The Japanese company Scythe, specializing in the production of cooling systems, has announced the Kazema processor cooler. A two-tower new product with support for all current sockets Intel and AMD replaced the Fuma model, released in 2015.
Scythe Kazema is equipped with two aluminum radiators and the same number of 120 mm 'turntables' with a rotation speed of 300-1200 rpm. Six heatpipes run through the nickel-plated copper base of the cooler for efficient heat dissipation from the processor. The assembly weight is about a kilogram, and the dimensions are 131x137x155 mm.
In Japan, Scythe Kazema will be available for purchase starting April 24 for a suggested price of $ 63. The cost and availability of the cooler in other countries is not reported.