13 Intel Core i7 LGA 1366 CPU Coolers ComparedFri, May 29, 2009 - 12:00 AM
New to Legit Reviews is Titan. Until now I had not heard of Titan; to my surprise they have been making aftermarket coolers since the early 90’s. Only after trying to shop for other Titan coolers I found my reason for not having heard of them: no distribution in the US, but they do on other side of the pond. They are working on getting a presence in the US. Having never seen nor used a Titan cooler I have no clue what to expect from the Fenrir.
- Model: TTC-NK85TZ
- Cooler Outline Dimension: 156 x 124 x 107 mm
- Fan Dimension: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
- Current: 0.32A
- Rated Fan Speed: 800 ~ 2200 RPM +/- 10%
- Noise Level: <17.2 ~ <39 dBA
- Static Pressure: 0.02 ~ 0.11 InchH20
- Bearing Type: Z-axis Bearing
- Dimensions of Heatsink: 108mm (l) x 97mm (w) x 88.5mm (h)
- Mean Time To Failure: 60,000hrs
- Intel Socket 775/1366
- AMD Socket K8/754/939/AM2/AM2+/AM3
The name Fenrir roughly translated means “monstrous wolf.” That would explain the tribal logo. The fins of the Fenrir are stamped aluminum.
The Fenrir is a HDT or Heatpipe Direct Touch cooler. This style of cooler is getting more and more popular, as it’s an easy way to cut weight.
The Fenrir comes with a wide range of mounting parts to allow for you to mount it to your favorite CPU socket.
The Fenrir makes use of a snazzy looking chrome plated 120mm fan. It’s held in place with spring clips.