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|25th July 2005, 20:45||#1|
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Scythe launches Katana CPU Cooler
Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces its latest innovative heatpipe CPU Cooler,
Katana. Katana means the Japanese Swords, which is a perfect naming for CPU Cooler to cool
the latest hot processors. This cooler has the great balance to be the ideal CPU cooler in the market!
Light-Weight, High-Performance, Universal Socket Compatibility, Low-Noise, 4-way Mounting
Mechanism, and Low Price!
Specifications for Katana CPU Cooler
Model Name: Katana CPU Cooler
Manufacturer: Scythe Co., Ltd. Japan
Celeron (socket 370) all speeds
Celeron (socket 478) all speeds
Pentium III (socket 370) all speeds
Pentium 4 (Sockel 478) alle Taktraten
LGA775 (Sockel 775) alle Taktraten
Duron (socket 462) all speeds
Sempron (socket 462) all speeds
Athlon (socket 462) all speeds
Sempron (socket 754) all speeds
Athlon 64 (socket 754) all speeds
Athlon 64FX (socket 754) all speeds
Opteron (socket 939) all speeds
Opteron (socket 940) all speeds
Fan Dimensions: 92 x 92 x 25mm
Combined Dimensions: 98 x 96 x 130mm
Fan Speed: 2000rpm (±10%)
Fan Noise Level: 25.0dBA
Air flow: 35.12CFM
|26th July 2005, 22:14||#3|
It looks a lot like the new coolers from asetek.
Once a commercial idea is refined, the technology developed and the final products available to the market - most innovations seem simple.
In this respect the technical profile of the patented VapoChill Micro CPU cooler series is indeed simple.
Nevertheless, the vapor chamber technology of the VapoChill - utilizing an evaporation process directly on the CPU - is in all its simplicity the most cost/effective and most efficient CPU cooling solution on the market.
Two aspects of the VapoChill Micro puts it ahead of traditional heat pipe coolers:
1. Dramatically increased evaporation and condensation surface area.
2. Direct mounting of the evaporator on the CPU.
These two features, however simple they may appear, is why the VapoChill Micro is the superior solution on the market.
Its not a question of opinion, it is a question of physics. No more no less.
|26th July 2005, 22:37||#4|
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