TTIC/Thermal Transtech NPH-775-1
Supplied by: TTIC
The Thermal Transtech/TTIC NPH-775-1
cooler supplied was quite a beast I must say. A very stout unit, I was expecting great cooling out of this unit, despite my skepticism of "tower" coolers. Using an all Copper construction combined with a 92mm high output fan, I was impressed with the construction and design of this unit. The base had a nice smooth machined finish, and this unit also employed a retention bracket for screw in security. Installation was very straightforward and no mishaps occurred, however the fan did need to be placed on the top as interference with the Northbridge heatsink occurred otherwise. One concern I did have was the 92mm fan was somewhat oversized in comparison to the cutout of the fan bracket. Undeterred, I began testing, but later revisited this issue which I will describe later.CoolJag JAF8025H1 & JAF8025H2
Supplied by: CoolJag
CoolJag I must admit was a company I hadn't heard a lot about prior to joining the Madshrimps crew. Upon reading a few reviews, I was impressed by the quality of construction and relative low noise of their units. The two units that arrived for Socket 775 Testing were very impressive on first inspection. Basically, both units appeared identical save for the fans applied to them. I apologize, but I am unable to provide product links as these are intended to be new launch products. Model: JAF8025H1
The heatsink itself is basically an all copper orb type design with an 80mm fan applied on top. Rated at 3750 RPM, I have no other information on this fan such as CFM or db ratings. The unit appears very well constructed and the base has a nice machined finish. Installation uses a retention bracket that has been a standard among most of the heatsinks used in this article.
This heatsink is basically a mirror of it's brother above save for a clear fan with blue LED's. Performance should be similar with the added panache of the cool colored LED fan.
So now let's move onto the data ->