Scythe will release a new CPU cooler called the Ninja 3.
Weighing a full 1,040 grams, the device makes use of M.A.P.S. -> Multiple Airflow pass-through structure. This boosts heat dissipation significantly compared to competing products.
The heatsink itself has a nickel-plated copper base, which draws heat out of the central processing unit. Said caloric energy is subsequently led away by eight U-shaped copper heatpipes and dispersed among the many fins. Those fins are then cooled by a Slip Stream fan that has a diameter of 120mm and a rotary speed of 1340 RPM to 1900 RPM. Furthermore, the product features the Super Flip Mount Back-Plate 2. All in all, the Ninja 3 should be more adept at eliminating excess heat than any of its predecessors, even as it never goes over 37 dBA in noise output.
The Scythe Ninja 3 is slated to start shipping sometime towards the middle of July and will have a price of roughly $49, the equivalent of 35.90 Euro. As for CPU support, sockets 754, 939, 940, AM2(+) and AM3 from Advanced Micro Devices are supported, as are Intel LGA 775, 1156 and 1366.