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Titan, as we all know, is very popular for its Fenrir series of coolers. For quite some time, the Fenrir TTC-NK85TZ was putting out some of the best numbers until it was more or less dethroned by the Noctua series that have been ruling the market. Even so, Titan is still a big competitor in the computer cooling market. Titan offers products such as heatsinks, VGA coolers, notebook coolers, and hard drive coolers. I recently discovered that the company also makes coolers and aftermarket fans for game consoles, as well as car AC power inverters. Operating under the Titan name for almost twenty years, Titan has continued to grow its company to over 500 employees and is capable of churning out two million units monthly. That is a staggering number! So, we know the Taiwanese company has huge manufacturing capabilities, but can can it still make a good cooling product? In the hotseat today is another Fenrir series cooler, the Titan TTC-NC15TZ "Hati" heatsink. It looks to be a little sister of the original TTC-NK85TZ Fenrir, with one less heatpipe and a slightly smaller cross section.
By GameSpot, published 30-06-2011
Sterne Agee industry watcher says World of Warcraft maker's next online game will "likely" be out in 12-24 months. Blizzard Entertainment has done little to quell the mystery and intrigue surrounding its next massively multiplayer online gaming project, and the latest twist certainly isn't quieting the buzz. In a note to investors, Sterne Agee analyst Arvind Bhatia characterized the as-yet-unann...
By TechRadar, published 20-05-2011
How hot does your CPU really get? If you're talking about some low-end AMD Fusion beastie or a limping Intel Atom chip, then the short answer is: not very. If you're on about a fully fledged multi-core number, though, you may just be generating enough heat to cook a plum duff. Tasty, yes, but bad for your rig. With those lower-end CPUs, you can even get away with passively cooling them. That means...
By Bjorn3D, published 02-05-2011
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