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Scythe announces Ninja 2 CPU Cooler - improved passive/active Performance!



Performance of Ninja 2 CPU Cooler has been improved by 5% in fanless operation (TDP 65W at 25°C/77F ambient temperature) and 15% in active cooling operation (TDP 130W at 25°C/77F ambient temperature). Scythe Slip Stream 120mm case fan was tuned to 1000rpm to achieve 20.50dBA yet to provide powerful cooling for today's processors.
Specifications
Model Number: SCNJ-2000

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:
116 x 116 x 152mm / 4.57 x 4.57 x 5.98in (Overall Dimension)
120 x 120 x 25mm / 4.72 x 4.72x 0.98in (Fan Dimension)
Fan Speed: 1000rpm (±10%)
Fan Noise: 20.50dBA
Air Flow: 52.90CFM
Weight: 705g (+115g Fan) / 22.75oz (+3.71oz Fan)
MSRP: 54.00 (USD) / 30.95 (EURO) excl. VAT

First Review
We start first with the completely passive comparison. To the memory: there is not one exhaust in the system. Only the non removable disk remains as last mechanically rotating hardware component and thus as volume factor. In this mode above all the cooling giants present themselves strongly: The Scythe Orochi, Thermalrights IFX-14 and Coolermasters Z600 are admit for their abilities in the passive mode. Nearly on eye level moves the Ninja team of the manufacturer Scythe, which is valid due to its well selected lamella distance as Allrounder. For the passive enterprise only conditionally suitably meanwhile the rather traditionally arranged Towerkühler shows up in styles of a Scythe Mugen, a Thermalright Ultra-120 (True Black) or Noctua NH-U12P.

More info @ Scythe's product page: http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products...r/ninja-2.html
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