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Titan TTC-D9TB-Cu35R1 Copper Core Heatsink Review
Titan TTC-D9TB-Cu35R1 Copper Core Heatsink Review
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Abstract: The TTC-D9TBCu35-R1 breaks from this mold slightly, and offers consumers a low-noise cooling solution for mainstream PCs.

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Titan   Cooling / Heatsinks   Dec 27, 2003   Max Page  

Home > Reviews > Page: Close examination of the heatsink

Titan D9TBCu35-R1 Heatsink From All Angles
The Fan:

The thick Titan fan rotates at 2300RPM, and draws in about 0.13A. The 80mm fan is naturally very quiet whatever the temperature of your PC (there is no temperature control sensor). The plastic fan grill is translucent like the fan casing, and can be useful in protecting the impeller from errant wires or power connectors. The fan draws power from a three-pin motherboard fan header.

Heatsink Top:
A 7mm wide cut through the center of the heatsink gives the clip a place to sit, and to larger semi-circular milled areas on either end of the base further reduce the total weight of the heatsink. The peak at the center of the heatsink is centered on the body of the cooler, and not over the area the processor makes contact. The copper core on the other hand is centered over the processor core.

Side A:

The fan is suspended a few millimeters above the tips of the fins to promote better airflow. The base is 6mm thick at the edges, and rises to 13mm thick at the center. The fins of the heatsink are 1mm thick and spaced 2mm apart. The base is cut out from either end of the base about 13mm.

Side B:
The TTC-D9TBcu35-R1 is very shiny, and features a three-prong socket A clip to ensure it doesn't cause anything to snap off. The clip slides free in the body of the heatsink even though the extrusion does feature a notch slot which could have been utilized to ensure a stable mount once on the processor. The clip is tool free, or it can be used with a screwdriver if you need more leverage.

Heatsink Base:

A small area 46mm wide has been machined from this side of the heatsink (14mm from the other side) so that the clip will move freely. The base is cut away in the distinctive semi-circle fashion, but the fins above have been left in place. The base has been highly polished, and the copper plate is pretty flat all things considered. It is difficult to say how thick the 35mm diameter copper insert is.

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Table of Contents:

 1:  Titan TTC-D9TB-Cu35R1 Copper Core Heatsink Review
 2: — Close examination of the heatsink
 3:  Heatsink Thermal/Acoustic Test Parameters
 4:  Surface Roughness / Acoustic Comparisons
 5:  Temperature Results

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