Wednesday, October 5th 2011

Titan Intros TTC-SC07TZ(RB) Graphics Card Fan Accessory

Titan launched the TTC-SC07TZ(RB), a graphics card fan attachment. This isn't really a graphics card cooler as such, but supplements your graphics card cooler by blowing air on to it. The attachment is modular, consists of three parts, and takes up an expansion slot. The three parts include a fan controller attached to the expansion bracket, and two 95 mm fans.

The fan frames can be rearranged along a Z-axis of each other, so one fan blows air along the plane of the motherboard, while the other perpendicular to it. The fans spin at speeds between 1000 to 1800 RPM, with 15 ~ 27.8 dBA sound output. The frames are designed such that the bundled 95 mm fans can be replaced with your own 60 mm, 80 mm, or 92 mm fans. Pricing is not known.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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16 Comments on Titan Intros TTC-SC07TZ(RB) Graphics Card Fan Accessory

#3
erixx
what are you smooking! this is quite genuine!
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#4
bear jesus
If the fans can be swapped to the other side i would like to get one to put on the opposite side that it was intended for so it would cool the back of my graphics card as i have 2 80mm doing that job right now but this would look better and be more stable.
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#5
HossHuge
I like the idea. I would like to buy just the bracket and mount some LED fans to it.
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#6
arnoo1
It is a pretty solid idea for those who run sli/crossfire with high end cards, like to see this baby in to action, and it's silent to!

Great job titan
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#7
AsRock
TPU addict
Looks good and much better than the last one they had which used smaller fans on a rail.
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#9
Animalpak
this just add noise to your system
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#11
pantherx12
by: bear jesus
If the fans can be swapped to the other side i would like to get one to put on the opposite side that it was intended for so it would cool the back of my graphics card as i have 2 80mm doing that job right now but this would look better and be more stable.
Pssttt, just install it in the slot above rather than below ;)
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#12
bear jesus
by: pantherx12
Pssttt, just install it in the slot above rather than below ;)
Possibly :p

I have just been too used to having fans blowing at the back and not sucking from it although with this thing sucking away from the graphics card the fans may be able to blow over some parts above the card.

Depending on pricing i may well have to pick one up and experiment with it.
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#13
pantherx12
by: bear jesus
Possibly :p

I have just been too used to having fans blowing at the back and not sucking from it although with this thing sucking away from the graphics card the fans may be able to blow over some parts above the card.

Depending on pricing i may well have to pick one up and experiment with it.
Well if you want them blowing then you just take remove the fans and turn them round, this is basically a fancy fan holder that comes with some fans.

Much better than the ones I've had. ( cept stuck with 92mm max)
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#14
bear jesus
by: pantherx12
Well if you want them blowing then you just take remove the fans and turn them round, this is basically a fancy fan holder that comes with some fans.

Much better than the ones I've had. ( cept stuck with 92mm max)
Well i'm only using 80mm as it is so it would be an upgrade and due to my setup the fans can be rested against the back of the card but i'm tempted to take the lazy way out and buy an open air case so a fan holder like this would be pretty handy and way more secure than my current setup.

Really i think it's down to price, i expect a premium over the cost of a pair of 92mm fans with a back plate speed controller but i don't want to pay way over the top for something i could probably make myself but i think my laziness could cause me to accept a reasonable premium.

I look forward to finding out the cost.
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#15
AsRock
TPU addict
by: bear jesus
Possibly :p

I have just been too used to having fans blowing at the back and not sucking from it although with this thing sucking away from the graphics card the fans may be able to blow over some parts above the card.

Depending on pricing i may well have to pick one up and experiment with it.
Yes as if it's to much you may as well buy a MK-13, and you can use even 120mm fans and in some cases 140mm fans with it.
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