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Scythe Releases the Yasya CPU Cooler

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Scythe announces its newest high-end CPU cooler, named “Yasya” to the market. Yasya CPU Cooler is the first cooler from Scythe equipped with the newly developed T.M.L.F. (Trident Multi Layer Fin) structure. This special design maximizes the cooling surface to provide the best cooling result of the heatsink. By placing the heatsink fins as well as total of 6 copper heatpipes in unparallel design, static pressure loss is minimized and heat transfer is maximized. New 120 mm "Slip Stream 120 Adjustable PWM" case fan is supplied for optimized airflow. Although the fan supports the PWM feature user can manually adjust the speed between 470 to 1,370 rpm and 740 to 1,900 rpm.

    Easy mounting is available by the famous V.T.M.S. (Versatile Tool-Free Multiplatform System) which requires no motherboard removal for the heatsink mounting. Yasya CPU Cooler is compatible to all current sockets, including the new socket LGA 1156. Scythe Yasya will be available worldwide from early March 2010 at the price of 57 US$ (excl. Tax) / 35,90 Euro (Excl. VAT).

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    Product Details:
    Model Name:
    Yasya CPU Cooler

    Model No.:
    SCYS-1000

    Manufacturer:
    Scythe Co., Ltd. Japan

    Compatibility:
    Intel:
    Socket T / LGA775
    Socket LGA1156
    Socket LGA1366

    AMD:
    Socket 754
    Socket 939
    Socket AM2
    Socket AM2+
    Socket AM3
    Socket 940

    Dimensions:
    130 x 108,5 x 159 mm / 5.12 x 4.27 x 6.26 in

    Fan Dimensions:
    120 x 120 x 25 mm / 4.72 x 4.72 x 0.98 in

    Fan Speed:
    Max. Band 740 (±25%) ~ 1,900 rpm (±10%)
    Min. Band 470 (±30%) ~ 1,340 rpm (±10%)

    Noise Level:
    Max. Band 9.8 ~ 37.0 dBA
    Min. Band: 7.05 ~ 27.3 dBA

    Air Flow:
    Max. Band 37.15 ~ 110.31 CFM = 63 ~ 187 m³/h
    Min. Band: 23.0 ~ 76.53 CFM = 39 ~ 130 m³/h

    Weight Included Fan:
    848 g / 29.91 oz.

    For more information, visit the product page.
    Last edited: Mar 19, 2010
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  2. Mussels

    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    "Although the fan supports the PWM feature user can manually adjust the bandwidth between 470 to 1,370 rpm and 740 to 1,900 rpm."

    bandwidth? bad translation there.

    looks like a decent heatsink otherwise, and 100% compatibility with all retail sockets.
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    indeed. I think it looks quit fancy!
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    your screwed if you use all ram slots ?. One thing i truly love about Scythe coolers is the thin made fins and the gaps they have.
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    Ya, looks like you would have problems running triple channel on that.
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    Beside the pushpin mounting system and the usual not so great Scythe build quality should be a decent performer.
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    I noticed that too Mussels, probably just a typo. I like that cooler though and fin placement. Looks a little like Zerotherms Bee deal or something like that.
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    These things are getting ridonculous!

    And I would definitely say this is yet another one of those times that the words 'bandwidth' and 'frequency' have been confused! :laugh:
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    or "RPM" or "fan speed"
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    it's funny to show LGA 1156 users this big cooler can set on a side without touching memories with ultra heat sink, in fact they use the extra utilities mobo which is gigabyte p55-UD6 or maybe UD7, 6 ram slots so it's still first two slot is disable, same thing for regular p55's with 4 ram slots, so that's mean still can't out it in side with regular p55's and memories with ultra heat sink
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    The covering of ram slots kills this cooler but I LOVE the clip that holds the fan on my true was a pain in the a** to get on fully. I remember when they came out with the original karma cross that thing wasn't a bad cooler and it cooled the mobo down too
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    attach the fan on the otherside - the clips still fit, a little unusual but its pretty simple - instead of blowing air over the fans its suck air over it instead - still the same thing.

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