Scythe is displaying quite a few new cooling solution as well as some prototypes. Let us start with the concepts first. The "Godhand" is an extremely large CPU cooler, which hovers over the top half of the mainboard. Then there is a large, passive block with heatpipes. This unit is intended for midrange GPUs and can handle around 60W of heat. Then there is a large version of the Kama Cross, simply called Kama Grand Cross.
The new retail coolers are quite numerous as well. The Kabuto and Zipang 2 use seperated aluminum fins, so that each heatpipe has their own set of cooling fins to use. They are also offering a new Shuriken unit, which manages to be even lower than the original, but also feature a larger 120 mm fan. The Ninja Wire on the other hand is a simple, metal string, which is intended to hold a large CPU cooler in place and take the strain off the mainboard.
Scythe is also working on power supplies, and their Kamariki series is ready to go, while the Chouriki is still in the works. The Kamariki uses some modular cables and gives you the option to connect three fans directly to the power supply. These are then regulated by the amount of total power drawn from the PSU.Source: Scythe