Scythe releases Ashura Shadow CPU cooler

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of its existence the famous cooling solutions maker Scythe has released a new company product – the Ashura Shadow CPU cooler.

The new Scythe cooler is identical with the original Ashura cooler with one difference only – the Shadow version comes in stylish black. All other tech specs remain the same but in case you don’t know them here’s a quick overview – the Ashura Shadow offers a 140 mm cooling fan that spins at 500 – 1300 rpm and pushes 37.37-97.18 cubic feet of air per minute, making up to 30 dBa of noise. The entire cooler measures 145 x 65 x 161 mm and weighs 750 grams; it is based on six 6 mm heat pipes that connect to an aluminum heat sink. The Ashura Shadow supports all modern Intel and AMD processors starting from socket 775 and AM2 to newer chips.

The new cooler is on the market now where you can get it for EUR 39.5. Hurry up though, Scythe will release just 3000 Ashura Shadow coolers.

Source: Scythe

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