Scythe presents Tatsumi CPU cooler

Scythe presents Tatsumi CPU cooler

The famous Japanese maker of cooling solutions Scythe has presented its latest Tatsumi CPU cooler. According to Scythe, Tatsumi comes with a number of hardware improvements and new technologies that include an optimized fin configuration called M.A.P.S. and better fixation called H.P.M.S. The new cooler also comes with decent dimensions and weight – it measures 102 x 146 x 83 mm and weighs 450 grams (fan included).

The Scythe Tatsumi is based on a copper base that has three U-shaped 6-mm copper heat pipes that transfer the heat produced to an aluminum heat sink. The entire cooler is cooled by a 92-mm Attached Glide Stream cooling fan that can operate at 300-2500 rpm and push 11.4-94.3 cubic meters of air in one hour. The noise produced ranges between 7.2-31.7 dBa. In addition the innovative heat sink that carries the so-called Multiple Airflow Pass-Through Structure (M.A.P.S.) improves efficiency while at the same time reduces noise and air flow turbulence. Moreover the so-called Hyper Precision Mounting System (H.P.M.S.) comes to the Tatsumi straight from the Mugen 4 cooler. This technology allows the owner to take off the cooler without getting the PC motherboard outside its system case.

The Tatsumi supports all Intel LGA 115x, LGA 1366 and LGA 2011 processors and all AMD AM2(+)/AM3(+), FM1 and FM2 processors. In Europe the new cooler costs EUR 21.60.

Source: Scythe

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