Titan RTNV TTC-HD90 Hdd Cooler

Specification and a closer look

Specification
 
Taken from titans own website: 
 
Features
  • Reduced Temperature Noise Vibration
  • Fanless design with high performance aluminium heatsink
  • High conductive thermal pad to provide the best effect of heat dissipation and vibration reduction
  • Includes surrounded sound insulation and absorption pad
  • Stylish design, easy installation, suitable for 3.5” Hard Disk Drives
Specifications
  • Outline Dimension: 146 x 155 x 42 mm
  • Material: Aluminium
  • High conductive thermal pad ( Upper side ): 130 x 85 x 2 mm
  • High conductive thermal pad ( Lower side ): 130 x 85 x 5 mm
Packing
  • 1CTN(PCS) : 20
  • N.W.(KGS) : 15.4
  • G.W.(KGS) : 18.7
  • MEAS'T(CUFT) : 1.69
 
 
A Closer Look
 
Here we see the unit as a whole. The top of the unit is a spiky affair, sporting the titan logo and the words 'Cool and Silent'.
 
top Back
 
Inside you see the large, fat heat pads. Currently covered by protective film. The sides are lined with a foam which is designed to not allow the noise of the drive out.
 
Innards Side
 
It's a solid product, being made out of only 4 pieces of aluminium. It's covered in fins to maximise its surface area, and therefore (in theory at least) dissipate the heat form the drive faster.
 
Turn the page to see the installation...
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Most Recent Comments

14-03-2008, 14:02:46

FarFarAway
Hard drives loud and hot?

Check out the Titan RTNV

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Review by Ham

14-03-2008, 14:11:47

Luigi
Wow, nice review, just had a quick skim through as its not my type of thing but you got cool running drives there. Myn used to hit 50 degrees with a 120mm fan to the side (which mostly air hits the cage) and now i have one going over them as well and its keeps them under 40...

14-03-2008, 18:10:47

Ham
Heh, cheers for getting that up kemp .

14-03-2008, 18:17:29

FarFarAway
NP's dude, good review

14-03-2008, 19:50:31

Mr. Smith
Really good review, esp. page 4!

Not worth the imo
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