Review

Scythe Yasya VS Artic Freezer7Pro Rev2

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Scythe Yasya

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Scythe Co., Ltd., (Registered and incorporated in Tokyo Japan) originally started its business operation in Japan’s famous “Akihabara Electric Town” located in the metropolitan Tokyo, where visitors can find a variety of products from the latest computer parts to the world’s most advanced high-tech electric devices. Sythe Co., Ltd., began its operation and business since November, 2002 as a distributor and the manufacturer of passive and low-noise PC parts. Since then, the company has established the R&D facility in Taiwan & China for production and quality control, and the USA office (in Los Angeles, California) & European office (in Hamburg, Germany) for customer care and sales support.”

Scythe Yasya Specifications
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Unboxing and First Impressions

It comes Very well packed and protected inside a Carton case, with a Great inside Accommodation.

Scythe Yasya CPU cooler Details
This is a very unique cooler, it has a very Shiny Appearance, a stylish look.


The cooler has 54 aluminum in a Wave form that gives the cooler a nice look. Despite this there´s a distance of 1, 5 mm between plates but this doesn’t affect air Flow much because with low Fan speeds good Air flow is achieved.

There are 6 HeatPipes on each side making a total of a massive 12 HeatPipe Cooler. The Heat Pipes are bent in more like a V-Shape than a U-Shape as usual.
At the Base of the Cooler There´s a extra heatsink that stays above the CPU center to maximize CPU cooling.
The 120mm Fan(s) can be mounted inthe two lateral sides of the Heatsink.
The Fan attachments to the Heatsink could be better they don´t seem very robust to me.

The base is Very hell polished to Maximize Thermal Compound heat transport. And a closer look on the Heatsink Innovative shape. Notice the HeatPipes Position(s).


A close look on Scythe Yasya Case, Manual and Accessories for Intel/AMD.
To add that the Cooler permits PWM regulation in various speed ranges. Thus, the 120mm Fan Works in “low” position in a PWM range of 470 to 1340 rpm. In “High” setting uses a PWM range from 740 to 1900rpm.


Installation and tests of The Scythe Yasya
Testing System
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1st Part Default settings
IDLE
Take in Account that both of the next tests without Overclock and with Overclock where made with Scythe Yasya fan in PWN(High) ,and Antec P193 in Low Speeds, further will fully test the Case.2h Each reading.

CPU at 2800 MHz, 1,39V; IDLE

In default Settings in Idle CPU Temperature is 27° and MotherBoard is 29° at less than 700 Rpm.

FULL LOAD
CPU at 2800 MHz, 1,39v; Full load

In default Settings in Full load CPU Temperature is 32° and MotherBoard is 30° at around 750 Rpm!

Graph Stock Cooler vs Artic Freezer7Pro Rev 2 vs Scythe Yasya at stock Speeds
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**Stock Cooler readings where taken before.
Scythe Yasya has kept the CPU with a lot Better temperatures, and much less Fan speeds.

2nd Part Overclocked settings
IDLE

CPU at 3800 MHz, 1,425V BIOS; IDLE

With Overclocked Settings IDLE CPU Temperature is 29° and the MotherBoard is 30°.Some may say not much difference between default settings, then look again twice Fan speed rotation 1400rpm, but still far from limit.

FULL LOAD

CPU at 3800 MHz, 1,43v BIOS; Full load

With Overclocked Settings Full load, CPU Temperature is 38° and the MotherBoard is 30°at around 1600Rpm.

Graph Stock Cooler vs Artic Freezer7Pro Rev 2 vs Scythe Yasya at Overclocked Speeds/Settings
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Looking at both graphics Scythe Yasya is clearly the Winner, having lower temperatures and Fan speeds in all tests.
I wasn´t expecting something else after all this is a 35€ High Performance CPU cooler.

Conclusion

The PVP: Around 40€
The Good: Lately High End CPU cooler have had a great Performance increase due to increase of Overclockers around the World. Scythe Yasya is one more High Performance CPU cooler among so many good others.
What makes this CPU cooler worth buying besides any other High performance CPU cooler?
If you want a Overclocking CPU cooler that is Innovative, Stylish and a good performer and has a Fan controller Speed, and want to keep your inside case great Look this is denefenetly what you are looking for!
The Bads: A high Performance cooler deserves a better system for attaching the Fan, and the Price is between 35/40€.
 

If you are Looking For a High Performance CPu for your Intel or AMD Quad Core , you defenetly want to take a look at the Scythe Yasya.

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