Scythe releases Kodati CPU cooler

Scythe releases Kodati CPU cooler

The well-known CPU cooler maker Scythe has released a new product – the Kodati cooler. Apart from the strange, but well-suited, brand name Kodati comes with a feature that cannot be seen every day – the cooler is just 34 mm tall.

The Kodati measures 82.5 x 95 x 34 mm and weighs 180 grams. The small size of the cooler sends it directly into HTPC computers, compact PC chassis and others. The cooler is horizontally mounted and uses two 6-mm copper heat pipes that have been covered with nickel and there’s also an aluminum-based heat sink. An 80 x 80 x 10 mm fan cools the structure; it spins at 800 – 3300 rpm and pushes between 6 – 24.8 cubic feet of air per minute, making noise between 8.2 – 32.5 dBa. A 4-pin connector gives power to the cooler.

The Scythe Kodati can cool processors with TDP of up to 65 watts, although Scythe says that in a well-ventilated case the Kodati can cool chips with TDP of up to 88 watts. The Kodati sells for EUR 18 and comes with everything you may need including thermal paste.

Source: Scythe

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