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Design and Functionality

We have already tested quite a few air-coolers that surprised us with their shapes and designs. However, we have never seen anything like Scythe Kama Angle before. Take a look:

We see a very curiously shaped heatsink. In fact, t some of you it may look more like a combination of two heatsinks attached at a corner, and to some – like a single heatsink bent at a 90-degree angle:

Anyway, this is a very simple and efficient solution. I wonder why no one has ever tried to make anything like that before. Let me explain the advantages of this approach.

First of all, an angle heatsink like that allows using the fan inside the power supply unit as well as the fan on the case rear panel in the most efficient way. This is what it looks like schematically:

 These “free” exhaust fans will make up for the additional fans on the outside of the heatsink, although you can still put them up if you wish as the design allows it:

 
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