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Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Scythe To Inrtoduce New Katana 4 Cooler, Digital Amplifiers At CeBIT


Japanese cooling expert Scythe will showcase the soon to be released Katana 4 CPU Cooler at CeBIT next month.

Katana 4 is Scythe's exhibition highlight, introducing a new fin structure design called A.T.F.S. (Aero Tuning Fin Structure). A.T.F.S. tilted structure utilizes the intake holes for additional precise airflow, maximizing the cooler's efficiency. In addition, Katana 4 is equipped with a new mounting clip set by the name N.G.C.S. (New Generation Clip System). This allows the 480g cooler to be mounted on latest sockets.

CeBIT visitors will also have the chance to experience Scythe's top seller products as well as two new digital audio amplifiers. Scythe will exhibit the Kama Bay Amp Pro (SDAR-3000) and the Kama Bay Amp Mini Pro (SDA35-2000) models. Both amps are class D amplifiers, which differ in size, design as well as specs. Double decker Kama Bay Amp Pro (SDAR-3000) is utilizing a powerful Toshiba TB2924AFG IC, providing 16 watts of continuous output per channel and a multitude of features. The compact Kama Bay Amp Mini Pro fits into a common 8,89 cm (3,5-inch) bay of a pc case. Built-in MAX98400A Power IC from MAXIM allows continuous output of 24 watts per channel. Despite the compact size, Kama Bay Amp Mini Pro is equipped with many features including a Line-in and a USB Power connector.


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