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Monday, 28 January 2008 09:58

Scythe launches new Zipang cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With 140mm fan

 


Scythe has
launched a new CPU cooler which features a 140 mm fan and a new uneven parallel heatpipe construction.

The new UPHC, or uneven parallel heatpipe construction, implemented in the new Zipang cooler will be able to take advantage of heatpipe attachment for both the top and the bottom part of the heatsink fin, which should maximize the heat dissipation.

It comes with six, 6-mm heatpipes, which should provide the maximum heat transfer. The new CPU cooler from Scythe features a 140mm fan that spins at 1000RPM, producing 51.82CFM of airflow at 21dBA of noise.
The entire cooler weighs at 815g, and it is compatible with Intel's socket 478/T (LGA 775), and AMD's socket 754/939/940/AM2. The suggested retail price of this cooler is US$58.00 in the U.S. or €44.95 excl. VAT in Euroland.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 29 January 2008 04:12

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