Scythe Kama Cross CPU Cooler

"Scythe the makers of high quality CPU coolers have introduced a unique new cooler: Scythe Kama Cross. "

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Scythe Kama Cross CPU Cooler

Scythes latest approach on CPU cooling adopts a rather cool looking X structure which is touted to provide cooling for both the CPU and surrounding components without compromising airflow.
 
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Being a mid-range product the Kama Cross has an aluminium base sporting a total of 6 copper heatpipes with the Scythe Kaze Jyu 100mm Fan handling the airflow. This fan can be swapped out for a 120mm fan of 25mm thickness if greater cooling is required.

Compatibility is assured as the Kama Cross can be mounted in 4 directions and will fit socket 478/754/939/940/AM2 & LGA775.

Would you consider having this cooler in your system? Discuss in the forum
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24-05-2007, 12:41:54

cuprasport
it looks sweet would like to see a few figures tho

24-05-2007, 12:55:03

Ham

it looks sweet would like to see a few figures tho



Amen.

Its a dam good looking block imo. They need too make a copper base and sorted.

24-05-2007, 13:00:21

robump
It will be interestng to see how it perfoms against an ek block when they test it.

Becuase it does look v nice.

Rob

24-05-2007, 16:18:09

cuprasport

Amen.

Its a dam good looking block imo. They need too make a copper base and sorted.



its suppose to be copper then coated so maybe a quick lap?
if there cheap enough it could be worth while

24-05-2007, 18:41:43

Rastalovich
Be nice to see some results cos it looks nice. If it were cheaper, perhaps some1 could buy it and mold-mod a pure copper one :p now that`d be impressive. Any1 with access to metalshop stuff in college/school ? lol

24-05-2007, 18:44:09

Kempez
Ham :D

24-05-2007, 19:00:15

Ham

Be nice to see some results cos it looks nice. If it were cheaper, perhaps some1 could buy it and mold-mod a pure copper one :p now that`d be impressive. Any1 with access to metalshop stuff in college/school ? lol



Urm, maybe mill here, but not mold. Ive never used the mill function on ma bigass machine personally. Could be fun, but its another thing i cant afford :(. £55 for the block then id have too get a copper slab custom cut...

Edit: Thinking about it i might give it a go atch. As long as i can muster up the funds. /starts looking for things too sell.

01-06-2007, 13:27:06

robump
It is a pretty nice block, it would look amazing.

Rob

04-06-2007, 01:52:46

serialk11r
HOLD ON A MINUTE PEOPLE. This thing is ALUMINUM and the whole damn thing is ALUMINUM and it only has anodization which Marci of thermochill said comes off very easily.

04-06-2007, 06:31:27

Kempez

HOLD ON A MINUTE PEOPLE. This thing is ALUMINUM and the whole damn thing is ALUMINUM and it only has anodization which Marci of thermochill said comes off very easily.



That's what we wee saying :rolleyes:
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