Ninja Never Die! Improved Ninja Version 2 is back in the Market!

"Scythe announces the improved version of its famous fanless Ninja CPU Cooler, Ninja 2, to the market. "

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Ninja Never Die! Improved Ninja Version 2 is back in the Market!
 
 
Scythe announces the improved version of its famous fanless Ninja CPU Cooler, “Ninja 2”, to the market. Performance improvement has accomplished for this version 2 as 5% increase in fanless operation (TDP 65W at 25°C/77F ambient temperature) and 15% increase in active cooling operation (TDP 130W at 25°C/77F ambient temperature).
 
 
Most of the features will remain the same from the former version, yet simply better performance and great value for your money. To have the best optimized cooling performance for Ninja 2 CPU Cooler, Scythe originally designed “Slip Stream” 120mm case fan was specifically tuned to spin at 1000rpm to maximize the performance and maintain the low noise level. Simply try this out to see the improvement of the performance in both fanless and active cooling mode! Ninja never die, welcome the version 2 of powerful Ninja 2 to the market! For further details, please refer to the below.
 
 

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13-07-2008, 18:00:26

Hyper
I quite like Windows Vista and think Microsoft did quite a good job in the end.

I think people were just expecting far too much.

14-07-2008, 07:20:02

Toxcity

I think people were just expecting far too much.



Or for some, expecting far too little.

14-07-2008, 07:26:02

Rastalovich

Or for some, expecting far too little.



$400 !!!

14-07-2008, 07:28:35

mrapoc
To me vista x64 is a decent OS once you have enough RAM and a decent rest of the setup. I mean it was too expensive (still is) for what is just an XP expansion pack if you like, but it looks nicer, runs smoother (for me) and driver support is a lot (i mean a lot) better than xp x64.

Im happy with it till Windows 7 comes along (which I am expecting to be better in terms of performance) and Dx11 should be pretty darn sweet

14-07-2008, 08:06:39

Rastalovich

To me vista x64 is a decent OS once you have enough RAM and a decent rest of the setup.



I wouldn`t say `decent rest of the setup`, I`d say hardware that`s known to work.

Kinda like building a hackintosh.

14-07-2008, 15:05:37

PP Mguire
No actualy i think he has it right. Its like i said, dual core, 4gig of ram, and an 8800 series GPU or higher and youve got it perfect for Vista. After getting an 8800GS i kinda proven to myself my point on Vista. Runs perfectly (most of the time) for me so i have no complaints except it needing a pretty high end system to run.

14-07-2008, 16:50:01

mrapoc
I think, if Windows 7 ditches the high end system "compliance" and adds in a few more tweaks such as less succeptible to viruses, file transfer speeds etc.

It will be a winner

14-07-2008, 19:57:24

PP Mguire
I could care less about virus crap but i agree with high end compliance. I say they need to quit trying to make things so user friendly and start going back to days of old (DOS) where performance is where it counted.

15-07-2008, 05:41:55

Rastalovich

No actualy i think he has it right. Its like i said, dual core, 4gig of ram, and an 8800 series GPU or higher and youve got it perfect for Vista. After getting an 8800GS i kinda proven to myself my point on Vista. Runs perfectly (most of the time) for me so i have no complaints except it needing a pretty high end system to run.



U tried installing new soundcards, or even new mobo-onboard sound in Vista 64bit ?

It`ll work with standard connections, preferably stereo or standard surround, but don`t try and do anything like have inputs going on or upscaling. I figured spdif in/out was there so u should be able to use it without crack, metalic, crash sounds.

Mix to the hdmi works, until u use mediaplayer for music or something, then ur out. And no downloading files or copying over a network at the same time.

15-07-2008, 14:27:24

PP Mguire
I dont use x64 so i wouldnt know. And if you see my X-Fi thread i decided against getting one because of Vista drivers are horrible from Creative. I have no problems with my onboard sound and SPDIF though. And my onboard had no problems installing the last time i used x64 Vista Ultimate.
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