Scythe prepares Mugen Max CPU cooler

Scythe prepares Mugen Max CPU cooler

The popular CPU cooler maker Scythe will soon release a new CPU cooler that will be known under the brand name Mugen Max. The new company product will target ordinary users as well as enthusiasts and overclockers. The Mugen Max is a tower-based cooler that is codenamed SCMG-1000.

The cooler measures 145 x 110 x 161 mm and weighs 870 grams. It has a copper base and six 6-mm nickel-plated copper heat pipes that cool an aluminum heat sink that has three autonomous sections. If this is not enough Scythe provides a secondary heat sink that is situated at the bottom of the cooler. All these features follow the T-M.A.P.S. (Three-dimensional Multiple Airflow Pass-Through Structure) model that should increase the effectiveness of the cooler.

Now to the performance specs – the Mugen Max comes with a 140 mm Scythe Falcon cooling fan that spins at 500-1300 rpm. These rotations produce 13-30.7 dBa of noise and push 37.37-97.18 cubic feet of air per minute. The Mugen Max is compatible with all processors for AMD AM3+ and FM2 sockets and Intel LGA2011, LGA115x and LGA1366.

The Mugen Max can be yours for USD 50.

Source: Scythe

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