Scythe Orochi HSF has 10 heatpipes

Posted on Thursday, Feb 14 2008 @ 21:29 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Scythe released another massive processor cooler, their new Scythe Orochi heatsink weighs 1155g (without fan) and features 10 heatpipes! On top of the heatsink is a 140mm fan which has an airflow of 29.39CFM and a noise level of only 10.8dBA.
Expected to become the most expensive Scythe cooler, the Orochi may well deserve the title "overkill" with its 10 massive heatpipes, 1155gm weight and huge dimensions: 120x194x155mm (height). On top of this beast you'll find a 140mm fan spinning at 500 rpm, which may also be mounted vertically. The Scythe Orochi is compatible with all Intel P4 478/775 and AMD Athlon64 754/939/940/AM2/AM2+ Sockets.




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