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Titan MT1AB5 Heatsink Review
Titan MT1AB5 Heatsink Review
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Abstract: As anyone can plainly see, the Titan MT1AB5 is blessed with a lot of fins, but the effective use of airflow paths is what will really make the grade.

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Titan   Cooling / Heatsinks   Oct 19, 2002   Max Page  
Home > Reviews > Page Title: Acoustic Test Results

Acoustic Samples: Listen to this Heatsink!

The waveform image tells most of the story; the two fans make a bit of noise but in general are pretty mild. You can listen to this heatsink in operation for yourself by clicking on the headphones and playing the MP3 recording.

FrostyTech Acoustic Sampling Chamber
Listen to this Heatsink now.
Standard Waveform view of a 10 second recording. Click on the headphones to listen to an MP3 recording of this heatsink in operation.

Sound Level Measurements:

Listening to the actual noise a heatsink makes allows you to hear what pure numbers alone cannot get across. To further emphasize FrostyTech's reliance on cold hard facts when evaluating a heatsink, we also take Decibel readings with a sound level meter. These results may be higher than the manufacturer's listed specs, but then again these are real world measurements.

FrostyTech Sound Level Results
- Manufacturer Model Noise Level Scale
verax P14 32.1 dB Quiet
Verax P11T 35.3 dB
Coolermaster HHC-L61 42.2 dB
Coolermaster HSC-V62 43.7 dB
JMC Prducts 400023 46.6 dB
Zalman All Flower HSF 47.4/28.9 dB
Taisol CGK760092 48.4 dB
GlacialTech Igloo 2310 49.4 dB
Cho-Liang CB0307U-17 49.5 dB
Arkua 628 50.7 dB
Noisecontrol Silverado 50.8 dB
Titan MT1AB5 52.4 dB
NengTyi XPC5000 52.4 dB
Ajigo MF014021 52.8 dB
Thermal Integration TI-V77L 53.0 dB
Ajigo SF017011 53.6 dB
GlacialTech Igloo 2400 53.9 dB
Tocools Crown 54.5 dB
Cybercooler P5750 55.4 dB
Coolermaster HHC-001 59.9 dB
Dynatron DY1206BH-625 63.3 dB
Dynatron DC1206BMP 65.1 dB louder

At 52.4 dB the heatsink is firmly middle of the road in terms of noise generation. A sound measurement closer to 50 dB would have been nice to see, but I suppose that would be asking for too much from two fans.



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Table of Contents:

 1:  Titan MT1AB5 Heatsink Review
 2:  Heatsink Test Parameters
 3: — Acoustic Test Results
 4:  Synthetic Temperature Test Results

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