Thermal Transtech International Corporation (TTIC) was founded in 1998. The company is specialized in Aluminum and Copper heat sink products manufacturing & design, especially in heat sinks, heat pipes（column） heat sink cooling solution,. Over 6 years of experience, TTIC is now the famous in heat sink manufacturing & design in the world. The company has an excellent reputation in quality control and production capacity. This reputation is achieved by combining a strong R&D team, the total quality control concept, and an integrated operation procedure.
In 2002, TTIC teams set up heat column research. In order to enhance the heat column technology and solve the thermal dissipate problem, TTIC teams develop the heat column cooler, Expected to bring out to the production in early 2004. TTIC will scale new heights in the thermal technology with the success of this project. Recently, TTIC goes into the desktop thermal industry aggressively, combined the heat column and stacked fin heat sink to apply to desktop CPU cooler.
Now, TTIC is on the way to achieve the goal "being a player in the international market of heat transfer devices" We believe that with our endless effort, the goal will become reality.
The Micro Flow series is TTIC's second product for the water-cooling market. Their first was a combined heat pipe/water block which we reviewed here
. This time around we’re surprised to see them come up with such a small block, it's less then 5mm thick! The block itself is attached to the mounting kit which adds more production flexibility, though the retail users will end up with only one of the two mounting kits displayed above, just like we did. At the moment Intel is in lead when it comes down to having the fastest desktop solution and so we're going to test this block on our Core 2 setup, but before we led the water flow, let us have a look at what this block is made of ->