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Wednesday, 23 May 2007 16:20

Scythe has X wing cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Interesting shape


Scythe has announced a new Kama Cross CPU Cooler with its new and unique X shaped heatsink.

As Scythe states, the new X shape should efficiently optimize the airflow for both CPU cooling as well as the components on your motherboard around it. It is compatible with all current popular CPU sockets (socket 478/754/939/940/AM2 & LGA775). It uses a 100x100x25mm – Scythe Kaze Jyu fan that is rated at 1,500rpm and produces 22dBA of noise. A good thing is that it can easily be changed to any 120mm fan that is no thicker than 25mm.

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It uses six copper heat pipes which are connected to two heat sink blocks. The Kama Cross cooler weights 530g, so be careful when you carry that case around.

You can check out more info and pictures on Scythe's web site.
Last modified on Thursday, 24 May 2007 07:58

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