Titan RTNV TTC-HD90 Hdd Cooler

Introduction

 
Introduction
 
Titan are a familiar name in the computing world. Established in 1989 they have been producing various computing products since. Most of they're products are orientated around cooling of the enthusiasts PC, including CPU heatsinks, GPU heatsinks, system blowers and Fans. However the company also produces various speaker packages and power inverters.
 
Today we will be be examining one of they're cooling products, the RTNV (standing for Reduced Temperature Noise Vibration) hard drive cooler. As its name makes clear, the RTNV is designed to reduce both the noise level and temperatures of the drive.
 
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Packaging
 
The unit arrived in a fairly hefty blister pack, meaning there's very little to report on really. Looking very much like its designed to sit on a retail shelf, It follows the usual protocol of having the product displayed prominently at the bottom of the package. With a cardboard insert in the back displaying the product name on the front and a few details about it on the back.
 
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Unfortunately the plastic package hadn't faired well in its trip too me. However the contents seemed to have survived with a minor abrasion. I'd put this down to the unit itself being quite robust, but i think it would have been nice to see a bit more protection in the packaging.
 
Package
 
As with the packaging, the package is basic. The cooler comes with only the bag of screws. Some that hold the unit together, and some to hold it into the 5.25" drive bay. The instructions are found inside the fold of the card insert.
 
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While there is no fancy extras, you really don't need any more to get this unit installed and operational.
 
On the next page we will take a look at the specifications and the product itself...
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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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