CeBIT 2009:a trio of original processor cooler Scythe
March 6, 2009, 12:09 pm
At the international exhibition CeBIT 2009 in Hanover at the demo stand Scythe were shown three new and very interesting for the design of an active air cooling for the CPU. We begin, perhaps, from the very impressive in size cooler Scythe GODHAND, which after installation on the motherboard covers almost half of its space. Notably, this monster has just ten thick copper heat pipes and is equipped with 250-mm fan, embodied in the massive aluminum radiator. It was expected that this product will be released a limited edition and will go on sale in a couple of months. In turn, new Scythe KAMA GRANDCROSS has presented only a prototype and is the successor model Scythe KAMA CROSS. The product also has the X-shaped arrangement of four copper heat pipes and two sections of aluminum plates, which in this case, the two arrays are used plates of three different sizes and shapes. Here is a Scythe KABUTO are six curved heat pipes made of copper that cut across three separate pairs of aluminum radiator. Above the design covers the 120-mm fan with a maximum speed of rotation of 1300 revolutions per minute, while above ground is a small additional aluminum radiator. As for the dimensions product, they account for 123 x 133 x 132 mm with the weight of 730 g. It is noteworthy, and the fact that the solution is designed for effective application to chipam as from AMD, and from Intel (including members of the family of Core i7) .