Kama Angle: Scythe presents new CPU cooler
With the Kama Angle Scythe adds another CPU cooler to the product array.
The Kama Angel utilizes a reliable setup: A nickel-plated copper plate absorbs the heat of the CPU. Via four u-shaped heatpipes the heat is transferred to the fins. In contrast to prior coolers with the tower design, those fins aren't constructed as a rectangular block, but as an angle.
The included 120 millimeters Scythe Slipstream is positioned over the resulting corner. Thus the Kama Angle looks like a tower version of the popular Scythe Kama Cross. As an alternative the fan can also be mounted on the two outer sides. The speed of the Slipstream can be regulated between 324 rpm to 1200 rpm.
The cooler is compatible to the sockets 478, 754, 775, 939, 940 and AM2, whereas the mounting on socket 775 is solved with Push-Pins and the appropriate retention modules for all the other sockets. There also is an optional retention kit for Socket 775. The cooler's extensions are 123 x 123 x 160 millimeters and it weights 754 grams including the fan.