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Old 10th November 2006, 15:32   #1
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Scythe Infinity CPU Cooler Review

Scythe has been at the top of their game the last several years, releasing excellent high end CPU heatsink which offer amazing performance/noise ratios. Today we test their latest product which is set to overshadow all their previous offerings, 5 heat pipes and 120mm fan support make can make this Tower designed HSF the next best thing. Letīs see if that is true...

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that was my final HSF review on the Athlon 64 test setup; I did the testing of this a few weeks ago, but took me more time to get it all written down due to some personal stuff (read: moving to new home).

I'm working now on getting a nice chart set up with all the heatsinks tested on the A64 setup since last year. Then I'm moving to S775 to continue the party!
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the king is dead, LONG LIVE THE KING


Can it beat the tuniq tower tough?
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the Tuniq drops temps ~5°C with same fan at OC'd settings

57°C vs 62°C
http://www.madshrimps.be/articles/CP...jmke-11968.png

but the Tuniq's weakness is not performance, but availability. If you can't buy the HSF, it's hard to recommend it? unless it has shown up in shops (again) now?
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but the Tuniq's weakness is not performance, but availability. If you can't buy the HSF, it's hard to recommend it? unless it has shown up in shops (again) now? [/b]
It's supposed to re-show now Availability is increasing according to several shops.

By the way : great work on the review jmke
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