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Scythe Ninja on NewEgg....when?

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October 5, 2006 5:52:16 PM

OK, I've been patient now where is it?

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October 5, 2006 7:16:21 PM

I would not hold your breath, here in the UK the lot where here and gone in one day from the distributor, they have even removed them from the product list :cry: 

They either are making nowhere near enough or are discontinuing it
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October 5, 2006 9:45:32 PM

I never said I was looking to buy them as an end user :) 

I'm talking about there supply to distributors and thus to retailers

I sell them for less that, but I could only get hold of 6 and its no longer in the purchase list
October 6, 2006 6:02:29 AM

You can get the Rev.B (wich comes with an AM2 bracket) in
October 6, 2006 8:07:11 PM

Jab-Tech too.
October 6, 2006 8:28:15 PM

Get the Thermalright Ultra 120 from JabTech. I did. I'll let you know how it works out once installed. Good luck.
October 6, 2006 9:09:13 PM

Found it at Newegg here. They call it the Scythe SCNJ-1000, but if you look on the box, you'll see:

October 7, 2006 7:28:08 AM

It's on Auto-Notify big guy. :wink:

And the CrazyPC is out of stock too.

You could consider the Scythe Mine as an alternative.
October 10, 2006 10:53:56 PM

ouch! $60, sounds like a rip off when the Infinity is two bucks LESS.
October 10, 2006 11:27:36 PM

Yes, I saw this earlier at Heatsinkfactory. It would appear Scythe is taking cues from Zalman. Cheaper than Newegg, but still more than the original version. Unfortunate indeed.
October 10, 2006 11:35:32 PM

The original version didnt come with a fan or the AM2 bracket so this is logical for a "new" heatsink. But it should definetly be cheaper than the Infinity (with was at $52 on the weekend) since its smaller. The demand for it I guess...
October 11, 2006 5:10:39 PM

Well, yes and no. The original was just called the Ninja and was passively cooled. The next version was called the Ninja Plus and it did come with a 1200rpm, 120mm fan. You could pick it up at Heatsinkfactory for $39.99 which made it one of (if not the) best performing heatsink for the money. As far as I can tell, the Ninja Plus and the Ninja Plus Rev. B are the same unit. The B just comes with a $13.00 BS AM2 bracket. :roll:

Scythe just got kicked down a couple notches on my list for this one. Let's see where Thermalright goes.