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Thursday, 06 March 2008 18:41

Scythe has a new HDD cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cebit 08: Himuro cools down WD´s Raptor

 

Along with the new VGA coolers, Scythe has introduced a new HDD cooler called HIMURO.

We were actually able to see it in action, since it was used to cool down Western Digital's Raptor, and it was doing a great job. Since the new cooler uses passive design to cool down the HDD, Scythe suggests it to be placed behind a fan for maximum effect, so that aluminum case can dissipate heat much faster.

We were impressed by its simple yet effective design, and it shouldn't cost much, thanks to that same simple design.

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