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    Default Titan Dragonfly 4 CPU Cooler Review

    Introduction When it comes to processor cooling we have see many designs and platforms that are available at most finger tips. With the vast number of options available in the market, sometimes choosing the right one can be a task, though most of you will probably jump on the net and start doing a quick search on performance and aesthetics. We have seen many CPU coolers in recent years starting to get larger and larger to accommodate those who are looking for the ultimate in cooling. Especially for those who are going to be overclocking, most seem to think bigger is better. Then their are those who are looking for coolers that are smaller in size so they can squeeze it into a small form factor. Well today we are going to be looking at a cooler that has outstanding cooling in mind, packed into a slim profile. How well will this perform? Well… we are going to find out exactly that with the Titan Dragonfly 4 CPU Cooler. So without going into too much detail here let’s jump forward and take a closer look at what the Titan Dragonfly 4 CPU Cooler has to offer. Before we do that, let’s take a glimpse at who Titan is: 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 460 employees and is capable of producing over 1.2 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. Titan believes that the customer is our most valuable asset. Your feedback and suggestions are always treated with high regard and is highly beneficial toward our improvement. If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us at your convenience. Our service team will provide you with a satisfactory response in a timely manner. Titan will continue to provide our customers with the best possible thermal solutions. We sincerely invite you to come and share our experiences!  

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    Nice job Kenny.Nice littlr cooler.

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    Great review Kenny thanks for posting

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    Nice review Kenny. I was frankly shocked at how well it performed, especially for it's price.

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    Great review. Very well performer considering slim size and low price of it.

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    thanks for the review

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