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Scythe SCSK-1100 100mm Shuriken Rev. B 3 Heat Pipes CPU Cooler
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Very Good
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Rating: 8.54/10
Pepin
Rating:

Review Date: 08/06/13
Comment:
Low Height is good for a HTPC develop. Can be noisy at 100% fan speed. (see beneath) Employed this in a Moneual 320 HTPC case and it fit effectively, but did use up every single final bit of space. The fan can variety from silent (at about 40-50%) to noisy (at 80- 100%). I utilized a fan speed program to keep it quiet for most of the temp range. Even with the fan running at slow speeds it has no issue maintaining my Core i3 HTPC nice and cool (just about 10 degrees above space temprature).
Penha
Rating:

Review Date: 07/29/13
Comment:
10 degrees cooler than sock heatsinksomewhat quieter than stock heatsinkMounting brackets for AMD are easy to use Bigger than it looks. Just BARELY fits in my miniATX desktop case. I thought I had it measured out nicely, but not as nicely as I had thought. But this is in all probability the very best cooler I could count on to fit in my case.
Sada
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Review Date: 07/14/13
Comment:
Quiet and low height needs, so it operates nicely in the smaller-kind element case. Simple assembly, and it comes with adapters for many sockets. I run it with a Core i7 and have no troubles so far. None
Stephen
Rating:

Review Date: 07/07/13
Comment:
looks wicked cool, fits my slim case Fan worked for the very first few hours and then died. Confirmed the fan is broken by using a known very good fan on the very same motherboard fan plug.
Clara
Rating:

Review Date: 07/06/13
Comment:
Compact heat pipe cooler assembly. Universal fit. 4 wire fan died after two days of usage. Will be difficult to locate a replacement as the fan is only 12mm ƓǞth") thick. Directions had been in Japanese. The AMD Phenom II survived the 177F ࿰+C) like a champ.
Genero
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Review Date: 06/17/13
Comment:
I appreciate it. I replaced a Thermaltake stock sort answer with the Shuriken. It's quiet, has a very good variable fan, and probably least importantly, it appears amazing. I'm working with this with an Asus M4A785TD-M EVO uATX Motherboard. The Shuriken fits perfectly, its low profile, and does an exceptional job cooling. The surface that mates with the CPU is polished to an exceptional shine. I'm employing it with a cool operating 3 core AMD Phenom II BE and doesn't get above 40c. I type wish I had bought the 120mm Major Shruiken. It appears like its the very same profile, and would just clear the ram and heatsinks. This could provide a tiny greater cooling for mentioned parts about the CPU. I didn't assume it would fit. I picked this up when it came with a totally free 120mm Scythe 1200 rpm fan. I'm utilizing the Shuriken, the 120mm case fan, and an added Scythe 80mm @ 1000rpm. My head is suitable subsequent to the case and I can barely tell that its on. And thats with the case open. With the side on, its practically silent. If it was a slightly much more pricey (higher good quality than a fifty dollar case) case it would be practically silent.
Salene
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Review Date: 06/06/13
Comment:
-cools my Core 2 Duo E7400 far better than the stock cooler; I've yet to see it spin up to 40%, even following gaming for a couple of hours (have yet to see my CPU temp get above 35 degrees C even with the fan spinning slowly).-considerably, a lot quieter than Intel's stock cooler; fan spins at least 400 rpm's slower at all loads-sound character is far more even and reduce pitched than Intel's stock cooler-there is almost no audible difference among the fan spinning at 20% and the fan spinning at 50% and it's not appreciably louder beyond that -I hate Intel's plastic push-pin mounts for LGA775 processors; not Scythe's fault, but be cautious mounting this point Was attempting to decided involving the Shuriken and the Massive Shuriken. I ultimately went with this version as it's a bit lighter and supposed to be less complicated to install. I don't have extremely major fingers, and I nevertheless had a difficult time pushing in the push-pins for this factor—I've study there's even less clearance in between the mounting brackets and heat sink for the Big Shuriken. Anyway, good cooler. All but silent in my mini-p180 Antec case. The 120mm and 250mm fans, both on low, drown out this cooler till it's spinning ᡪ% (and these fans are very quiet). Most likely overkill for my Core two Duo processor, but that just suggests I can start off over-clocking the issue comfortably.
Josefina
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Review Date: 05/30/13
Comment:
-near silent-great CFPM rate-much cooler than stock fan & heatsink Install instructions are a bit unclear, so if this is your 1st build take your time. This is a big rig, so make specific that you have sufficient space in your case
Bessie
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Review Date: 04/10/13
Comment:
really low profile fits into antec minuet but just barely. fan is not also bad on noise this however depends on your bios settings and good quality and layout of your case. comes with loads of adapters from 478 to am3 Incredibly sharp edges beware!! i dont like the quantity of force required to set up. it was somewhat hard and applied unique tool to set in socket. tool NOT supplied. installed with ic7 diamond paste seems to do ok for now. like i stated im not positive about the 40 pounds of force this point puts on board. the board is truly bent from it..NERVOUS !!
Saburo
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Review Date: 03/29/13
Comment:
Low profile. Quite quiet fan. Straight forward installation. Mediocre cooling efficiency compared to bigger units.Sharp decrease edges of cooling fins are challenging on the knuckles when you have to reach underneath and press the pins by means of. Utilizing to cool a Q9550 in a Silverstone SG02. The SG01቞ have poor airflow and only approx 82mm HSF clearance so choices are very limited.
Shanon
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Review Date: 03/26/13
Comment:
Functions great with Biostar board. True quiet yet my cpu (using quiet in BIOS) does not even get hot. The style performs properly with Biostar layout. It cools the cpu, the memory and the difficult drive (see other thoughts for recipe). The clips are ingenious. They make installing the cooler so easy. Just hook the motherboard and use the cam operated clips. Want every person engineered their mounting systems as effectively. It even comes with it personal themal grease. At this price tag point it is very good item at an even much better cost. It is low profile and fits simply in my Antec Minute slim case rather substantial if you are not familar with aftermarket heatsinks, but this is not a complaint . . . just an observation. Fantastic for moderate OCing but of course your mileage might vary (on your cpu). See other thoughts for recipe and other things reviewed. None that I can think of . . .. Cools properly with ten percent over-clocking. If you want much more cooling . . . then you may get the bigger brother (it is 120mm). The recipe for my build is as follows:Antec Minuet350 Piano Black Steel MicroATX Slim Case Computer system Case 350W 80PLUS Certified Energy Supply,BIOSTAR TA790GX XE AM2+/AM2 AMD 790GX HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard, AMD Phenom II X4 940 Deneb three.0GHz 4 x 512KB L2 Cache 6MB L3 Cache Socket AM2+ 125W Quad-Core Black Edition Processor, G.Skill HK 4GB ƒ x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory, Western Digital Caviar Black WD6401AALS 640GB 7200 RPM 32MB Cache SATA three.0Gb/s three.5" Internal Hard Drive - OEM SATA three.0Gb/s three.five" Hard Drive, Scythe SCSK-1100 100mm Sleeve "Shuriken Rev. B" three Heat Pipes CPU Cooler, SAPPHIRE 100252HDMI Radeon HD 4550 512MB 64-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2. x16 HDCP Prepared CrossFire Supported Low Profile Ready Video Card, Microsoft Windows Vista Property Premium SP1 64-bit for System Builders, MSI PC60G IEEE 802.11b/g 32bit PCI2.2 Turbo G Wireless Adapter Up to 54Mbps Data Prices 64렘-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2, TKIP,AES,802.1xSee each and every item for r
Braeden
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Review Date: 03/19/13
Comment:
Quiet (can not hear fan from more then two feet away even then it is quite quiet) seems like a solid develop No copper base, no other power adapters. This fan comes with a 4-Pin connector and no adapters. Of the two computers I installed in, 1 would not detect the cpu fan. I had to dig about in my bin of adapters to get a four to 3 adapter I got from a zalman cpu fan kit to make it function.
Devlin
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Review Date: 03/06/13
Comment:
- clean bracket mounting- quiet(haven't heard the fan kick up a lot in my HTPC)- came with thermal compound and three diverse bracket sets none so far none
Ren
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Review Date: 02/27/13
Comment:
Fit in Antec Black M FusionRemote 350 Micro ATX Media Center / HTPC Case100mm Fan Very good for Low-Noise and Respectable CFMAble to cool my Phenom X4 9950 BE 140W TDP in that smaller case No problems Mounted fine on ASUS M3A78-EM
Yvette
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Review Date: 02/07/13
Comment:
Japanese brand, quite higher high quality. Fits my SilverStone SG03. Quiet, excellent low profile, substantially far better than stock i5 760 stock fan. None This very easily fits my EVGA P55 Micro Sli motherboard. It will not block any of ram sockets. Dropped temps almost 20C over the stock Intel i5 cooler. No challenges to overclock my i5 760 to 4.2GHz.SilverStone SG03 MicroATX CaseIntel i5 760 @ 4.2GHzScythe SCSK-1100 100mm CPU CoolerGeIL Value PLUS 2x 2GB 1600 @ 2000OCZ Fatal1ty OCZ550FTY 550W Energy ProvideCorsair 60GB SSD + 2x WD500GB RAID
Marrim
Rating:

Review Date: 01/26/13
Comment:
The Shuriken is a very quiet CPU cooler, the quietest I've employed. In-box mounting equipment is great, even moreso with the Rev.B version. No issues at all keeping an HTPC-based Phenom x4 9350e rediculously close to area temperature given the just about non-existant noise level. Phenominal for bedrooms or environments that dicate as close to "zero noise" as you can get. All other "silent" coolers I've attempted lie. This one tells the truth! The offered fan could not spin up for you at all if your motherboard is in the adveritised PWM mode. I've mistakenly returned a single of these thinking it was defective, as a matter of reality. The moment the CPU warms up enough to send enough voltage to this fan, it WILL operate, although. With a Gigabyte 780G motherboard, I eventually had to disable CPU fan failure warnings for this cooler, considering that it won't spin at all proper away. I would advocate leaving any auto-temp-shutdowns enabled just in case the device in fact fails, but otherwise don't expect it to perform on a cold boot. Also, this cooler is not enough to substantially reduce a CPU temp, it's a lot far better at sustaining a temp. For illustration, if you get your CPU nice and hot from gaming, this cooler will not be able to bring it back down to an idle-level temp, but will instead maintain the CPU at a reasonable load temp. I would not advocate for gaming systems at all. Rev.B *only* adds an extra Intel mounting kit, otherwise this is identical to the Rev.A. Had a Rev.A that came with the fan upside-down, so assembly top quality may possibly be somewhat questionable. Overall, I give this cooler a 4Ǜ -- it's not great, but it may be as close as we can get for now if you genuinely don't want to be able to hear your Pc!
Neo
Rating:

Review Date: 01/23/13
Comment:
Not also tall, fits perfectly on my Thermaltake Lanbox Lite. Fairly quiet and appears to cool a Q6600 at stock speeds adequately. Wish the intel 775 mounting mechnism didn't use the push pin stuff (habit of slightly bending the board). It would have been nice if it utilised a mobo backplate and spring/w screws mechanism as an alternative.
Lida
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Review Date: 01/05/13
Comment:
Installs in seconds. With AM2, press integrated clips onto each side of HS. Accomplished assembling. Apply AS to CPU. Place HSF more than CPU working with current stock AM2 mount plate. Flip clip levers and locked. Accomplished. You don't even require to take away motherboard! Zalman great study a lot by checking out this mounting system. I am now another convert from Zalman to Scythe for CPU cooling.Silent and cool operating. Fits wonderful in tight mATX case. None. Applied as portion of a gaming HTPC connected to a HOT 50" plasma in a HOT Florida property. Corner exactly where Pc resides has ambient temps about 85F. HSF keeps CPU at least 5C cooler than method. Technique idle 47C, CPU idle 42C. Significantly cooler and quieter than stock BE2300 HSF. Cranked up the CPU to 315x9.5, or 3GHz, and Prime95 for hours, with CPU temp in no way going higher than 55C. All in a tight mATX situation. Other parts include HD 4830 with ZALMAN VNF100 fanless heatsink, 120mm situation intake fan, and 120mm PS fan at low.
Matsu
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Review Date: 12/30/12
Comment:
Really quiet, One of the only ones with a modest adequate form factor to match into my HTPC, runs cooler than the stock AMD cooler that came with the quad four processor None A dramatic distinction in the sound level... The only heat pipe silent cooler that would fit into my HTPC case. Extremely pleased.
Janus
Rating:

Review Date: 11/28/12
Comment:
Quickly fits into LIAN LI Pc-V351B case, keeps my I5먭 CPU at a stable temperature with a mild overclock. Unusually fantastic finish on the mating surface, not really mirror smooth. Versatile fan mounting. Affordable cost. Doesn't cool as nicely as a huge cooler.
Kaylana
Rating:

Review Date: 11/10/12
Comment:
Fits perfectly in my APEX DM-387 Slim case on a Foxconn G31MV-K Micro ATX motherboard. A lot of clearance with the side of the case and surrounding elements. None so far, just need to slow it down a bit, processor is plenty cool.
Sundari
Rating:

Review Date: 11/05/12
Comment:
-Awsome cooler-fits most or all AMD socket (mine is AM3)-lowered my temps from 36-38 C to 25-29 C-massive fan/lowprofile Might NOT Occur TO YOU-when I first turned comp on after installation, the fan turned for a second then stopped, then began up again devoid of challenge.-could have to move RAM if you are operating a mid atx mobo ( not really a con due to the fact i only use two 2GB modules Finest cooler for teh value subsequent to zalman. I also employed the paste that came with it, simply because I forgot to order some. But it works fine!
Ghita
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Review Date: 11/03/12
Comment:
price tag, incredibly low height ࿠mm) for my case that fit perfectly, moves great air, has a four pin connector, Incredibly quiet i imply this thing has no sound what so ever excellent for a htpc. looks kinda cool for a fan, Appears to not only draw heat from the cpu but from the case in general, in particular my northbridge which has been running a small warm. well, i wouldnt genuinely say this is a con, but i wish they produced a 92mm version, but that is a lot more for my case than anything. just could use a tiny added room or it would be good if you could turn the heatsink 90 degrees that would aid me quite a bit. this is my very first aftermarket cpu cooler, so im not an specialist, but i have constructed a lot of computer systems and im acquiring great temps, presently.personal computer specs:Arctic Silver five Thermal Compound - OEMScythe SCSK-1100 100mm Shuriken Rev. B three Heat Pipes CPU Cooler - RetailG.Ability 4GB Ɣ x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Quad Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model F2-6400CL5Q-4GBNQ - RetailMoneual LAB Black Aluminum MonCaso 312B Micro ATX Media Center / HTPC Case - RetailAMD Phenom X4 9650 Agena two.3GHz Socket AM2+ 95W Quad-Core Processor Model HD9650WCGHBOX - RetailASUS M3A78-EM AM2+/AM2 AMD 780G HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard - Retail
Huslu
Rating:

Review Date: 10/26/12
Comment:
Really quiet fan. Gave it three stars but read on Not greater than stock cooling for an AMD x4 955 in my case. I'm making use of this in an Siverstone SG-02 case and its worse than the stock fan that came with the CPU. Its mainly the circumstances fault but if its an aftermarket cooler it really should cool better proper? I reversed the fans on each but ahead of I reversed the fan on my stock heatsink i was acquiring the same temp that I am obtaining now with this fan reversed although my reversed stock fan was averaging 32C idle and 45C this factor is hitting 51C idle and 67C load. I know the case is seriously at fault but I was expecting an improvment right here. I just waisted 32bucks.
Temple
Rating:

Review Date: 10/22/12
Comment:
I genuinely like this cooler. I have it in an Antec MicroFusion 350 low-profile HTPC case and it fits beautifully. Was a breeze to install on an AM2 socket - didn't take considerably force for me to install it as opposed to some others have talked about. It's a quite quiet cooler, I truly can't hear it at all in my HTPC. None, it's like magic! I would recommend to anybody and would absolutely buy it once more when/if I will need a CPU cooler!
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
Brand Scythe
Model SCSK-1100
Spec
Type Fan & Heatsinks
Fan Size 100mm
Compatibility Intel LGA1366 / LGA1156 / LGA1155 / LGA775 / Socket478 processor

AMD Socket AM3 / AM2+ / AM2 / 940 / 939 / 754 processor
RPM 650200 rpm ~ 2,200 rpm (10%)
Air Flow 11.81 CFM ~ 31.91 CFM
Noise Level 10.5 dBA ~ 31.67dBA
Physical Spec
Fan Dimensions 100 x 100 x 12 mm
Heatsink Dimensions 105 x 116 x 64 mm
Weight 355 g / 12.52 oz (+ 115 g / 4.06 oz Fan)
Features
Features Extreme Low Height 64 mm!
Original Designed Super Slim 100 mm / 12 mm Thin PWM Fan
Tool Free Easy Installation
3 x Heatpipe yet Ultra Light Weight
Optional Fan Mounting
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
Labor 1 year limited

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