Titan System coolers TTC-SC04 and TTC-005

Cooling/VGA & Other Cooling by jmke @ 2004-04-25

Two plug and play system blowers from Titan aimed at removing hot air out of your case, do they work? Find out in this review.

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TTC-SC04 - 5.25 Bay Blower


Tested by Piotke

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External appearance:
  • Length : 149.5mm
  • Width : 42.7mm
  • Height : 85.50mm

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    Fan detail:
  • Dimensions : 145.5 x 42.7 x 85.5 mm
  • Rated Voltage : 12 V DC
  • Rated Current : 0.07~0.13 A
  • Power Consumption : 0.84~1.56 W
  • Rated Speed : 1100~3000 RPM
  • Max Air Flow : 53.2~100 CFM
  • Max Static Pressure : 0 mm-H2O
  • Noise Level : < 28 dBA
  • Tolerance : ±10%
  • Bearing Type : Sleeve / One Ball / Z-AXIS /Two Ball
  • Life Time : 25,000 /35,000 / 40,000 / 50,000 Hours


    Find a free 5.25” bay, connect one end of the included 3-pin cable to the unit

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    Remove the protective cover from the front to make it all shiny

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    Slide it inside and connect the other end of the 3-pin cable to your motherboard

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    If your case has a front door you might want to take caution as the unit sticks out quite a bit.

    Test setup and results

    The test system configuration:
  • Coolermaster centurion case
  • AMD A64 3000+@2.4Ghz using 1.55v vcore
  • ThermalRight SLK948U + CM 80mm running at 7v
  • 512Mb DDRAM
  • Shuttle AN50R
  • ATI Radeon 9700 Pro + VGA Silencer @ Low
  • Seagate Cuda 7200.7 120GB HD
  • BenQ DVDRW

    The case temperature is monitored with the onboard sensor which is about 3cm from the chipset’s heatsink on the AN50R. The CPU temp is obtained straight from the A64 onboard temp sensor.

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    Only when running the unit at its maximum do you notice a difference in temperature, at this setting we have the fan spinning quite fast and producing a lot of noise.

    We would like to thank Ute from Titan for giving us the opportunity to test out these 2 system coolers.

    If you have any questions or comments please feel free to visit our forums (no reg. required)

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