New low profile high performance CPU cooler from Scythe



/ 7 years ago

The Japanese computer firm Scythe announced a new almost unique low profile processor cooler today. The “Kozuti” CPU cooler is designed for the needs of the low profile PC chassis. The unique design sees the fan placed under the cooling fins instead of on top or on the side of them. Which reduces the height of the cooler by a substantial amount.

The CPU cooler has three 6mm heatpipes which are supported by an 80mm fan. The fan will run at speeds of 800-3300 RPM making noise of around 8.2 to 32.5dBA. Airflow will be between 6 CFM and 25CFM. The CPU cooler will be compatible with all currently sold AMD and Intel processor sockets. And at a price of around 20-25 euros this CPU cooler will make an excellent choice for those users looking to cool high end processors in compact spaces.

The full product specifications are as follows:

  • Model Name: Kozuti CPU Cooler
  • Compatibility:
  • Intel:
  • Sockel 775
  • Sockel 1155
  • Sockel 1156
  • Sockel 1366
  • AMD:
  • Sockel AM2
  • Sockel AM2+
  • Sockel AM3
  • Overall Dimensions: 110 x 103 x 40 mm / 4.33 x 4.06 x1.58 in
  • Weight Included Fan: 250 g
  • Accessories: Installation Guide, Thermal Grease
  • Fan-Specifications: PWM4-pin fan
  • Fan Dimensions: 80 x 80 x 10 mm
  • Fan Speed: 800 (±30%) – 3300upm (±10%) – regulated by PWM
  • Air Flow: 6.0CFM ~ 24.82CFM
  • Noise Level: 8.2 ~ 32.5dBA
  • Input Power: 2,4 W

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9 Responses to “New low profile high performance CPU cooler from Scythe”
  1. Eternalchaos says:

    Wow Scythe are coming out with some crazy designs, Im still waiting to read the reviews on the Susanoo.

  2. lucas4 says:

    geez!looks like that would fit in my laptop :p!

  3. omegadoom13 says:

    That's awesome! Cool design for a growing segment of the CPU cooler market. Thanks!

  4. lucas4 says:

    omegadoom13;17723 wrote: That's awesome! Cool design for a growing segment of the CPU cooler market. Thanks!

    i have to agree with that.with the enthusiasts focusing on bigger and better dual tower coolers etc., we are forgetting about the majority of people who have small cases and low priority cooling needs.something like this would be perfect for my brother or girlfriend. low profile, quiet, lightweight and decent performing by the looks of it.

  5. omegadoom13 says:

    lucas4;17737 wrote: i have to agree with that.with the enthusiasts focusing on bigger and better dual tower coolers etc., we are forgetting about the majority of people who have small cases and low priority cooling needs.something like this would be perfect for my brother or girlfriend. low profile, quiet, lightweight and decent performing by the looks of it.

    Nicely said. I like the price points. Scythe will do well by marketing to consumers like your brother and girlfriend who aren't enthusiasts but would like a decent performing cpu cooler… the middle market.

  6. themindboggles says:

    Nice! An interesting design and defo worth a look for a htpc. Scythe do come out with some nice designs for the masses

  7. dav532000 says:

    I have a low profile Scythe on my Pc, nice and quite great little cooler, would defo try this.

  8. omegadoom13 says:

    themindboggles;17779 wrote: Nice! An interesting design and defo worth a look for a htpc. Scythe do come out with some nice designs for the masses

    I agree. Scythe "NINJA COPPER" All copper 6HeatPipes CPU Cooler

  9. lucas4 says:

    omegadoom13;17768 wrote: Nicely said. I like the price points. Scythe will do well by marketing to consumers like your brother and girlfriend who aren't enthusiasts but would like a decent performing cpu cooler… the middle market.

    yes, also the HTPC users will be a target audience seeing as this wont be much bigger than the stock cooler but will probably be much quieter and better performing.i think scythe could have a secret little gem in these low profile coolers 😎

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