Titan TTC-D4T Heatsink Review
With the range of copper
heatsinks, fan heatsinks, pin-based heatsink and everything short of cold fusion
cooled heatsinks entering store shelves these days is always a bit of a surprise to see a good
ol' simple design like the TTC-D4T. Based around a rather uncluttered fin design, and pared
with a 25mm thick 60mm fan, the TTC-D4T caught our eye on a recent trip the computer store.
The cooling system is
reliant upon twelve 32mm tall fins that are 26mm in width.
Except for the clip channel which splits the heatsink into two fin sections the
heatsink is one solid unit. It kind of reminded us of the rather well performing Thermaltake Volcano II.
The fan looks like a Delta from the top, but
is actually a single ball bearing model made by a company called Evercool. Titan
is rather generous as heatsink manufacturers go as they include a small syringe
with 1cc of silver-based thermal compound!
AMD Athlon, Duron, K6-2. Intel FC-PGA, PGA.
VIA Cyrix III.
- Fan Dim:
25x60x60mm, 12V, 0.27A
- FHS Dimensions: 65x62x60mm (H/W/D)
Extruded aluminum, black anodized
- Made & Sold
The syringe would make
anyone but a true overclocker turn their
head and wonder what kind of silvery substance this might
be. The substance looks a little bit too shiny when compared to
other silver compounds we have in the lab, which makes me wonder it if might just
be aluminum based. We'll have to do a test in the future to
find out for sure what the performance characteristics of this thermal compound are.