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    Default A Long Goodbye To Scythe ?



    Scythe one of the oldest manufacturers of PC Coolers was hit by the world economy crisis and has closed its doors forever. If you visit their USA site you will come accross this message:



    To Customers and Users



    Scythe USA Inc. has been a supplier of Scythe products for the past several years. In November 2012, Scythe USA had to make a difficult decision to end its operations as a result of the closure of its parent company. We greatly appreciate your business and support over the years.


    Sincerely,


    Masahiro Sakai


    CEO



    Although their EU site is up and running it seems that Scythe is a memory. So all i can say is that i wish the best to all working for Scythe and hopefully we may see them once again in the future, who knows.





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    Default Re: A Long Goodbye To Scythe ?

    damn....gotta to stock up some 3000rpm fans and controllers.

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    Default Re: A Long Goodbye To Scythe ?

    No!!!! Now its time to stock up on the GT AP15s

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    Default Re: A Long Goodbye To Scythe ?

    Can be to late...
    another manufacture is gone... probably just because of this Intel bul**** about stopping making customize PC... dam... who will be next.

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    Default Re: A Long Goodbye To Scythe ?

    I've never heard of them?

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    Default Re: A Long Goodbye To Scythe ?

    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    I've never heard of them?
    Really??? They make some killer fans! Time to place an order. Not a bad deal on them @NCIX NCIX 2 Pack Bundle Deal Scythe Gentle Typhoon 120MM Japan Servo Double Ball Bearing 1450RPM Case Fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesLT3 View Post
    Really??? They make some killer fans! Time to place an order. Not a bad deal on them @NCIX NCIX 2 Pack Bundle Deal Scythe Gentle Typhoon 120MM Japan Servo Double Ball Bearing 1450RPM Case Fan
    Scythe does not make those, Nidec Servo does. Scythe USA (not Japan) rebrands them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesLT3 View Post
    Really??? They make some killer fans! Time to place an order. Not a bad deal on them @NCIX NCIX 2 Pack Bundle Deal Scythe Gentle Typhoon 120MM Japan Servo Double Ball Bearing 1450RPM Case Fan
    Not a bad deal... at 12.50 each...
    Last time I was in on RRtech's group buy for the Ap15s and I got a bunch, but I used them all already.. I really like these fans.. though nothing fancy, they just work good..

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    Oh well it was nice while it lasted, if Intel follows through with it's plan, hardware review sites might also start being a thing of the past.
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    Default Re: A Long Goodbye To Scythe ?

    Never cared about Scythe's coolers. They were cool looking (no pun intended) but I had no use for them. I do however wish I'd picked up a Fenris Wolf back in the day. Despite it being so flimsy, it was a clean aesthetic.

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