Scythe is increasing its CPU cooling lineup with its Shuriken 2 SCSK-2000 CPU cooler, a smaller variant of its Big Shuriken line of coolers.
Scythe today announced Big Shuriken 3, a CPU cooler designed for SFF systems and asymmetrically designed for better clearances.
Scythe Choten TUF Gaming Alliance – an RGB downdraft cooler with the upside of being budget friendly
Downdraft cooling is back in the Scythe Grand Kama Cross 3. Will it reign supreme in cooling, noise, or value?
Scythe updates its Mugen 5 to Rev.B with new AMD AM4 brackets. Can the venerable cooler quietly cool our overclocked Core i7-5930K?
Does Scythe’s mid-priced, dual-fan, dual-tower CPU cooler have the performance to make it a better value?
In our continuing coverage of low-profile cooling solutions for mini-ITX builds, we take a look at the Scythe Kozuti and its unconventional design. Does pulling air through heat sink fins facilitate better performance than blowing it through?
Scythe's new special edition Ashura Shadow CPU cooler features an anodized black finish and a number of performance optimizations.
A recent look at ASRock's M8 compact barebones PC saw us undervolting our CPU in order to run stably, overclocked. This forced us to ask the question: how much cooling can we fit inside a slim enclosure? Eight heat sink vendors helped us find the answer.
It's time for the numbers. In addition to testing liquid metal compounds and thermally conductive adhesives, each paste is discussed on its own merits before we chart out the results of four usage cases. After all, these products behave differently.
Scythe’s new Grand Flex 120 series of cooling fans offers one range of four fixed speed models and another fifth range with PWM functionality.
Intel's Haswell-based CPUs have a unique cooling problem that leaves many overclockers in a quandary. Today, we're rounding up nine different sink and fan combinations to see if any can contend with the fourth-gen Core processor's copious heat.
The Scythe SCY-2IN1-SILENT optical keyboard and mouse set is a rather unremarkable “silent” membrane.
The Scythe Kaze Chrono fan controller is designed for 5.25-inch drive bays and features a brick-matrix LCD panel.