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Titan Intel Copper CPU Cooler

Titan TTC-Nk34TZ/R/V2 Copper base with aluminum fins for Intel 1366 inc 92mm Low Noise fan

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Product Overview TTC-NK34TZ/R/V2 with LGA 1366 push-pin clip for Intel Core i7. Superior in its performance, NK-34 is composed of a copper base, aluminum fins, and three heatpipes which provide the fastest heat conductivity and effectively transmit heat to the fins. Then, the 9 cm noiseless fan will immediately draw the heat away from your PC. The LGA 1366 push –pin clip enables NK34 to be easily installed on your PC without moving the motherboard. It is definitely the best innovative thermal solution for users.

- A copper base with aluminum fins perfect heat conductivity and heat dissipation generated from CPU
- Easy to be installed on motherboard with push-pin clip
- Ultra silent fan design with great cooling performance
- Compatible with Intel LGA 1366 Features For Intel LGA 1366
- Core™ i7 Processorbr Extreme Edition up to ~I7-965
- Core™ i7 Processor up to I7-920 ~ I7-940

Specifications

Dimension 106 x 86.5 x 145 mm
Fan Dimension 95 x 95 x 25 mm
Rated Voltage 12V DC
Rated Speed 2400±10% RPM
Airflow 41.77 CFM
Static Pressure 0.07 InchH2O
Noise Level < 26.9 dBA
Bearing Type Z-axis Bearing
Life Time 60,000 Hours
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
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Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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