Builds on the Mine 2's design.
Shaves off weight, boosts performance.
Little and large to launch in June.
Big cooler for high-TDP applications.
Triples maximum current to 3A per channel.
Low-cost cooler for high-TDP chips.
Start-up's second product due June.
Two new coolers to launch this month.
Trademarks a-plenty in the R1 heatsink.
Upgrades its X-Structure design.
New retaining clip design, clever fan.
US arm shuts, fans world-wide panic.
Reducing the speed of your case fans can dramatically lower noise levels and usually doesn't hurt temperatures too much. We take a look at three of the latest multi channel fan controllers.
Usually a company more associated with heatsinks than chassis, Scythe has just released the ultra silent Fenris Wolf. With all aluminium construction and a whisper quiet cooling system, can the Fenris Wolf prove a worthy entry into the enthusiast case market? Read on to find out!
Scythe goes back to basics with it's new fan controller - the Kaze Master. We find out if the sleek and stylish exterior houses an equally impressive product, or if the Kaze Master is all show and no go.