Scythe introduces updated Kotetsu Mark III cooler with support for

Scythe introduces updated Kotetsu Mark III cooler with support for LGA 1700 and Socket AM5

Japanese manufacturer of cooling systems Scythe has presented an updated model of the processor cooler Kotetsu, called Mark III. The manufacturer revised the design of the cooler for the cooling system to improve overall efficiency and also added support for the latest Intel and AMD processor sockets.

    Image source: Scythe

Image source: Scythe

Part of an aluminum radiator with 0.4mm thick ribs closely spaced, there are four heat conducting tubes with a diameter of 6mm. They are connected to a 40 x 40 mm base made of nickel-plated copper. The appearance of the cooling system is complemented by a decorative black metal cover located at the top of the radiator.

The Scythe Kotetsu Mark III cooling system comes with a 120mm Kaze Flex II fan. It claims a speed of 200 to 1500 rpm (PWM control) and a noise level of up to 28.6 dBA, the ability to generate airflow of 67.62 CFM and a static pressure of 1.5 mm water column. Art. It is equipped with anti-vibration pads to minimize noise. The fan uses a hydrodynamic bearing. The manufacturer specifies a working resource of 120,000 hours for the Kaze Flex II.

For the updated Kotetsu Mark III, the manufacturer also offers a new assembly system, which has received support for all modern processor sockets, including Intel LGA 1150/1151/1151/1156/1200/1700, as well as AMD Socket AM4 and AM5. The weight of the cooler is 723 grams.

The company said nothing about the cost and date of receipt of new items for sale.


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