Titan Fenrir

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About the Product

This CPU cooler unit for Intel 775/1366 and AMD Socket 754/939/940/AM2/AM2+ CPUs supports a 120 x 25 x 120 mm fan (800-2200 RPM, 17.2-39 dBA, 33.2-78.41 CFM) and 124 x 107 x 156 mm aluminum fin and copper heatpipe/base heatsink.

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Titan Fenrir Reviews Rating: 95 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

Meta Reviews

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Hardware Secrets  --- Feb 11 '10
Modders-Inc 9/10 Sep 03 '09
Pro-Clockers.com  --- Nov 28 '09
Tweak Town 91% Sep 07 '10
TweakNews.net  --- Dec 22 '09
XtremeComputing  --- Aug 28 '09
Neoseeker  --- Jun 24 '09
Bjorn3D  --- Apr 29 '09
Frosty Tech 89% Mar 23 '09
Guru3D  --- May 30 '09
Hardware Bistro  --- Mar 01 '09
Inside Hardware  --- Feb 27 '09
Overclockers Club  --- Apr 29 '09
PureOverclock.com  --- Aug 11 '09
ThinkComputers 10/10 Mar 03 '09
Tweak Town 86% Mar 24 '09
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Titan Fenrir Roundups and Shootouts

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Titan Fenrir Review HardwareCanucks -- Dec 01 '09
Titan Fenrir Review Benchmark Reviews -- Mar 17 '09

Bjorn3D on Apr 29 '09

"We were happy with the performance of the Fenrir, even in our extreme overclocking world. If it makes us happy, you can rest assured, installed and coated with thermal grease correctly, the Direct..."

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Frosty Tech on Mar 23 '09

"Given that the Titan TTC-NK85TZ Fenrir is nearly identical to a lot of the exposed heatpipe heatsinks on the market now, it's not surprising that this family of coolers all perform very well on..."

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Guru3D on Jun 01 '09

"That nag aside, the cooler is priced really fair in the EU alright, and as mentioned we spotted it for 37 EUR, and that sounds just about right in our ears. Next to that it looks good and it..."

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Hardware Secrets on Feb 11 '10

"Our tests have shown that at least this time what we saw was what we got: its performance was compatible with the best coolers we've already tested and its noise level was very acceptable. It is..."

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Modders-Inc on Sep 03 '09

"On the performance side, the FENRIR kept the i7 920 at 36C or below during all tests while achieving a load temp of 67 or below from 2.66 GHz up to 3.6 GHz. At 3.87 GHz, the FENRIR did reach 75C..."

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  • Product Type: CPU Coolers
  • Manufacturer: Titan
  • Released
    North AmericaApr 29, 2009
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