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2 new coolers

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by ennogs, 4 Mar 2010.

  1. ennogs

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  2. chipps101

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    :eek: omg that scythe is huge :eek:

    and i notice they don't show you any temps with the thermaltake one lol :D
     
  3. twist3d0n3

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    seconded

    that is too big
     
  4. BIGBC

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    That Scythe is quite silly.
     
  5. LeJosh

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    I want it. :(
     
  6. mjones1

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    I bet the scythe would pretty nice passively.
     
  7. PermaBanned

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    Yeah, i want it. But imagine the trouble you'd have mounting it. Maybe placing the cooler down and putting the motherboard on top, but then you'd have to get it in the case... hmm.
     
  8. demonfatality

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    ive an antec 1200 and i wouldn't even attempt to put that in......
     
  9. SupermotoMX

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    +1 that scyth looks nice :M

    + 4 38mm Deltas = 4.8ghz overclock anyone? :)
     
  10. miniyazz

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    It looks far too thin for high-pressure fans to have a significant impact. Double or triple the thickness, and deltas (or preferably higher-pressure fans) would be worthwhile.
     
  11. JonJ678

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    High fin density though. I like the scythe, it takes care of cooling the ram, mosfets, chipset. Going to be tricky keeping it atx complient, but definitely like the idea.

    Confident that the thermaltake will be rubbish. I base this almost entirely on their reputation.
     
  12. sorn21

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    Not interested in any of these.

    Scythe is stupidly unusable.
    Thermaltake doesn't have any sound stats, and looks less effective than other coolers.
     
  13. miniyazz

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    Scythe is complex. I reserve judgement on whether it's usable or not for when they've actually released it, if it gets released.