Titan Eagle Universal VGA Cooler @ ThinkComputers.org

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    Quote: “Titan is a relative newcomer to the cooling business, but from what I have seen they are a rising star. They produce quality products that not only look good but perform good as well. It seems everyone is coming up with aftermarket cooling solutions for today’s high end video cards, and everyone is trying to lure customers with some sort of attractive packaging. Recently I reviewed the Evercool Nighthawk VGA cooler, its cover was in the shape of a Stealth Airplane. Today for review I have the Titan Eagle Universal VGA cooler, as the name suggests it has an eagle theme to it. It might look good but does it perform? Let's find out…”

    Review URL: http://www.thinkcomputers.org/v2/index.php?x=reviews&id=318
     
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