Evoluzione scythe ninja

 

 

 

Ecco i test:

Scythe NinjaCU vs Competitors: °C Rise
Reference 120mm Fan
12V
9V
7V
5V
NinjaCU
17
18
20
23
Original Ninja
14
16
17
21
Scythe Mugen
18
19
21
n/a
Thermalright Ultra-120
15
17
21
26
Thermalright Ultra-120 EX
12
14
17
24
Asus Triton 75
18
20
23
30

 


Three Ninjas on socket 478 clips, retested: °C Rise
Reference 120mm Fan
12V
9V
7V
5V
NinjaCU
17
18
20
23
Original Ninja
15
16
19
21
Ninja Plus Rev. B
24
25
28
31


Scythe NinjaCU vs Competitors: °C Rise
Reference 120mm Fan
12V
9V
7V
5V
NinjaCU
17
18
20
23
Original Ninja (new test)
15
16
19
21
Ninja Plus Rev. B
24
25
28
31
Scythe Mugen
18
19
21
n/a
Thermalright Ultra-120
15
17
21
26
Thermalright Ultra-120 EX
12
14
17
24
Asus Triton 75
18
20
23
30

 

Commento spcr:

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Conclusion #2: The differences between the three Ninjas are most likely caused by the variances in tension or pressure applied between the heatsink base and the CPU by each mounting clip. There seems little doubt that the original Ninja's mounting setup applies the highest pressure. This might actually be felt during installation, although we have no way of knowing for sure, as measuring the pressure when the heatsink is engaged would be quite a challenge. The CU's mounting system seems pretty close, but the small size of the tabbed hooks is not reassuring, and it cannot provide as much pressure; the thermal results speak for themselves. The pushpins of the 775 socket mounting for the current standard Ninja are quite poor in comparison. The move by many SPCR forum members to use Thermalright's LGA775 spring-loaded bolt-thru kit is an excellent way to improve the mounting setup of the Ninja with Intel CPUs. Surely, the tighter, more secure installation would improve cooling by at least a few degrees.
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Spcr inoltre afferma che le prestazioni del ninja sono peggiorate dal sistema di aggancio di esso al socket.
Utilizzando infatti un sistema di ritenzione simile a quello pubblicato questa settimana( sistema di ritenzione secondario ) si ha un guadagno prestazionale di ben 4° nelle medesime condizioni.

Scythe Ninja Plus Rev B: °C Rise w/ various clips
Reference 120mm Fan
12V
9V
7V
5V
Stock 775 pushpins
25
27
30
32
478 clip & NinjaCU hardware
24
25
28
31
Thermalright bolt-thru kit
21
22
24
26

 

 


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