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Titan Fenrir CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho
Type: Reviews Last Updated: February 11, 2010
Page: 2 of 9
Titan Fenrir - Part 1
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In Figure 3 we can have a front view of the heatsink from Fenrir. It's a classic design, with four heatpipes bent in a "U" shape and a tower of aluminum fins. Although common, this design has been proving to be very efficient.

Titan Fenrir
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Figure 3: Front view.

In Figure 4 we can see the heatsink from the side. Note how the heatpipes are thick (8 mm in diameter). We can also see the color of the fins on this X'mas Edition: top and bottom ones are red, the middle ones are black and two silver fins between them. This pallete is beautiful, but we did not understand why these colors made the product a "X'mas Edition", since holiday decoration is tipically red and green.

Titan Fenrir
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Figure 4: Side view.

In Figure 5, you can see Fenrir's top side. The tips from the heatpipes are exposed, with no caps covering them.

Titan Fenrir
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Figure 5: Top view.

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