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Sunday, 03 February 2008 10:27

Scythe Andy vs Scythe Zipang

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review: old vs. new



After using Scythe reference cooler for months, we decided to do a proper test and to compare it to the new cooler from the same company. Now we have the opportunity to compare the "old man" with Scythe's latest offer called "Zipang." The Scythe Andy Samurai is designed to please the overclocker crowd, while on the other hand Zipang should offer the most silent air cooling solution possible.

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