Monday, September 24, 2018
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Scythe Fuma CPU Cooler Review

I am a pretty big fan of Scythe CPU coolers. While the company is not all that well known here in the United States their coolers perform quite well and are priced quite aggressively compared to some of the other big name cooling companies out there. Today on the review block we have the Scythe Fuma CPU Cooler. This is a dual-tower cooler that features two of Scythe’s own Slip Stream 120 mm PWM fans, six 6 mm copper heatpipes, and Scythe’s Hyper Precision Mounting System. Is this the CPU cooler for your next build? Read on as we find out!

Special thanks to Scythe for providing us with the Fuma CPU Cooler to review.

Features:
– Twin-Tower-Design
– Compact height without loss of cooling performance
– Flexible Fan mounting
– Equipped with reliable Slip Stream Series fans

Compatibility:
Intel:
Socket LGA775
Socket LGA1150
Socket LGA1151
Socket LGA1155
Socket LGA1156
Socket LGA1366
Socket LGA2011 / 2011-v3 (Square ILM)

AMD:
Socket AM2
Socket AM2+
Socket AM3
Socket AM3+
Socket FM1
Socket FM2
Socket FM2+

You can check out the full list of specifications here.

Packaging
The Fuma comes in Scythe’s typical retail packaging. It says Fuma on the front and lets us know the compatibility.

Scythe Fuma CPU Cooler

On the side of the box there is a full overview of the cooler with dimensions and a full list of specifications. It is great to have all of this on the box so you know everything before you buy the cooler.

Scythe Fuma CPU Cooler

On the opposite side some of the main features of the cooler are detailed like the Hyper Precision Mounting System, Twin Tower 6 heatpipe design, dual fans, and triple fan mountable structure.

Scythe Fuma CPU Cooler

Getting everything out of the box we have a Scythe Fuma cooler, two Scythe Slip Stream 120 mm PWM fans, mounting hardware for both AMD and Intel, thermal paste, fan clips, and installation instructions.

Scythe Fuma CPU Cooler

Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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