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Monday, 07 April 2008 12:17

Scythe officially launches Himuro

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Passive cooling for your HDD

 

Scythe has officially launched its new aluminum hard disk cooler branded Himuro. The hard drive is often, if not always, forgotten when it comes to cooling and some of the hard drives tend to heat up a lot.

Scythe's Himuro is designed for 5.25-inch bay mounting and it comes with a flexible mounting system, so users can decide if they want it hidden behind the front bezel or to be exposed. It is compatible with parallel or serial ATA 3.5-inch hard drives up to 10,000RPM, which means that WD's Raptor can be easily placed inside one of these. In addition to cooling, Scythe's Himuro can also help with silencing the hard drive since it comes with anti-vibration mounting system.

We wrote about it during CeBIT and it looks great. Scythe's Himuro is currently available and you can find it listed here. The price stands at €19.90.

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