Scythe will offer Grand Kama Cross 2 universal CPU cooler

The Japanese CPU cooler maker Scythe will soon be ready with another universal processor cooler – the Grand Kama Cross 2 (codenamed SCKC-3000) that will succeed the original Grand Kama Cross.

The newcomer will be based on the original Grand Kama Cross design and will be fully compatible with the Intel LGA 775/1150/1155/1156/1366/2011 sockets and AMD AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2 sockets. The Grand Kama Cross 2 will have a two-part aluminum heat sink with a copper base that comprises of four 6-mm heat pipes cooled by a 140 mm cooling fan. The fan will spin between 500 and 1300 rpm and will push between 37 and 97 cubic feet of air per minute with the noise staying between 13 and 30 dBa.

The upcoming Scythe Grand Kama Cross 2 will measure 175 x 140 x 140 mm and will weight 760 grams. The cooler will be commercially available on April 24 for a price of USD 100. For this much money you will get all necessary tools to install it on all current CPU sockets and some high-performance thermal paste too.


Source: Computerbase.de

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