Titan Fenrir Evo

  • Titan Fenrir Evo
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  • Build Quality.
  • Design.
  • Performance.


  • Single Fan Solution.
  • Price (For Some).

Expert reviews and ratings

By InsideHW on

Although its price/performance ratio made the original Titan Fenrir a very good CPU cooler, many fans of transparent side panels, enclosure neons and component modification have had negative remarks on its looks. The main issue was the colour of the...

By Pureoverclock on

The Titan Fenrir EVO continues in the HDT technology tradition, a design that we've seen to be extremely effective for cooling efficiency when used in a tower-style setup, doing a respectable job at keeping an i7 930 overclocked at 3.8GHz under...

By Real World Labs on

I can't really say that the Fenrir EVO is indeed better than its predecessors because honestly i never had the chance to test either of them. What i do know however is that it competes against dual 120mm fan CPU Coolers and that is...

By LanOC Reviews on 90

The Titan Fenrir Evo is a definite contender. It kept both overclocked CPUs nice and cool. In fact it put the Asetek LCLC that Cyber Power installed to shame. As with most tower style heatsinks, it is tall and won't fit into most cases that have a...

By TechRadar on 70

Titan's Fenrir EVO is a big tower cooler whose looks live up to the macho name (a monstrous wolf from Norse mythology). The stack of fins are anodised a snazzy matt black with a copper-coloured section, and the top sports a wolf's-head logo. The...

By Neoseeker on

The Titan Fenrir EVO offers all of the outstanding performance of its predecessor, but unfortunately, the changes made to the cooler are more of a small tweak than all out evolution. The two changes consist of a cosmetic adjustment and a new and...

By HardwareHeaven on 90

All four coolers being tested today are impressive in their own way. Titan offers a unique appearance, solid thermal performance, easy installation and the quietest operation when using the fan adapter. Cooler Master on the other hand offers an imposing...

By Bit-tech.net on

Posted on 17th May 2010 at 11:40 by Richard Swinburne with Titan will be presenting its brand new Fenrir Evo HSF at Computex in just a few weeks, but as it's an update to our favourite air cooler, we couldn't wait that long to take a look, so...

International Review By iTrends.dk on 90

Det er ikke første gang, at vi skal kigge på en køler fra Titan, men det er første gang i iTrends historie, at det sker, men det er absolut en god start med deres store sortiment indenfor køling af CPU’er. Modellen, som vi...

International Review By Gamezoom.net on 80

Eine gute Kühlleistung, ein fairer Verkaufspreis und eine solide Verarbeitung sichern dem Fenrir EVO Kühler eine Kaufempfehlung von unserer Redaktion. Ebenfalls für den Prozessorkühler sprechen: das ausgefallene Design und die recht...

International Review By PC Games Hardware on 75

Optisch auffällig präsentiert sich dieser Turmkühler, dessen dunkle Farbgebung von goldfarbenen Lüfterblättern und Kühllamellen aufgelockert wird. Nach der Xmas-Edition handelt es sich beim Evo um die zweite Neuauflage des...

International Review By unlimitpc.com on


International Review By Technic3D on 86

Es ist zunächst keine Evolution, wie uns Titan mit dem Namen „EVO“ suggerieren möchte, wenn man einen Kühler optisch aufwertet und einen andern Lüfter verpasst. Aber die kleine Frischzellenkur mit dem neuen Lüfter hat...