Ultimate Fanless CPU Cooler Landed

"Scythe releases the massive Orochi heatsink"

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Ultimate Fanless CPU Cooler Landed
 
Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces the group’s top fanless ultimate CPU Cooler, “Orochi”. The product name comes from the old time Japanese snake monster with 8 heads. Tuned to maximize the performance at the fanless or super low fan speed operation to make your system as silent as possible. Total 10 heatpipes and large heatsink surface enables this CPU cooler to enable the ultimate fanless operation for today’s PC system. Thanks for the large cooling fin surface which makes both top-flow or side-flow cooling to be possible. Scythe original designed 140mm fan / 25mm thickness round-shaped fan is equipped for this CPU cooler as the most optimized cooling solution. For further details and specifications of this item, please refer to the below.

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Model Name:
Orochi CPU Cooler

Model Number:
SCORC-1000

Compatibility:
Intel:
Socket 478 All Speeds
Socket T/(LGA)775 All Speeds

AMD:
Socket 754 All Speeds
Socket 939 All Speeds
Socket AM2 All Speeds
Socket 940 All Speeds

Dimension:
120 x 194 x 155ï½Âm / 47.24 x 76.38 x 61.02inch (Overall
Dimension)
140 x 140 x 25mm / 55.12 x 55.12 x 9.84inch (Fan Dimension)

Fan Speed:
500rpm (±10%)

Fan Noise:
10.8dBA

Air Flow:
29.39CFM

Weight:
1155g (Unit) + 130g (Fan)
2.55lb (Unit) + 0.29lb (Fan)

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For further information & images regarding this product, please visit our website at:

Orochi CPU Cooler Product Page (English)

Orochi CPU Cooler Product Page (German)

Orochi CPU Cooler High Resolution Images (FTP)
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18-03-2008, 22:42:08

PCFlip
oh I wish how I could go to that, hey can you guys film it all and maybe put it up on like youtube for those who couldnt go to it to enjoy :D

19-03-2008, 04:27:39

Aqua-Pc's
well do plan to film the event :)

19-03-2008, 09:01:31

Raging
can you just turn up without having tickets etc and just have a look around and stuff?,any fee/s to pay on the door maybe?

i plan on going to i34 and would like to see what its like(sort of a taster:p)
so if i can drop down i will and i will come and check out the show:)

19-03-2008, 09:10:30

llwyd

can you just turn up without having tickets etc and just have a look around and stuff?,any fee/s to pay on the door maybe?

i plan on going to i34 and would like to see what its like(sort of a taster:p)
so if i can drop down i will and i will come and check out the show:)



Yea there are 1 day spectator passes available usually. Have to pay full for a ticket to compete obviously

19-03-2008, 09:14:10

Aqua-Pc's
think its a tenner a day but woul dbe worth it :D

19-03-2008, 13:34:50

PCFlip

well do plan to film the event :)



Oh SWEET cant wait to watch that action.

23-03-2008, 10:00:04

Aqua-Pc's

23-03-2008, 13:31:28

PCFlip
ah sweet cant wait to see some vid action. ^_^

24-03-2008, 19:04:23

Aqua-Pc's
Vid link in the other thread :)

24-03-2008, 19:11:56

PCFlip
ya I saw that link once I was in the other thread lol but thanks. :D
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