Titan Fenrir HATI CPU Cooler
Cases and Cooling
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I truly hope you all had a nice St. Valentine's Day but all of you who did not have someone special to spend the day with worry not since you are not the only ones. In any case as promised today we continue our CPU Cooler review spree with one of the latest CPU Coolers to hit the market and more specifically the latest product by Titan named the HATI which is also the latest member in their award winning Fenrir family of CPU Coolers.
TITAN TECHNOLOGY LIMITED was founded in Taiwan by a group of progressive engineers. With over 20 years of experience in manufacturing high-quality cooling devices, Titan has gained worldwide reputation for its achievements and expertise in the CPU cooling field. Titan's headquarter is located in Taiwan with a branch office in Germany. The manufacturing facility in Guang Dong, China has 500 employees and is capable of producing over 2 million units on a monthly basis. Titan is one of the leading manufacturers in the CPU cooling industry, as well as providing thermal solutions with products such as VGA coolers, H.D.D. coolers, system blowers, DC fans, and heatsinks. In order to satisfy the demands in a rapidly-changing market, Titan launch new products on a bi-monthly basis. Furthermore, Titan devotes enormous amount of resources in the research and development of new innovations in the PC thermal solutions industry.
The HATI follows the traditional tower design and is one of the smallest units that have ever reached our test bench since it’s basically a cut down version of the Fenrir EVO and so its performance level is not really on par with its larger brother, although it does come quite close. The HATI also comes bundled with a KUKRI fan which as many of you know not only looks great but also has a very good airflow output although it does tend to get loud at full RPM. Titan also packed a second KUKRI fan to use in push and pull and although we rarely do such a thing, mainly because we believe that a product should be tested as is right off the box this time over you will see both single and dual fan results in our idle/load performance graphs.