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Titan Intel Aluminium CPU Cooler for Intel S775 with 95mm Quiet Fan - DC-775L925B/R
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Titan Intel Aluminium CPU Cooler for Intel S775 with 95mm Quiet Fan

Titan DC-775L925B/R for Intel LGA 775 with 95mm fan (2200rpm)

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Manufacturer Code: DC-775L925B/R

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Product Overview
It supports for Core2 Duo up to E8600, Core2 Quad up to Q9550S, Pentium Dual Core up to E6500/E6500K, Pentium 4 up to 651, Celeron up to 365/E3300 CPUS.
• Radial aluminum fin design enhances the heat dissipating performance.
• Low noise fan design.
• Back holder design keeps the motherboard from deforming.
Technical Specification
Socket Compatibility:
  • 775
Approx Fan Speed:
2200 rpm
Fan Airflow:
40.1 CFM
Sound Level:
27 dB
Adjustable Fan Speed Controller:
Fan Dimensions:
95 x 95 x 25 mm
Heatsink Dimensions:

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24 months
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DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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