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Scythe Ninja 4 SCNH-4000 Heatsink Review

Scythe Ninja 4 SCNH-4000 Heatsink Review While Scythe doesn’t overtly market its heatsinks as “silent”, the company has typically produced CPU coolers which do meet the quiet esthetic. In this review Frostytech will be testing out the new Scythe Ninja 4 heatsink – a 156mm tall boxy looking thermal solution which is designed for lower …

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Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Review Scythe has really made a name for themselves in the DIY PC cooling market since being founded back in 2002. Over the years they have had some really great CPU coolers, many which we have reviewed. The Ninja series has primarily been reserved for the top of the line …

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Scythe Fuma CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Fuma CPU Cooler Review There is another CPU cooler review on our agenda. Today’s candidate is the Scythe Fuma. At review date the double tower cooler has not been officially released, but we have already received one for testing. The Scythe Fuma will be released very soon in Europe… at OCInside Related Items: Scythe …

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Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Review If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again. Nobody gets things right the first time and even if done well, needs change over time so a revision is almost always guaranteed to happen. It is not about striving for perfection because what that is cannot be a …

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Scythe Fuma Twin-Tower CPU Cooler Released

Scythe Fuma Twin-Tower CPU Cooler Released

Scythe Fuma Twin-Tower CPU Cooler Released Japanese cooling expert Scythe announces the availability of it’s new Fuma Twin-Tower CPU-Cooler. The new model combines a compact Twin-Tower design with total height of mere 149 millimeters and impressive cooling performance. The compact tower-design allows the Scythe Fuma to easily fit into most on-market PC chassis, making it …

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Scythe Iori CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Iori CPU Cooler Review Today we are testing the Scythe Iori CPU cooler with top-blow design on OCinside.de. Because of their flat design, top-blow coolers are suitable for small environments such as a HTPC. Iori is the Japanese word for a small mountain hut as place of refuge. We will find out, if a …

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Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Review Scythe is looking for a stealth kill on the competition with their new Ninja 4 CPU cooler. Featuring a massive Tower, it can run semi-passive or with dual fans. Versatile and deadly, it looks to beat the heat and the competition… at techPowerUp! Related Items: Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler …

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Scythe Grand Kama Cross Version 3 CPU Cooler Released

Scythe Grand Kama Cross Version 3 CPU Cooler Released

Scythe Grand Kama Cross Version 3 CPU Cooler Released Japanese cooling expert Scythe announcing the third version of it’s “Grand Kama Cross” Top-Flow CPU cooler. New Scythe Grand Kama Cross 3 is based on the same extraordinary X-Structure concept as the predecessor, allowing especially efficient cooling of both the CPU and the surrounding components such as VGA …

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Scythe Ashura CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Ashura CPU Cooler Review The Ashura is aesthetically pleasing and Scythe gives you a two-year warranty, great performance, and great build quality. The Ashura comes with a single GlideStream 140mm PWM fan that can handle the heat of normal use and overclocking. The offset of the fin stack makes getting to your RAM a …

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Scythe Mugen Max CPU Cooler Review

The Scythe Mugen Max is compatible with most modern desktop motherboards coming from both AMD and Intel with the exception of the AM1 platform, which you will most likely not need this cooler for. Included with the Mugen Max is a 140 mm Scythe GlideStream fan that has been adapted to have 120 mm hole spacing. Unfortunately it only comes with one and a second one of that same model can not be easily purchased inside the US, but we have managed to get one for our noise tests.

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Scythe Slip Stream 120 DB Fans Released

Scythe Slip Stream 120 DB Fans Released

Scythe Slip Stream 120 DB Fans Released With Dual Ball Bearing and Long Life Span Japanese cooling expert Scythe expands the 120 mm case fan portfolio with the announcement of the new Slip Stream 120 DB axial-fans. The new line up includes five regular models with fixed fan speed as well as one PWM-enabled model. …

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Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Announced

Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Announced

Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Announced Japanese cooling expert Scythe announces the official successor of Ninja 3 Rev. B CPU Cooler. Ninja 4 comes with some major technical innovations, including the increased performance and reduction of overall weight by 180 grams. Wide range compatibility to the common sockets from AMD™ and Intel™ is assured, which …

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Scythe Mugen Max SCMGD-1000 Heatsink Review

Scythe Mugen Max SCMGD-1000 Heatsink Review Scythe’s Mugen Max heatsink weighs 870grams and stands 166mm tall. The heatsink is constructed around six 6mm diameter copper heatpipes which are soldered to a 2mm thick nickel plated copper base plate. The heatpipes are swaged into a 113x145x84mm aluminum fin stack which is roughly broken up into four …

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Scythe Kodati Rev. B CPU Cooler Introduced

Scythe Kodati Rev. B CPU Cooler Introduced

Scythe Kodati Rev. B CPU Cooler Introduced With Socket AM1 Support Japanese cooling expert Scythe announces a new revision of its Kodati CPU Cooler. Scythe is one of the first manufacturers to announce a special solution to the market for the socket AM1 (FS1b). Users have finally the chance to exchange the stock AM1 CPU …

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Scythe Ashura Shadow CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Ashura Shadow CPU Cooler Review When searching for quality coolers or fan controllers one is often finding products from the company Scythe. One more reason to test a performance Scythe CPU cooler after the recent test of the Scythe Kaze Master II fan controller. Today, we take a look at the Limited Edition of Ashura …

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Scythe Kaze Master II Fan Controller Review

Scythe Kaze Master II Fan Controller Review There is a wide variety of fan controllers. The more important is to find the optimal control for noisy fans, which is not only functional but also visually appealing. Many controllers start with the voltage at 7 volts or look as if they had been removed from a 1990s PC …

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Scythe Mugen Max Cooler Review

Scythe Mugen Max Cooler Review Scythe introduced the first Mugen CPU cooler in 2006 and has been improving the series ever since. Designed for the enthusiast needing a little more cooling potential in a light-weight package capable of fitting into most computer cases without interfering with standard memory modules, the Mugen Max is easily a …

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Scythe Mugen Max CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Mugen Max CPU Cooler Review If we look at stock performance for daily use, then the Mugen Max keeps the temps well under control. In fact, it outperformed many larger, more expensive coolers. It ran even with the Noctua D15 with two fans! So for your daily driver, the Mugen Max would be just …

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Scythe Mugen Max CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Mugen Max CPU Cooler Review The Scythe Mugen Max CPU Cooler is definitely impressive in its size, just the heat sink, not including the 140mm GlideStream PWM fan, which can move up to 97CFM, stands 161mm tall, 145mm wide, and 86mm thick. It includes the Hyper Precision Mounting System and is compatible with both …

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Scythe Tatsumi CPU Cooler Released

Scythe Tatsumi CPU Cooler Released

Scythe Tatsumi CPU Cooler Released Japanese cooling expert Scythe presents a new cooling solution for users seeking a low cost entry-level CPU cooler with great performance. Scythe has used the latest technologies such as the M.A.P.S fin structure and H.P.M.S. mounting system for the new Tatsumi to raise the entry-level bar higher once again. Tatsumi …

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Scythe Mugen MAX CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Mugen MAX CPU Cooler Review There are probably few PC components manufacturers, who follows the naming as constant as Scythe. Der Mugen, ein altbekanntes Modell, hat eine Überarbeitung erfahren, die umfassender kaum sein könnte. The Mugen, a well-known model, has undergone an overhaul that could hardly be more comprehensive. In den Kühler sind Erkenntnisse …

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Scythe Kaze Master Flat II Fan-Controller Introduced

Scythe Kaze Master Flat II Fan-Controller Introduced

Scythe Kaze Master Flat II Fan-Controller Introduced Japanese cooling-expert Scythe is hereby announcing the successor of the Kaze Master Flat. The new version is using the classic design of the predecessor but omits the Protective Display Cover and replaces it with a solid front-panel with decently implemented buttons, offering users a clean appearance and fast …

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Scythe Ashura Shadow CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Ashura Shadow CPU Cooler Review Scythe makes his return to the farm to our delight, we must admit. The brand has sent us the cooler Ashura, in its version of Shadow. A simple model around 140mm eccentric base that offers many advantages over paper, but once installed… at Cowcotland Related Items: Scythe Ashura Shadow …

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Scythe Ashura Shadow Heatsink Review

Scythe Ashura Shadow Heatsink Review The Scythe Ashura Shadow is a dark nickel plated version of the vanilla Ashura heatsink Scythe also has on the market. Structurally, there’s no difference between the two coolers, aside from the cosmetic metal coating. The Ashura Shadow heatsink stands 162mm tall and has a footprint of 145x89mm so it …

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Scythe Katana 4 CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Katana 4 CPU Cooler Review I will review Scythe’s Katana 4 CPU cooler today. An updated version of an already successful cooler, it takes key features of all previous versions and combines them in a newer design with general efficiency improvements. These changes result in a cooler that, while similar in size to its …

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