Mugen 5 PCGH Edition
Grand Kama Cross 3
The new Grand Kama Cross 3 isn‘t just a remake, relying on its’ unique X-structure design. It provides significant improvements, such as two 8 mm heatpipes and an optimized shape of cooling fins for better cooling performance. With its approved X-structure it guarantees maximum compatibility to mainboards and cases.
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.
The new Kotetsu - its' looks reminding us a lot of the Ashura - is based on a totally different concept: The user with the tighter budget. Therefore, it comes fitted with "only" four heatpipes and a 120mm fan. Still equipped with the latest H.P.M.S. (Hyper Precision Mounting System), and the "Narrow Fin" design, it is ready to cool the new, less heat-generating haswell processors easily.
Big Shuriken 2 Rev. B
The Update of Big Shuriken, equipped with an additional 6 mm Heatpipe as well as an additional row of fins. This way, cooling efficiency could be significantly increased. By keeping the height of 58 mm compatibility especially with HTPCs (Home Theater Personal Computers) and computer systems with restricted dimensions could be preserved. In addition higher compatibility with new generation chipset motherboards was established by inventing F.S.M.B.4 (Flip Mount Super Back-Plate 4) mounting system. Rev. B provides compatibility with the new Intel LGA2011 socket.
Mugen 5 Rev.B
Kotetsu Mark II
Scythe engineers took a totally new direction when setting out to blow life into the brand-new Ashura cooler. Main objective: Compact dimensions without sacrificing cooling efficiency. Helping to realize this goal is a one of the new GlideStream 140mm fans, plus an all-new mounting system.The asymmetrical positioning of the base plate realizes high compatibility to current motherboard sockets while minimizing the risk of memory modules with tall heat sinks coliding with the Ashura.
Katana 4 combines the compact dimensions of its predecessors with a new modern design resulting in improved cooling performance. For the first time, a new Clip-System is launched, providing even higher user-friendliness and durability. Compared to its' predecessor Katana 4 provides better cooling performance.