Titan are one of the oldest companies specializing in computer cooling equipment. They are not very well known in the US yet, but during the past few years their production capacity and R&D capabilities have increased many times over, making them one of the better known cooler makers in Europe and Asia. The product which we have here today is the NK75TZ, a huge heatpipe cooler aimed towards those who want great performance but silent operation at the same time.
Manufacturer Features and Specifications
6 heat pipes provide maximum cooling performance
High density heat sink fins significantly increase the surface area for cooling
12 CM fan created high airflow to cool drastically
Cools CPU and its surrounding components like memory, chipset and etc
Polished Copper base ensures maximum heat transmission
Universal clip for Intel & AMD K8 / AM2 CPU
Freely choose fan speed controlling : PWM function or manually adjust fan speed
Low thermal resistance with high conductivity TITAN Royal grease included
Rubber pushing pins reduce vibration and noise made by the fan
800~2200 RPM ±10%
0.02~ 0.11 InchH2O
No. of Pole
Packaging and Bundle
The Titan Cool Idol is supplied in a large rectangular cardboard box. Everything inside the box is very well packed and protected. Bundled with the cooler you will find all of the necessary mounting hardware for installation on any socket 775/AM2/939/940/754 motherboard, a fan speed controller and a tube of Titan’s "Royal Grease". There is no manual inside the package because Titan chose to fill the sides of the box with all of the necessary information about the cooler, even the installation guides.
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