Wednesday, March 3rd 2010

Scythe Shows Off Case With Leather Front And New Cooler

Scythe is showing off numerous new cases, one of which has a spiffy leather front. While the chassis at CeBIT features a black patch of the material, we could see other colors happen (like pink for the ladies?). The chassis not yet ready for market, while the other enclosures which feature a clean look & feel are ready to go shortly. All of these are aimed at the mainstream market with very affordable price points.


As seems to be tradition with Scythe these days, we are seeing another extreme prototype CPU cooler with four fans blowing down on it. The new Yasya CPU cooler features an elaborate cooler design and Scythe is even showing off an all copper prototype, while the retail version has the traditional aluminum & copper combination.
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42 Comments on Scythe Shows Off Case With Leather Front And New Cooler

#1
JATownes
WTF is that cooler about? WEIRD! :wtf:
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#2
pantherx12
That copper cooler is a beautiful piece of hardware.


Much better angle of the Susano for you guys

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#3
z1tu
leather front eew, that's just kitsch:twitch:
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#4
pantherx12
And another, bottom angle this time : ]




I like this cooler ha ha, love over the top.
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#5
JATownes
I just think with the Susano you wouldn't be able to see anything but 4 fans...It would totally block the whole board. Cooling performance of it is probably awesome, but I think asthetics are important too. But I agree that the copper one is freakin beautiful.
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#6
Kantastic
by: JATownes
I just think with the Susano you wouldn't be able to see anything but 4 fans...It would totally block the whole board. Cooling is probably awesome, but I think asthetics are important too. But I agree that the copper one is freakin beautiful.
If you don't have a windowed case it wouldn't matter, if you have a tech station it'd look great from the side which is probably the angle you'd be looking at it most of the time anyway.

Not sure what the height is but changing memory modules would be a PITA.
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#7
dir_d
The cases look really good but they just look too small on the inside
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#8
Fourstaff
Susano looks awesome, can W1z get a sample and bench it?
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#9
JATownes
by: Kantastic
If you don't have a windowed case it wouldn't matter, if you have a tech station it'd look great from the side which is probably the angle you'd be looking at it most of the time anyway.

Not sure what the height is but changing memory modules would be a PITA.
I never thought about that. That would look pretty damn sick. :toast: But you are right changing ram would suck.
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#10
Delta6326
well at least you can have some tall ram and it will fit
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#11
OnBoard
by: pantherx12
That copper cooler is a beautiful piece of hardware.
Copepr 'Yasya' sure is. Not that bad the nickel plated top? version either.

Those first 2 cases look great.
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#12
DonInKansas
That's the case to use to keep your less mainstream pr0nzz on. :laugh:
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#13
melkhior
Yasya CU is awesome. Susano looks great also, but I prefer "tower coolers".
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#15
pantherx12
by: t77snapshot
Holy crap that cooler is strange!!!:wtf: possibly innovating? I wanna see some reviews?
No innovation this time I'm afraid , its like two Gemini coolers stuck together






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#16
Duffman
we shall see if it ever even makes it into production
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#17
pantherx12
It would certainly need scythes "ninja wire" to help support the thing.
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#20
pantherx12
by: HTC
Looks kinda small ...
I made a quick mock up of how the scythe cooler will look














Yes I'm that good at ms paint ;)
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#22
Duffman
by: HTC
Looks kinda small ...
I'm thinking you are being facetious but imagine twice the size of this:
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#25
pantherx12
by: HTC
Ofc i'm being facetious: how the hell could i not be?

Mark my words: one of these days we'll see a 25cm fan in a CPU cooler ...

I have now discovered the true purpose of my case's side fan ...
I sincerely hope not, big fans are useless, no pressure!
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