Thursday, March 4th 2010

Scythe Readies Susano and Yasya Cu CPU Coolers

Scythe showed off prototypes of two of its creations for the season, the Scythe Susano and Yasya Cu CPU coolers. The Susano is one of Scythe's biggest CPU coolers. Its vast aluminum fin array covers the entire upper half of the average ATX motherboard. Its design involves a heatsink-turned CPU block, from which six copper heat pipes pass. These heat pipes convey heat to a large, roughly-square aluiminum fin array on which are latched four 120 mm fans. These blow air through the aluminum fin block, and onto several parts of the motherboard, including memory, northbridge and CPU VRM. The Yasya Cu is a slightly more in tune with the times. It is a copper-based variant of the Yasya CPU cooler. It uses the tried and tested tower design, and makes use of copper fins with a turbulent shape. Heat is conveyed to these fins using six copper heat pipes. Scythe did not give out a release date for these coolers.

Source: XTReview
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37 Comments on Scythe Readies Susano and Yasya Cu CPU Coolers

#1
pantherx12
Why didn't you include the regular old yasya as being readied also?

Its not out either.

( so mentioning its a variant of the yasya is a moot point, since unless people looked at the other scythe thread they wouldn't know what it is)
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#2
Sasqui
That thing looks unreal... wouldn't want to swap out ram with that installed!
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#3
tigger
I'm the only one
How the feck are ya supposed to get your hands under it to fix it on?:confused:
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#4
halfwaythere
Weird title considering Ninja 3 is also announced and probably the Yasya Copper will never hit retail.
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#5
JATownes
As I said yesterday, the Yasya Copper is just plain Sexy!!! :D
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#6
tonyd223
long heat pipes = poor cooling
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#7
pantherx12
by: tonyd223
long heat pipes = poor cooling
Erm.....


Not at all :laugh:


The gas in heatpipes moves at the speed of sound!

Long heatpipes get the heat further away from the CPU quicker.

The best coolers I've owned have HUGE long heatpipes.
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tonyd223
by: pantherx12
Erm.....


Not at all :laugh:


The gas in heatpipes moves at the speed of sound!

Long heatpipes get the heat further away from the CPU quicker.

The best coolers I've owned have HUGE long heatpipes.
no no no
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#9
pantherx12
Come now, if your going to say something back it up.

Why does having longer heatpipes effect cooling negatively?
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#10
tonyd223
I'm thinking of the Scythe Orochi and Cooler Master V10 - both with very long heat pipes, both average coolers that perform well below size expectations...

Mind you, that may not be because of the heatpipes...
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#11
JATownes
by: pantherx12
Come now, if your going to say something back it up.

Why does having longer heatpipes effect cooling negatively?
Agreed, I would love some source information to back up the statement that long heat pipes adversely affect cooling.

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by: tonyd223

Mind you, that may not be because of the heatpipes...
Nevermind. :slap:
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#12
pantherx12
by: tonyd223
I'm thinking of the Scythe Orochi and Cooler Master V10 - both with very long heat pipes, both average coolers that perform well below size expectations...

Mind you, that may not be because of the heatpipes...
That's because of their designs not the heatpipes.

As I said if you have a good heatpipe the gas moves at the speed of sound on the inside, basically it means your heat is distributed over the entire length of the pipe, the longer the pipe the better.


but of course you need more then just long heat-pipes to make a good cooler :p
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#13
OneCool
Thats alot of pipeage :laugh:
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#14
tonyd223
...and for what it's likely to cost (£50+) why not go Corsair H5O or a Scythe Mugen 2, Titan Fenrir...
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#15
pantherx12
by: tonyd223
...and for what it's likely to cost (£50+) why not go Corsair H5O or a Scythe Mugen 2, Titan Fenrir...
because this may perform better?

Wait for the numbers before asking why not get x other product : ]
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#16
DirectorC
Those look like the fantasy designs of a deranged fanboy more than something you're seriously expected to install on your computer.
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#17
pantherx12
by: DirectorC
Those look like the fantasy designs of a deranged fanboy more than something you're seriously expected to install on your computer.
You know you wouldn't turn it down if scythe offered you it though :laugh:
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#18
tonyd223
Yeah - I would because it's too big and would cause probs in my HAF...

I know what you mean about comparisons, but the price/performance ratio is also part of the decision making process... free doesn't mean great and neither does really expensive...
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#19
pantherx12
Of course , but that's not what I meant.

I mean to say it could be £50 and completely blow away the competition, when I say numbers I mean thermal results and cost : ]

Although I imagine it won't be released due to the size, its simply to much hassle installing such a cooler for the majority of people.


Personally I would like to give it a go, would fit in my case, I wouldn't be happy having it unsupported though, I would tie wire to the heatpipes and attach the wires to my psu rails.

If scythe were to make this cooler public I hope to hell it comes supplied with scythe ninja wire!

Or some sort of insane backplate XD
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#20
DirectorC
That 'heatsink' (I wanna come up with a new name for this beast, maybe heat basin?) will cost no less than $120 and that's being generous.
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#21
pantherx12
I'm just going of the fact it looks like two cooler master Geminis stuck together ( they cost £25)

he he wasn't an actual educated guess, more pulling numbers out my ass as a quick example.
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#22
DirectorC
I actually based the price off four Hyper 212+ units and thus got £80 / $120.
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#23
SirMango
Why is it that Scythe always shows some mega huge prototype heatsinks? They've been doing it for ages lol

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Computex2007/Scythe/

The Yasya is probably not going to perform that well for its size. The Scythe Orochi and the Cooler Master GeminiII borrowed the same idea: huge, lots of heatpipes, but lacking performance versus smaller solutions.
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#24
pantherx12
by: SirMango
Why is it that Scythe always shows some mega huge prototype heatsinks? They've been doing it for ages lol

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Computex2007/Scythe/

The Yasya is probably not going to perform that well for its size. The Scythe Orochi and the Cooler Master GeminiII borrowed the same idea: huge, lots of heatpipes, but lacking performance versus smaller solutions.
The thing about the Gemini is some people got epic performance out of it, forum member r9 (I think its r9) has one of the highest air overclocked e5200s out of anyone.

Guess they're more susceptible to the crazy world of thermal dynamics then other coolers or something.
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#25
SirMango
by: pantherx12
The thing about the Gemini is some people got epic performance out of it, forum member r9 (I think its r9) has one of the highest air overclocked e5200s out of anyone.

Guess they're more susceptible to the crazy world of thermal dynamics then other coolers or something.
Plus coolers like those give airflow to the VRM, chipset and RAM areas. No doubt that helps overclocking.
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