NVIDIA today introduced the new GeForce GTX TITAN, powered by the fastest GPU on the planet and designed to unleash the world’s fastest gaming PCs including personal gaming supercomputers and svelte, quiet, small form-factor PCs. GTX TITAN is built with the same NVIDIA Kepler architecture that powers Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s newly launched Titan supercomputer, which is number 1 in the list of the Top500 supercomputers in the world.
Many people are unsure of when the GeForce GTX Titan will be officially released. Most people said today, but then there would be a ton of reviews out right? It looks like it we will see an official release tomorrow. In the meantime a few sites have leaked photos of the card. The GeForce GTX Titan features a magnesium alloy cooler shroud, a clear acrylic window giving you a look at the aluminum fin stack, a large illuminated GeForce GTX logo on the side, and a large lateral blower fan. Power to the card comes in the form of 8pin and 6pin PCI-e connectors. There are dual SLI connectors as well.
Today, I will be looking at a cooler from a company I previously haven’t experienced, the Titan Skalli. Titan Technology Ltd. has been around for over 20 years, founded in Taiwan in 1989 under the name “Sogic Computer Co”, but only recently have they entered the serious enthusiast market. The Skalli is a small-footprint dual heatpipe cooler with a non-standard 100mm fan. Will the Skalli keep my i7 870 nice and cool? Read on to see!
With the recent release of the i7 processors we’re starting to see a lot of CPU Coolers to back up their stunning performance. We have a chance to look at the Titan Fenrir TTC-NK85TZ CPU Cooler which supports the i7 in addition to almost any other socket you can think of. It provides a secure installation and very low cooling temperatures. With features like a PWM fan, Heat Pipe Direct Touch, and a unique fin design will it really hold up to our testing? Read on to find out.