Scythe is widely known in the PC enthusiast crowd for their CPU coolers, specifically their Mugen line of high-performance air coolers. Scythe is back with a brand new CPU cooler in their Mugen MAX. The Mugen MAX has been redesigned with a new heatsink that should increase performance and they have moved the CPU block to increase compatibility with memory modules. Scythe says that the Mugen MAX belongs in the “XL” CPU cooler market and with dimensions of 145 x 86 x 161 mm it is one of the larger CPU coolers we have seen this year. On top of its size the Mugen MAX features six nickel-plated copper heatpipes and Scythe’s own GlideStream 140 mm cooling fan. Can this cooler compete with some of the other larger CPU coolers that we have tested this year? Read on as we find out!
After releasing several compact mainstream models, Scythe now presents a real performance highlight. The performance increase of the Mugen MAX has been achieved by implementing a new heatsink-design and six highly efficient copper-heatpipes. Scythe has used an asymmetric layout for the hetasink, where the copper baseplate is slightly shifted.
Scythe has just unveiled their new compact top-flow lori CPU cooler. This cooler was specifically developed for Mini- and Micro-ATX systems. This is a universal cooler so it supports both AMD and Intel platforms. Scythe has also improved the push-pin mounting mechanism allowing for fast heatsink mounting on virtually every motherboard.
Overheating becomes a bothersome problem for all users but has now been taken care of by Scythe with its introduction of the Mugen 4. The Japanese based manufacturer has introduced this as the CPU cooler as the PC games hardware edition. Its ability to operate silently has been brought into the light and this Mugen 4 has been tested and optimized by professional editors.
A multifunctional fan controller was recently introduced by Scythe, the Japanese based manufacturer known for its cooling accessories and innovator of the leading cooling concepts. The device is multifunctional with its ability to be used as a clock and a track for temperature. Customers can control the fans independent of one another with this 5.25 inch bay device which can perfectly be fitted into any unoccupied space with parameters confining to 5.25 inches.
One of the most renowned Japanese cooling company has extended its variety of PC accessories by a brand new card reader called the Kama Reader USB 3.0. The all-new 5 in 1 card reader supports all types of media standards and comes with an extra ordinary fast USB 3.0 interface. The port is placed on the front panel of the card reader, therefore users are able to utilize full pace of externally connected devices such as USB sticks and hard drives.
We are sure you have hardly seen any exciting top down cooler design but Scythe’s Grand Kama Cross 2 has definitely revolutionized that. This is second personification of Grand Kama Cross series and Is based on the similar unique heat sink design. It comprises of an exclusive X structure that permits the bulk of the heat sink mass to be located in the center and the upward sloping edge which means RAM and motherboard compatibility have greatly improved.
Scythe just unveiled its marvelous new Kaze Chrono Fan controller model (KM07-BK), a fan controller planned for 5.25 inch drive bays and exemplified by a large LCD panel with a brick matrix similar to Tetris handhelds which can display temperature, fan speed of various channels, sense a stopped or a failing fan or simply work as a clock (which flashes alarms too).
Recently one of the Japanese PC cooling experts “Scythe’’ revealed a brand new high performance PC fan series known as the Grand flex. the company got on track with its 28mm-thick 120mm variants, out of which four are the fixed-speed variants that include; Grand Flex 800 RPM ( SM1225GF12SL), 1200RPM ( SM1225GF12L), 1600RPM( SM1225GF12M), and 2000 RPM(SM1225GF12H). All these four variants have the 3-pin connectors. Scythe also revealed another model called the Grand Flex PWM (SM1225GF12SH-P) which spins at a speed of 600-2500 RPM and includes the 4-pin PWM fan control.
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