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Scythe Mugen MAX

Scythe Mugen MAX heatsink structure

Scythe Mugen MAX is a cooler made entirely for enthusiasts to provide the best possible cooling performance with its overall dimensions of 145 x 86 x 161 mm and weight of 720 g without the fan. The cooler itself is made of nickel-plated copper contact plate, 6 x Ø6mm nickel-coated heatpipes and aluminum fins made according to the T-M.A.P.S. (Three-dimensional Multiple Airflow Pass- through Structure) technology used for first time in Scythe’s flagship, the Mugen 4 cooler.



The cooler itself is made with asymmetrical assembly of the base plate made to provide a comfortable clearance to the memory slots of the mainboard after installing the heatsink.


Scythe Mugen MAX fan

Scythe Mugen MAX is equipped with a single GlideStream 140mm PWM fan made to operate at 500 (± 300) ~ 1.300 (±10%) revolutions per minute range, providing airflow level range of 63,5 ~ 165m³/h, static level pressure range of 0.15 ~ 1.02 mmH2O at noise level range of 13 ~ 30.7 dBA. The model offers sleeve bearing and PWM power and regulation. The cooler is suitable to be used with second fan too for the best possible cooling performance.

According to the official technical details the product is supplied a very user friendly mounting kit made to be used with:

  1. Intel Socket LGA: 775, 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366 and 2011 (Square ILM)
  2. AMD Socket:  AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2, FM2+

Dobrin Krastev is the owner, reviewer and newsman of www.DVTests.com with more than 15 years' experience in personal computers, server and storage systems, UPS, peripheral devices and software. Passionate about testing and reviewing, AMD overclocking using AM3 990FXA and AMD FM2 A85X test systems and building modding projects.

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  1. very interesting cooler

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