Mugen 5 Rev.B
From now on, users of an AM4 system can also enjoy the advantages of the award-winning Mugen 5 CPU cooler. With the revision B, the comfortable mounting system has been further improved and now offers full support for AMD's new AM4 platform. The Mugen 5 Revision B combines a heat sink designed for performance and maximum memory compatibility with a powerful 120 mm PWM fan from the new Kaze Flex series to offer a well-balanced concept that filled many testers with enthusiasm.
Launching Fuma, Scythe offers a compact twin tower CPU cooler. Measuring only 149 mm in height it perfectly suits even smaller PC cases. Much effort was put into generating high performance. Modifying its design, Fumas performance level corresponds to much larger coolers while noise level and dimensions were kept low.
Kotetsu Mark II
The compact Kotetsu Mark II is all about maximum compatibility. Whether due to its low height of 154 mm or the offset heatsink, which does not collide with any RAM slots and offers an increased distance to the first PCI slot. A fan from the excellent Kaze Flex 120 mm PWM series, four nickel-plated heatpipes and a decorative top-plate complete the convincing concept.
Mugen 5 PCGH Edition
The PC Games Hardware Edition of the Mugen 5 combines the award-winning CPU-Cooler with two Kaze Flex 120 mm PWM fans operating in a control range of 300 to 800 rpm. This dual ventilation improves the cooling performance noticeably, while the noise level is maintained in the silent range. The Mugen 5 PCGH Edition is fully AM4 compatible.
The new Ninja Model features significant improvements. The new lamellar structure and the rearrangement of the heatpipes improves the cooling performance compared to its predecessor. The Ninja 4 comes with a new GlideStream 120 PWM model. This fan provides the ability to limit the maximum speed and allows the user to choose between extremely quiet operation or maximum power.