Scythe is a relatively new company having been created in November 2002. While they don't have a lot of products just yet, this will likely change in the near future. But what they do offer shows some promise.
Today's contestant will consist of their Kamakaze HSF rig. With an interesting design and the promise of making the system a little quieter, it has some lofty goals of being able to provide adequate cooling with fewer decibels. Since it is still an air-based cooling solution, we'll have to see if they can pull this feat off.
So sit back and relax as we take a look at the Kamakaze HSF from Scythe and find out first hand if they can attain such a goal as quiet and effective air cooling.
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- Kamakaze - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Kamakaze - Page 2 [The Cooler]
- Kamakaze - Page 3 [The Cooler - Part 2]
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