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Titan Hati TTC-NC15TZ CPU Cooler Review
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Written by Andrew McMaster   
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Titan LogoTitan gained quite a bit of noticed for their CPU coolers when they released the Fenrir series. Today we will be looking at another product in that series, the Titan Hati and the Kukri fan that came with it as well as the Titan Platinum Grease thermal paste. We will test these products against stock solutions and see if there truly is a difference between stock and after market cooling.Will this be the best choice for your next enthusiast or gaming build? Let' find out:

 

Price: TBA
Provided by: Titan

 

Closer Look:

 

Specifications and Features:
3 x 8 mm heat pipes with direct contact technology to maximize heat conductivity
‧PWM function fan with automatic speed adjustment according to the temperature
of CPU for extra-silent operation
‧12 cm Kukri shaped fan for efficiency and silence
‧Include 4 vibration reducing mounting rubber bolts and has the option to equip
one or two fans
‧Compatible with Intel LGA 1366 / 1156 / 775 & AMD AM3 / AM2+ / AM2 / K8

Outline Dimension 130 x 80 x 160 mm
Fan Dimension 120 x 120 x 25 mm
Rated Voltage 12V DC
Rated Current 0.32A
Power Consumption 3.84W
Rated Speed 800~2200 ± 10% RPM
Airflow 24.23~66.62 CFM
Static Pressure 0.02~0.14 InchH₂O
Noise Level <15~<35 dBA
Connector 4-PIN PWM function
Bearing Type Z-AXIS
Life Time 60,000 Hours

CPU Support:

For AMD K8/AM2/AM2+/AM3
‧AMD Phenom™ II X6 Black Edition 1090T
‧AMD Phenom™ II X6 1055T
‧AMD Phenom™ II X4 805~965/B93~B95/900e~905e
‧AMD Phenom™ II X3 710~720/700e~705e/B73~B75
‧AMD Phenom™ II X2 545~555/B53~B55
‧AMD Athlon™ II X4 620~635/600e~605e
‧AMD Athlon™ II X3 425~440/400e~405e
‧AMD Athlon™ II X2 215~255/235e~240e/B22~B24/250u~260u
‧AMD Phenom™ X4 9500~9950/9100e~9450e
‧AMD Phenom™ X3 8450~8750/8250e~8450e
‧AMD Athlon™ X2 up to 6400+/7850/BE-2400/5050e
‧AMD Athlon™ 64 up to 4000+/LE-1640
‧AMD Athlon™ 64 FX up to FX-62
‧AMD Sempron™ up to 3800+/140/LE-1300
‧Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ up to 1389/1224SE/1218HE
For Intel LGA 1366
‧ Core™ i7 i7-920~i7-960
‧ Core™ i7 Extreme Edition i7-960~i7-980X
For Intel LGA 1156
‧ Core™ i7 i7-860~i7-870
‧ Core™ i5 i5-680~i5-760/i5-750S/i5-655K
‧ Core™ i3 i3-530~i3-560
For Intel LGA 775
‧ Core2 Duo up to~E8600
‧ Core2 Extreme up to~QX9770/X6800
‧ Core2 Quad up to~Q9650
‧ Pentium D up to~960
‧ Pentium Dual Core up to~E6500/E6500K
‧ Pentium Extreme up to~965
‧ Pentium 4 up to~672
‧ Pentium 4 Extreme up to~3.73G Hz
‧ Celeron up to~365/E3300

 

 

hati cooler image 1

 

 

hati cooler with fan

 

 

hati cooler included parts

 

When you open up the package you will see that you are supplied with a range of installation gear that will let you use the Hati with almost every CPU out there. Even though it may seem like a lot of parts, the installation was very easy. Now when you look at the cooler itself it has 3 exposed 8mm diameter head contacts at the base. This allows heat to be efficiently drawn from the CPU to the fins without passing through a secondary heat spreader.

 

Testing:

 

titan hati cpu cooler idle

 

 

titan hati cpu cooler load

 

Now we will move on to the Kukri Fan:

 

kukri fan

 



Specifications and Features:

Outline Dimension 120 x 120 x 25 mm
Rated Voltage 12V DC
Rated Current 0.32 A
Power Consumption 3.84 W

Rated Speed 800 ± 10%~2200±10%RPM
Airflow 24.23~66.62CFM
Static Pressure 0.02~0.14InchH₂O
Noise Level < 15~35 dBA
Connector 4-PIN PWM function
Bearing Type Z-AXIS
Life Time 60,000 Hours

Nine massive kukri-shaped blades generate outstanding high airflow reaching
‧12cm ultra-silent fan remains the lower noise level.
‧The TITAN Z-bearing provides long life-time operation.
‧Easy installation with absorption nails which could reduce noise and vibration.
‧PWM speed controller for full flexibility.

What I really enjoyed about this fan is how quiet it is. Compared to my last one there is not much difference in volume. Titan really lives up to its slogan here, “cool and silent.” The name kukri also has some meaning behind it to. “Its name originates form a symbolic weapon for Gurkha regiments and the Nepali Army which represents the courage of the bearer in the battlefield. The nine curved blades are designed to produce stronger air pressure, speeding up the heat dissipation, and maintain a lower noise level.” After seeing the fan I think those warriors did very well haha.

Finally the Titan Platinum Grease thermal paste


Price:
Provided by: Titan
Specifications and Features:


Color
Specific Gravity
Thermal Conductivity
Thermal Impedance Gray
3.0 g/cm3
3.5 W/m-℃
0.018℃- in² / W

Low thermal resistance and high conductivity for superior heat transfer
(0.018 ºC-in² / W)
‧High stability and reliability
‧Apply to CPU, VGA, Chipset and other PC components
‧Compliance with RoHS requirements

titan platinum grease

Testing:

thermal paste tests idle

thermal pastes tests load

Conclusion:
I am thoroughly impressed with the Titan Hati CPU cooler, Kukri Fan, and Platinum Grease thermal paste. Titan does a good job keeping your CPU cool while still being quiet. They also made sure that the installation was easy to do but, still maintaining good design.

I would totally recommend any of the Titan products we have looked at today for someone looking for a better way to cool down you CPU. People building an inexpensive computer would probably enjoy any or all of these products because for a relatively low price you could have a nice CPU cooler, an extra fan and a good thermal paste for it. I would give the Hati cooler 8/10 the Kukri fan 9/10 and the Platinum grease 7/10. Thanks Titan for these great products and I eagerly await what they have to bring in the future.

Pros:

  • Performance
  • Design 
  • Easy to Install
  • Quiet
Cons:
  • None


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