Scythe Launch Official User Forum

"Scythe announces the official launch of user forum for better communication among users as well as staff at Scythe Company."

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Scythe announces the official launch of user forum for better communication among users as well as staff at Scythe Company.

By launching this forum, we aim to hear more direct feedbacks from users to reflect the feedbacks to our current or future product development. Furthermore, by sharing  the information of the items as well as the related products, user can expect the quicker response and wider information regarding the motherboard compatibility (for CPU coolers). We also plan to arrange some special occasions and events for members of the forum as our appreciation for the registration.  We would like to welcome everyone to register to this forum, and open a thread to convey the messages! 

It is always refreshing to see a company wanting feedback from it's consumers to improve its products.

Scythe Forum can be found here if you wish to register.

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17-07-2007, 08:22:45

prosser13
Ok, the USB charging port is alright, but whats the point for the rest?!

17-07-2007, 08:31:27

ionicle
i thought all 5 were for charging? :S

17-07-2007, 08:49:47

prosser13
"total of 4 integrated USB 2.0 ports, plus one convenient USB-style port for charging most mobile devices even when the computer is powered off. "

17-07-2007, 09:01:33

Rastalovich
Seems a strange design. I`d`ve looked to perhaps have an internally facing part to it to keep as many cables inside as possible.

Most mobos seem to have masses of USB on the rear and 2 or 3 internally.

I`m not quite figuring 4 for the psu. I`m perhaps thinking of the psu possibly acting as a hub ?

Who needs more than 8/9 powered usb ports ?

17-07-2007, 09:05:18

prosser13
And why on the back? :s

17-07-2007, 09:15:41

Jim
Seems pointless to me. My PC can charge my phone while off. All I needed to do was flip a jumper on the mobo to send power to the USB ports while off.

As for the other ports....why? Its a PSU..keep it that way.

17-07-2007, 09:19:11

Mr. Smith
Weird. I was reading about these a few weeks ago as I like my hiper... I googled for them but found nothing lol.

Anyways, I only have 4 usb's on my mobo and need more! But prob not on the psu, more to go wrong.

Bit off topic, I can get one of these for seriously cheap. Worth doing? Think it will be about £40

17-07-2007, 09:22:32

Jim


Bit off topic, I can get one of these for seriously cheap. Worth doing? Think it will be about £40



If you've got one of those up-side-down BTX style cases then yea maybe. Otherwise your PSU cage is just gonna get in the way.

17-07-2007, 11:25:58

Rastalovich
Just installed a bluetooth dongle (USB) for a guy who heads one of the media departments here - he could use this.

Got about 6 usb devices plugged in the back AND a usb hub on the desk, with 2 ports left on it.

Have to be fair tho, this is an exception to the rule. And in such cases, u wouldn`t buy a psu just for this guy as there are alternatives.

18-07-2007, 12:55:45

FleX.overclock3d
really liking this power supply myself
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