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Scythe Announce Infinity CPU Cooler

| CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Aug 17, 2006 8:53 pm

There's a new monster on the block in the way of CPU coolers from Scythe. Today brings the launch of their Infinity CPU cooler which features an innovative fin structure called "Infinity Interleave Fin Structure" or IIFS which is designed to quickly transfer the heat from a total of 5 heatpipes, then dissipating them to the heatsink fins at an incredibly fast & efficient speed.

 

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Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces the group?s top end CPU Cooler, Infinity, to the CPU cooler market. The new features of this Infinity cooler is to have the innovative fin structure called "IIFS ? Infinity Interleave Fin Structure" to quickly transfer the heat from total 5 heatpipes, then dissipate them to the heatsink fins at incredibly fast & efficient speed! Scythe?s famous easy-to-mount VTMS clip is equipped with the cooler and also compatible to the latest AMD?S socket, AM2! Finally, this Infinity allows you to choose from 4 possible fan mounting directions!
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Model Name: Infinity CPU Cooler
Model #: SCINF-1000
Compatibility: Intel® Socket 478/T (LGA775)
AMD Socket 754/939/940/AM2
Dimension: 125 x 116 x 160mm (Overall)
120 x 120 x 25mm (Fan)
Fan Speed: 1200rpm (┬▒10%)
Fan Noise: 23.5dBA
Air Flow: 46.5CFM
Weight: 960g
MSRP: 58.00 (USD)
42.95 (EURO) excl. VAT
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