Scythe Yasya handles the heat load

by Rafael Hernandez on June 11, 2010 · 0 comments

Scythe Yasya CPU coolerCooling a high end processor is no easy feat especially given the amount of added stress most overclockers put on their CPUs with their higher clock rates and a good dosage of extra voltage.

The Scythe Yasya CPU Heatsink makes use of six heatpipes and can mount two fans to quickly dissipate the heat load from a processor. Legit Reviews has a look:

With the system overclocked slightly to 3.5GHz the Yasya was still in the top 5, cooling our i7-920 to 65.25*C on high. It was still behind the NH-D14 by 3 degrees, but 18.25 degrees cooler than the stock Intel HSF. With the Yasya on low, the temp came in at 69*C, nipping at the heels of the Noctua NH-U12P single fan configuration.

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