Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 19 Dec 2017.
For a second I read that as kotatsu and thought "well that's not going to be very effective"
I have used one of their original models on an Intel system at work and was impressed with the performance and acoustics for what it cost. If this is even better, then Good Job Scythe!
But the funny thing is, in Romanian, Kotetsu means "the (chicken) coop", spelled differently of course.
...and in Japanese it means "steel".
I used to love Scythe coolers. I used various iterations of the Ninja for years; cooled great, didn't need fans quite as powerful as things like the TRUE120 because the fins were wide apart. Now I tend toward Noctua, because they seem to make a fitting for every socket under the sun, while still being extremely capable coolers.
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