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Wednesday, June 16, 2010
"The Scythe USB Triple Foot Switch arrived Technic3D. The Foot Switch Gaming Pedal is a input device for Keyoard or Mouse. You can do any task by using your foot with this Foot Switch. You can use this when playing PC Games. Foot peddle is programmable with the provided software. Technic3D will see the functions in the following Review."
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Friday, June 11, 2010
"The newest offering from Scythe is the Yasya and it has a couple new features as part of its design. Most noticeable is the very unique looking fin profile the Scythe, the T.M.L.F or Trident Multi Layer Fin structure. The Yasya also has 6 heat pipes in an unparallel arrangement. The triangle fin structure and the offset heatpipes allow for maximum air flow and heat dissipation. The Yasya comes with the new Slip Stream 120mm PWM adjustable fan. With the fan being adjustable it can run as low as 470 RPM at 7 dBa to as high as 1,900 RPM at 37 dBa depending on the combination of fan control settings and what the CPU is calling for. So the Yasya has a setting that should suit just about any user's taste..."
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"The Scythe Ninja 3 High-End CPU Heatsink arrived Technic3D. See you in the following Review the new Ninja 3 with eight 8mm Heatpipes compared with many other Cooler on a Intel Core i7 920."
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Wednesday, May 12, 2010
The latest fan 5.25 inch fan controller from Scythe is named Kaze Master Pro and has 6 separate channels. The screen can display information about 2 channels at once, but we have switches to go through and see data about all the available channels. It also features alarms, Celsius/Fahrenheit switch and a nice looking VFD screen
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Monday, May 10, 2010
Well that is until our next review sample was released. Scythe route back to the top of the cooling throne begins with the newly released Yasya. The Yasya is the first in line to use Scythe's new T.M.L.F or Trident Multi Layer Fin technology. This new technology simple put is placing the fins in an unparalleled arrangement to reduce the static pressure allowing for better heat transfer. Does it work? Read on and find out.
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Thursday, May 06, 2010
"With a pretty serious lineup of products already out from Scythe, they decided to rethink and redesign to bring life to a name that has been with Scythe for many years. The Samurai cooler was a cantankerous looking cooler developed in the days when there was little thought of overclocking with the jumpers, or modifying the sockets for more volts. As the needs of users changed, Scythe rolled with the punches and developed the Samurai Z. This was a very basic, two heat-pipe cooler and I use that term loosely. By today?s standards, those two pipes ran to the outer edges and would have improved cooling then, but it couldn?t handle the TDP of today?s processors. With the Samurai Z there was even improvement made and a revision ?b? cooler was soon out on shelves. Even with all the working and reworking of the Samurai coolers, Scythe saw ways to improve the idea even further. This time around the Samurai gets more pipes and a very unique mounting setup, which has moved up to include all the newest sockets from both AMD and Intel. Since its inception, the Samurai coolers have never taken up loads of room, as do tower coolers. At that time it was more the normal size for coolers. Today it offers those with a SFF or HTPC chassis; yet another candidate to cool your machines. With all the new goods and redesign, Scythe has also adapted the naming as to differentiate this against the previous versions. Today we will be taking a look at the Samurai ZZ from Scythe. Let?s get it mounted to the T.E.C.C. and see just how well it does."
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Monday, April 12, 2010
"The Scythe Yasya High-End CPU Heatsink arrived Technic3D. See you in the following Review the Yasya from Scythe compared with many other Cooler on a Intel Core i7 920. Better than a Mugen 2?"
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Wednesday, September 30, 2009
"The Scythe KroCraft Plus 2.0 Speaker System arrived Technic3D. Scythe Kro Craft Speaker PLUS is a set containing Kro Craft Speaker and Kama Bay AMP Kro amplifier. This set combines an efficient Class-D amplifier with sonorous 2.0 Stereo Speakers. Combination of both makes these items as a complete set which allows full audio enjoyment out of the box?"
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Monday, March 23, 2009
With the last CPU Cooler review here at XSReviews way back in October of last year, it was time for another. It comes in the form of the Scythe Mugen 2 which is a revision of the previous Mugen cooler and features Scythe?s new MAPS (Multiple Airflow Pass-through Structure) technology along with a Multi Fan Mount Structure. Read on to find out more?
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Tuesday, March 17, 2009
With the last CPU Cooler review here at XSReviews way back in October of last year, it was time for another. It comes in the form of the Scythe Mugen 2 which is a revision of the previous Mugen cooler and features Scythe?s new MAPS (Multiple Airflow Pass-through Structure) technology along with a Multi Fan Mount Structure. Read on to find out more?
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Wednesday, March 11, 2009
The Ninja had everything going for it: silence, performance, a low price, and, er, size. It's monolithic design was a concern, in that people really did need to be concerned that it might not fit in their computers. The Ninja Mini is less of a revision and more of a derivation: a much shorter, broader heatsink that's got titanic shoes to fill. Besides a simpler mounting system, lighter weight, and improved compatibility, has anything changed? That is to say, does it still perform (to continue the mixed metaphor) like a chainsaw at a water park?
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Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Today going under scrutiny at XSReviews is one of the less sought-after products in the enthusiast hardware industry, something expected to come with your case ? a card reader. However, this is not simply a bog standard card reader but in fact a multi-function controller and media card reader, or so the manufacturer describes it as. Let?s see whether this product is all it?s cracked up to be. Time to introduce the product in question; I give you the Scythe Kama Panel.
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