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Titan Sibera TTC-NC55TZ(RB) CPU Cooler Pictured

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Titan Technology unveiled its latest Siberia CPU Cooler, the TTC-NC55TZ(RB). The cooler has an asymmetric aluminum fin tower design, which cools other hot components on the motherboard along with the CPU. The design consists of a nickel-plated copper base, from which five copper heat pipes pass. One end of these heat pipes pass through an aluminum fin stack that propagates along the plane of the motherboard, while the other passes though a stack that propagates perpendicular to this plane.

    The stack that's along the plane of the motherboard is the larger of the two, and is ventilated by a 140 mm fan. The perpendicular stack is ventilated by a smaller 120 mm fan. The 140 mm fan spins at 700 ~ 1,800 RPM, pushing 34.78 ~ 89.43 CFM of air, with a noise output of 8.3 ~ 28.8 dBA. The 120 mm fan, on the other hand, spins at 800 ~ 2,200 RPM; pushing 24.23 ~ 66.2 CFM, with 15.0 ~ 35.0 dBA noise output. Both fans have 4-pin plugs and support PWM control. The heatsink itself measures 200 x 130 x 162 mm (WxDxH), weighing 755 g. All current sockets, including LGA2011, LGA1366, LGA1155/LGA1156, AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2, and FM1 are supported. It is priced at 6,980 JPY (US $91.6).

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    Yay Titan are back!
     
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    looooooooooooooooooooong heatpipes
     
  4. NC37

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    How does that one fan get enough air flow? Seems like it is very close to the other.
     
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    Wasn't Cooler Master V8 or V10 also a dual fan split solution?
     
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    V10. There's also the Prolimatech Genesis.
     
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    the design could also be based off Thermaltakes Big Typhoon albeit without the extra fan
     
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    That's more of a long shot, but yeah.
     
  9. eidairaman1

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    I believe it was a phase change solution n honestly v10 was too bulky
     

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