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Scythe Intro Ninja PLUS Rev.B CPU Cooler

| CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Sep 28, 2006 11:21 pm

Scythe are keeping owners of AMD AM2 based systems happy with a modifed version of their Ninja PLUS CPU Cooler to suit the AM2 socket design properly.

 

For full details, have a read of the comments below and also check out the product page on Scythe's website.

 


Due to the new socket addition from AMD, "Socket AM2", we have adjusted the current Ninja PLUS CPU Cooler to be compatible to AM2 socket. Because of the complicated construction of the Ninja heatsink, we were unable to come up with the "replacement" clips, instead, we had to modify the heatsink base & create the new mounting clips for AM2 as well as other sockets. The changes to the product are:
- AM2 socket Compatibility (Addition)
- Lower Fan Noise Level (23.5dBA -> 20.94dBA!!)
- More Airflow (46.5CFM -> 49.58CFM!!)
- Easier Installation (Semi-VTMS Clips -> Easier to mount than former models!!)

 

For further information regarding this "Revision B" version, please refer to the following:
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Model Name: Ninja PLUS CPU Cooler Revision. B
Model #: SCNJ-1100P
Compatibility: IntelĀ® Socket 478/T (LGA775)
AMD Socket 754/939/940/AM2
Dimension: 110x110x150mm (Overall)
120x120x25mm (Fan)
Fan Speed: 1200rpm
Fan Noise: 20.94dBA
Air Flow: 49.58CFM
Weight: 640g (excl. fan weight)
MSRP: 39.95 (EURO) excl. VAT

 

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