminum fins, sleeve bearings and a stylish plastic encase. Available in 2 versions, UFO 51 Silent and UFO 51 PWM, the latest Glacialtech CPU coolers come with an Intel LGA 775 or AMD (754/939/940/AM2/F) socket and they are compatible with Intel Core i7, Intel Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo, Pentium Extreme, Pentium Dual-Core, Pentium D, Pentium 4, Celeron Dual-Core, Celeron D and Celeron; as well as AMD Phenom, Athlon 64 FX, Athlon 64 X2 Dual –Core, Opteron and Sempron processors.
The lightweight design, high performance thermal compound, quality polish bottom, UFO battleship design and pure copper base are some of the latest innovations incorporated by GlacialTech in this latest CPU cooler product line. The dual silent fans offer speeds of 800rpm to 2500rpm, four heat pipes and an aluminum heat sink maintain efficient air-flow management keeping the CPU and surrounding components like Memory, VRM and chipsets cool.
Key features on the GlacialTech V51 CPU Cooler include:
• Dual silent fan
• Light weight design
• Battleship design concept
• Good air-flow design
• High quality polish bottom
• High performance thermal compound
• Multi-solution for Intel and AMD all CPU included i7
• The air flow could cool the surrounding components (Memory, VRM, chipsets and etc.)
• Pure copper base
There are two variations of the UFO V51 product, the Silent and the PWM. Their main differences are at the supported fan speeds and acoustics: