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Introduction

Today we tested the Musashi VGA cooler from Scythe, which has a large but thin heatsink, two heatpipes, and two 100-mm slim fans. Check it out!

Scythe named this cooler after Miyamoto Musashi, a famous Samurai warrior from ancient Japan, remarkable for developing a two-sword fighting style.

In Figure 1, you can see the Musashi box.

Scythe MusashiFigure 1: Box

In Figure 2, you can see the accessories that come with the cooler: manuals, 16 memory heatsinks, VRM transistor heatsinks, thermal compound bag, installation hardware, backplate, copper spacer, and power adapter.

Scythe MusashiFigure 2: Accessories

In Figure 3, you can check the cooler itself. It consists of a large but thin heatsink with aluminum fins, two heatpipes, and two 100-mm slim fans. There is a case bracket, with two potentiometers that allow you to adjust the speed of the fans.

Scythe MusashiFigure 3: Scythe Musashi

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Rafael Otto Coelho is a physicist with a master's degree in Education, and is a college professor in Brazil.