Package and Specification
Taking a first look at the package we have Titan’s Dragonfly 4 artwork on the front. They have clearly displayed some critical information here such as the power handling of 160watts. They have also listed the platform types this cooler will support. The artwork of the cooler itself is also rather nice to see. Titan did a good job displaying all the “at a glance” information we find useful.
Going to the rear we find the specifications of the cooler located at the bottom and some quick information about Titan in eight different languages.
On its side we find some graphical samples the cooler. We have four sections showing the advantages of the cooler, including the slim profiles design benefits as well as the option to add an additional fan and fan options.
Before we show you the cooler, let’s take a look at the other contents and specifications. We find a complete set of hardware for both Intel and AMD applications, the instruction manual and some thermal paste. We also find a extra set of fan mounting clips, however the clips were design to house only the slim 15mm fans versus the standard 25mm fans, so in order to take advantage of the clips you will need to purchase a slim fan from Titan.
1.Three advantages: extreme silent, extreme slim and extreme low power consumption
2.No motherboard block trouble with extreme slim design
3.Adopt TITAN extreme fan to get minimum 150RPM
4. Optional two fans provide better cooling efficiency
For AMD AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2
For Intel LGA 775/1155/1156/1366/2011
|120 x 71.4 x 160 mm
120 x 120 x 15 mm
12V DC0.2 A2.4 W150±20%~1500±10%RPM5.30~52.95
Now that you have seen the Package, Contents and specification let’s move forward and take a closer look at the cooler.