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Scythe Mine CPU Cooler
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Scythe
Source: Scythe USA
Purchase: PriceGrabber
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Scythe Mine CPU Cooler
June 20, 2006

The Basics (continued):

The image below shows the side of the heatsink base where you can see a bit of the fan clamping mechanism, as well as where the heatpipes meet the aluminum base with copper surface that contacts the CPU.

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The images below show the copper base of the heatsink. The below left image shows it with a protective blue film in place, and the below right image shows the shiny copper surface revealed.

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The picture I took of the exposed base does show that it is smooth and reflective, but it does not do it justice. The surface was a near perfect mirror, and just as flat as it was smooth and shiny.

Scythe includes a variety of other items with the Mine, and they are all detailed below. You receive an installation guide, mounting brackets for all the processors listed in the features/specifications, a 3-pin to 4-pin power adaptor, and a small pouch of white thermal paste.

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