Introduction to the Scythe Yasya
Scythe is one of those companies that is known to put out some really good products especially CPU processors. Coolers like the Ninja and the Mugen were both top tier coolers during their time. The time i am speak of would be the socket 775 era. As new processors came out Scythe upgraded the bracket mechanisms to support the incoming sockets. The coolers did still perform very decently. But not at top-notch as better.
Well that is until our next review sample was released. Scythe route back to the top of the cooling throne begins with the newly released Yasya. The Yasya is the first in line to use Scythe’s new T.M.L.F or Trident Multi Layer Fin technology. This new technology simple put is placing the fins in an unparalleled arrangement to reduce the static pressure allowing for better heat transfer. Does it work? Read on and find out.
Scythe take on the Yasya
Yasya, high-end tower cooler is based on the newly developed T.M.L.F. (Trident Multi Layer Fin) structure. This provides a higher intake volume, thus enabling a more efficient use of the six fanned out copper heatpipes. For ventilation, new 120 mm fan “Slip Stream 120 Adjustable PWM” is used.