Friday, October 24th 2008

Scythe Introduces Kama Angle CPU Cooler

Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces its newest CPU-Cooler. Together with, there was a product developed which uses a unique design to fit everybodys’ needs. The special angular shape of the cooler allows to optimize the airflow through a PC system by utilizing the PSU and rear case fans. For perfect compatibility and flexibility, Kama Angle can be mounted in four different directions.

Scythe supplies Kama Angle with a new ultra silent SlipStream-fan, which uses PWM. The PWM-technology allows a temperature-dependent regulation of fan speed directly controlled by mainboard BIOS and is supported by lots of motherboards available on the market. The supplied fan can be mounted in three different ways to supply optimal airflow inside the case.
Kama Angle is compatible with all current sockets. Mounting accessory for Intel Socket 478 and LGA 775 is supplied as well as for AMD Socket 754, 939, AM2 and AM2+. Scythe uses materials of highest quality. The baseplate consists of nickle plated copper to avoid corrosion of the used material.


Model Number: SCANG-1000


Socket 478 All Speeds
Socket T / LGA 775 All Speeds

Socket 754 All Speeds
Socket 939 All Speeds
Socket AM2 All Speeds
Socket AM2+ All Speeds

Measurements (W x D x H): 123 x 123 x 160 mm / 4.84 x 4.84 x 6.30 in

Fan-Measurements (W x D x H): 120 x 120 x 25 mm / 4.72 x 4.72 x 0.98 in

Fan Speed: 324 ~ 1,200 rpm ±10%

Fan Noise Level: 6,4 ~ 24 dBA

Air Flow: 14.43 ~ 68.54 CFM = 24.52 ~ 116.45 m³/h

Baseplate-Material: Nickle-plated copper

Weight: 640 g (Heatsink) + 115 g (Fan) = 20.66 oz + 3.71 oz (fan)

MSRP: US$ 49.80 ; 29.90€ excl. VAT

For more information, please visit the product page.
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MultiFan Mount Structure:
Install the supplied 120 mm fan in a number of locations to aid airflow and
improve compatibility by avoiding interference with other components.
OK, so we all misunderstood this. Bad translation to English. What they mean is Fan MULTI-MOUNT structure, not MULTI-FAN mount structure.

You are only supposed to install ONE fan. The idea is that you can put the fan in the optimal place so that it works WITH rather than AGAINST PSU fan or case fan, depending on YOUR setup, and so that you arrange it to avoid the fan hitting/snagging other components.
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Oh ok, so you can't put more the one fan on it at a time?
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