Scythe starts sales of Ashura CPU cooler

European hardware enthusiasts will soon get their hands on the latest Scythe Ashura CPU cooler, which has been officially released in this part of the world.

The Ashura carries the SCASR-1000 codename and measures 145 x 65 x 161 mm for a total weight of 750 grams. The new Scythe product consists of 64 cooling fins coupled with six copper heat pipes and a 140 mm cooling fan that spins between 500 – 1300 rpm pushing between 37 and 97 cubic feet of air per minute. The cooler is rather quiet too – it makes noise that ranges between 13-30 dBa. Overclocking enthusiasts can add a second 140 mm fan if need arises.

The Scythe Ashura is compatible with all modern CPU sockets including Intel LGA 775/1155/1156/1366/2011 and AMD AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2. The cooler ships with all necessary components to fit on all these sockets and with some thermal paste. It can be yours for EUR 36.5.


Source: Scythe

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