xsreviews.co.uk: Scythe have been making some of the best coolers around for a couple of years now and they have always been rather large and excessive; but very effective. Today I have with me something that is again, rather excessive and with some of the strangest box art I have ever seen; the Scythe Andy Samurai Master.
techpowerup.com: I was extremely pleased with the Andy Samurai Master Cooler. The quality of the construction is excellent, the base is very smooth and flat, and the whole cooler is light in weight. The installation was so incredibly easy, it only required a few quick steps, and nothing had to be removed from the case to install it. On top of that, the performance was great. Although fan noise was not completely silent, it was rather low and, in fact, much lower than the three heatsinks tested against it.
technic3d.com: The Scythe Andy Samurai Master CPU Heatsink arrived Technic3D. The Scythe Infiniti or Mine to Big for your Case? See you in the following Review a small Version from Scythe against others CPU Cooling.
dragonsteelmods.com: Scythe, the name just seems to work great for a cooling company, and it's a name that has become synonymous with top quality, great performing CPU coolers. Today for review I have the Scythe Andy Samurai Master 6 Heatpipe CPU Cooler, and I've put it to the test on both my Intel and AMD systems for this review, so read on to see what I learned...