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Old 04-27-2009, 01:54 PM
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Hey newtoninja,

if you mean "120 mm fan" by "120 mm fin": Actually no, I'm sorry. Shuriken is especially built for an 100 mm fan. But: We are planning to release a Big Shuriken with 120 mm fan within the next months.

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Old 04-27-2009, 01:58 PM
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Hey newtoninja,

if you mean "120 mm fan" by "120 mm fin": Actually no, I'm sorry. Shuriken is especially built for an 100 mm fan. But: We are planning to release a Big Shuriken with 120 mm fan within the next months.

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Stefan - Scythe EU Hamburg

Cool. I might as well wait for the new release.
Any size specs available for Big Shuriken?
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Old 04-27-2009, 02:29 PM
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Hello newtoninja,

nope, there is nothing known so far. Actually we presented the Big Shuriken on CeBit - please have a look at the picture ("normal" Shuriken in the back, Big Shuriken in front).

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Hello newtoninja,

nope, there is nothing known so far. Actually we presented the Big Shuriken on CeBit - please have a look at the picture ("normal" Shuriken in the back, Big Shuriken in front).

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Wow...Big and flat. But very nice.
Thanks again for all help.
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Old 08-22-2010, 12:10 AM
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Hi, im new here.
I would like to change th box cooler on my Athlon II X3 440 fo somehin more powerfull but im limited by the height - i have an AeroCool Qx-2000 case which consist of 2 levels and the max heigh of the bottom level is 120mm. The mobo is placed on screaws in some height and procesor has olso some height so i end up wih about 11mm for the cooler.

My question is:
Can i demont the top screaws on the heatpipes as those are 15mm which could save exact the needed space. Or maybe cut/abrasive feaw mm from top of the screaws ?
I would like to use a tower cooler construction instead of a low profile like shuriken because of the air flow and also use of a straight wind tunel from the front of the case to the cooler.

thanx for your reply
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Old 08-22-2010, 10:17 AM
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Q: Can I cut the Heatpipes?
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Old 08-23-2010, 12:02 AM
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Well i know i cant just cut a heatpipe. But the screw on the top seems to me a bit too large - 15mm. It may fit or maybe no because of just 5mm. So im asking what is under the screw - are the heatpipe ended/shielded at the end or the screw is making the ending/shielding. Check the picture



and if the heatpipe is not closed by itself and the screw is closing it - how thick is the screw on the top - i mean if its like on the 3rd image from right then i can abrasive down a feaw milimeters from the screw top without damaging/opening the heatpipe

First i thought that those screws are only holding the fins and the heatpipe under is soldered/enclosed completely and the screw is more or less decorative.
So question is wat is under the screw and how thick it is at the top?

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Old 08-23-2010, 07:44 AM
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Underneath the caps it should look like this - but i doubt that you'll gain much space in removing them if you compare the pics to the normal Katana 3:
Katana 3 Type I: Scythe EU GmbH

Katana 3 CPU Khler: Scythe EU GmbH

This should apply for all Scythe coolers but please wait for a comment from Okiwana (if he wants to comment).
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