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Old 02-04-2011, 09:45 AM   #1
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"This time we are reviewing*the Hati CPU cooler from Titan (a.k.a. TTC-NC15TZ), which has*three 8-mm heatpipes, a tower heatsink and a 120 mm fan. Check it out! The Titan Hati*is actually a smaller ver..."

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Old 02-05-2011, 02:37 AM   #2
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I don't see how this cooler deserves a Bronze award:
- No pricing. (And limited availability.)
- Noisier than the other coolers with competing performance. (Thermaltake Jing, for example, was 6dB quieter and still got only Bronze.)

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That's why it didn't receive a silver award...
TT Jing is not a competitor for the Hati, it is better compared to the Corsair A50.
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That's why it didn't receive a silver award...
TT Jing is not a competitor for the Hati, it is better compared to the Corsair A50.
I still don't understand...
- All three are standard size tower coolers with exactly the same cooling performance.
- Jing is the quietest of the three, with a 3dB advantage. Cost $65. Got a Bronze Award.
- A50 is in the middle, noise wise, and cost only $40. Got a Silver Award.
- Hati is the noisiest, by a 5dB margin. Unknown cost and availability. Still got a Bronze Award.

IMO the Hati deserve a Bronze only if the cost is $35 or less, and it's widely available.

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Olle,
The Jing has five heatpipes, two fans and costs USD 65. It cannot be directly compared to the Hati, which has three heatpipes, one fan and (according to some emails we received after publishing the review) costs about USD 40.
We compared it to the A50, which uses similar design, same price range and same performance. The A50 got a Silver Award, and the Hati got a Bronze Award just because it is noisier.
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