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Scythe Rasetsu (SCRT-1000) CPU Cooler - Packaging

Scythe takes the Yasya and re-engineers it to bring us the Rasetsu SCRT-1000 CPU cooler. If you're looking for respectable cooling with space constraints in mind, this could be your ticket.

| CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Oct 5, 2010 10:59 am
TweakTown Rating: 88%      Manufacturer: Scythe

Packaging

 

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There is a lot of information that pops off the front panel of purple, silver and black coloured packaging. A good image of the Rasetsu sits in the middle surrounded by information on the fan, compatibility, and the five features on the right.

 

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Things like the Trident Multi Layer Fin Structure, the twisted heatpipes, the fan and V.T.M.S. are all explained on this side. At the bottom right they end with a bit of marketing to assure you if you want low noise, or overclock ability, either way, this is the CPU cooler for you.

 

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Scythe's website and support e-mail addresses star off the back panel. Warranty information, warnings and general information cover the rest of the information found on this panel.

 

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The last remaining panel covers things such as an included parts list, and a really good look at the base of the Rasetsu and the V.T.M.S. mounting pieces. Under this you can find a specifications chart for both the Rasetsu and the accompanying 120mm fan.

 

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