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Titan Fenrir Siberia

Posted May 16, 2012 by Jake in Cooling







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by Jake
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Titan is a company that may not be too well known in North America but they’ve been making a splash lately in the CPU cooler market with their latest product that has been generating waves in some enthusiast circles for its apparent cooling prowess, particularly when used for overclocking a Core i7 monster. We love to see high clocks and cool temperatures, and when we originally reviewed the Titan Fenrir (and EVO version) we found them to be very capable.

Titan has since released another cooler, the Siberia, which features a new design and a quieter fan. The Siberia looks to improve performance by moving up to dual fans, one of which is now a 140mm fan, and PWM control to strike a balance between noise levels and heat dissipation.

The interesting thing about the Siberia is that the two fans are oriented opposingly above the motherboard, one vertical and one horizontal, in the hopes of providing strong overall cooling on components, rather than just the CPU itself.

Let’s take a closer look at the Titan Siberia and these how this new design shakes out.

Titan Technology Limited was founded by a group of progressive and experienced engineers in their respective fields. Possessing over 20 year manufacturing experiences of designing superior cooling devices, Titan has successfully gained worldwide reputation for our successful achievements. In Titan, customers are the most valuable asset to us. Your opinions and suggestions are always regarded as the significant incentives for our further improvements. Hence, if you have any questions please feel free to contact with us anytime, the service team will provide you with a quick satisfactory response.



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