Titanium and its alloys exhibit excellent combination of physical and mechanical (high strength and toughness material) properties and have similar strength as steel but with a weight nearly half of steel, the Applications of Ti alloys to structural materials are limited to special uses so far, because they have problems of poor heat and wear resistance as well as their high manufacturing cost. In order to solve these problems and to apply Ti alloys widely to general structural materials, the powder metallurgy Technology, which enables the near-net-shape manufacturing, recently attracts great attention. In particular, the TiB dispersed Ti composites (TiB/Ti composites) manufactured. Titanium and Titanium boride composite through the different target volume percentages of TiB (20% and 40%) have been prepared in spark plasma sintering, hot iso static pressing and vacuum sintering process. He damping characteristics of the composite such as storage modulus; loss modulus tan delta determined using Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA). The results are compared for each fabrications process.