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Scythe Rasetsu (SCRT-1000) Heatsink - FIRST LOOK - Scythe Rasetsu (SCRT-1000) Heatsink - FIRST LOOK
Fri Jul 09, 2010 | 4:37P| PermaLink

Japanese heatsink maker Scythe has a new heatsink for the domestic market called the Scythe Rasetsu (SCRT-1000). From the outside it looks like a standard Scythe cooler... but upon closer inspection the unique fin geometry becomes apparent. The Scythe Rasetsu stands 130x130x141mm in size, comes with a 120mm fan that rotates at 740-1900RPM and weighs 730grams. The technology is called 'Trident Multi Layer Fin Structure', according to Scythe engineers this triangular pattern absorbs the maximum amount of air compared to the standard 'brick wall' approach.


ASUS Maximus II Gene Intel P45 mATX Motherboard Review  - ASUS Maximus II Gene Intel P45 mATX Motherboard Review
Mon May 18, 2009 | 1:46A| PermaLink
“To satisfy the desire for enthusiast/gamer mATX motherboards, Asus has created a new series of boards, the ROG Gene series. These mATX form factor motherboards sport the features of Asus' high-end ROG motherboards. The first of these to be seen was the Rampage II Gene, an mATX i7/X58 board. Our friends at Asus have now released an mATX Socket 775 ROG Gene motherboard, the Maximus II Gene. It looks to be the answer to what I'm looking for, an upper-end mATX board with Intel P45 chipset. Designed with the enthusiast/gamer in mind, it should be the platform for an awesome LAN party rig, which definitely fits my high-performance/high-portability desire. Will the Maximus II Gene do the job? Read on to see!"

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