Scythe presents Ninja 4 CPU cooler

Scythe presents Ninja 4 CPU cooler

The Japanese CPU cooler maker Scythe has announced the new Ninja 4 high-end CPU cooler. The new company product measures 130 x 155 x 153 mm and weighs 900 grams.

The Scythe Ninja 4 is a tower CPU cooler that features an aluminum heat sink and a copper base that houses six copper nickel-plated heat pipes. The cooler employs the M.A.P.S technology which ensures that all fins on the heat sink get cooled with air. A large 120 mm cooling fan cools the entire structure and pushes up to 84.6 CFM of air at up to 29.5 dBa of noise. The Ninja 4 can also be used as a passive CPU cooler but the chip that sits underneath must be with TDP of up to 65W. The cooler supports all modern Intel and AMD processors including LGA 2011-3.

No word on pricing or availability as of now.

Source: Scythe

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