Scythe is really known for their air CPU Coolers, and we’ve tested a good handful over the past couple of years. Today we are checking out their Grand Kama Cross 3, which has a very unique design. While the design is a little unconventional, it might actually turn out to be a very effective cooler. The unique design is what Scythe calls their X-Struktur design that makes use of two large heatsinks, 4 large 8mm-thick copper heatpipes, and a 140 mm GlideStream 140 PWM fan. Let’s see what the Grand Kama Cross 3 can do!
Special thanks to Scythe for providing us with the Grand Kama Cross 3 CPU Cooler to review.
Model Number: SCGKC-3000
Socket LGA2011 / 2011-v3 (Square ILM)
Overall Dimensions: 171 x 147 x 140 mm / 5.79 x 5.51 x 6.73 in
Weight: 790 g / 27.86 oz
Accessory: mounting parts for Intel and AMD sockets, screw driver, wrench, thermal grease, installation manual
Baseplate Material: Nickel-plated copper 38 x 38 mm
Scythe always does a great job on their packaging. On the front we have a photo of the cooler and it lets us know that compatibility, which is pretty much everything including AM4 and LGA2011 v3! On the back of the box you’ll find information on the warranty in a few different languages. Then on the sides you have information on the different technologies that the cooler makes use of as well as a list of specifications and measurements.
Opening the box up and getting everything out you have the Grand Kama Cross 3 CPU Cooler, mounting hardware for both Intel and AMD setups, thermal paste, a screwdriver, and instructions.