Scythe Fuma 3 dual tower CPU cooler launched for 50

Scythe Fuma 3 dual tower CPU cooler launched for $50

Scythe has introduced the new high performance Fuma 3 (SCFM-3000) air cooler, replacing the hugely popular Fuma 2 which was launched in 2019 and updated in 2022 with the Fuma 2 Rev.B.

    Image source: Scythe

Image source: Scythe

Kohler Fuma 3 repeats the formula of the previous version. This is a twin-tower cooling system with a height of 154 mm, which includes six heat-conducting tubes with a diameter of 6 mm. A distinctive feature of the new model is the asymmetrical shape of the cooler.

The manufacturer claims that compared to its predecessor, Fuma 3 offers more efficient cooling and even better compatibility with motherboards, including models in mini-ITX format. The cooler does not close the RAM slots.

The Scythe Fuma 3 cooling system also includes 120mm PWM Kaze Flex II (120 × 120 × 26mm) and Kaze Flex II Slim (120 × 120 × 15mm) fans. They are equipped with anti-vibration pads and work in the speed range from 300 to 1500 rpm.

The dimensions of the cooling system with built-in fans are 154.0 × 138.0 × 128.0 mm and the weight is 1095 grams.

The cooler comes with a new fastening system that supports new processor sockets and allows the cooler socket to be fastened to the chip cover in the most efficient way. Intel LGA 1700, LGA 1200 and LGA 115X sockets as well as AMD sockets AM5 and AM4 are supported.

Scythe Fuma 3 will be available in stores starting July 20th. The cost of new items is about $50.


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