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romper pjs Scythe Fuma 2 Rev.B CPU Air Cooler, Intel LGA1700, LGA1151, AMD AM4/Ryzen 120mm; Dual Towers Black Top Cover gift to girlfriend
romper pjs Scythe Fuma 2 Rev.B CPU Air Cooler, Intel LGA1700, LGA1151, AMD AM4/Ryzen 120mm; Dual Towers Black Top Cover gift to girlfriend
romper pjs Scythe Fuma 2 Rev.B CPU Air Cooler, Intel LGA1700, LGA1151, AMD AM4/Ryzen 120mm; Dual Towers Black Top Cover gift to girlfriend
romper pjs Scythe Fuma 2 Rev.B CPU Air Cooler, Intel LGA1700, LGA1151, AMD AM4/Ryzen 120mm; Dual Towers Black Top Cover gift to girlfriend
romper pjs Scythe Fuma 2 Rev.B CPU Air Cooler, Intel LGA1700, LGA1151, AMD AM4/Ryzen 120mm; Dual Towers Black Top Cover gift to girlfriend
romper pjs Scythe Fuma 2 Rev.B CPU Air Cooler, Intel LGA1700, LGA1151, AMD AM4/Ryzen 120mm; Dual Towers Black Top Cover gift to girlfriend
romper pjs Scythe Fuma 2 Rev.B CPU Air Cooler, Intel LGA1700, LGA1151, AMD AM4/Ryzen 120mm; Dual Towers Black Top Cover gift to girlfriend

romper pjs Scythe Fuma 2 Rev.B CPU Air Cooler, Intel LGA1700, LGA1151, AMD AM4/Ryzen 120mm; Dual Towers Black Top Cover gift to girlfriend

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      Using Kaze Flex II 120mm quiet romper pjs fan(Fluid Dynamic Bearing), FUMA2 Rev.B romper pjs uses romper pjs two different thickness(25mm & 15mm) PWM fans rotating in opposite direction. This generates higher static romper pjs pressure as well romper pjs as stable airflow thus pushing cooling performance to maximum while keeping silent romper pjs operation. romper pjs Addition fan clips is included to romper pjs add 3rd fan.For romper pjs complete transparency, I ordered this CPU cooler twice, after romper pjs a porch pirate stole the first one while I was at work. So shoutout romper pjs to Amazon for helping me romper pjs get romper pjs another cooler to romper pjs replace the stolen one.*So romper pjs ya probably wondering what romper pjs that asterisk on this review's headline is for. Simple: romper pjs I am NOT a computer expert. I am not romper pjs constantly romper pjs finding the ins romper pjs and outs of romper pjs how to build the next super computer for romper pjs our future robot romper pjs overlords. I'm just romper pjs a gamer/video editor who Google'd "How to build a PC on a budget" one day and eventually came here. If you're looking for the romper pjs right cooler for your romper pjs PC build, take what I say romper pjs with a grain of romper pjs salt and do romper pjs your romper pjs own romper pjs research like I did. That romper pjs being romper pjs said, I romper pjs bought this fan half a year ago on a budget and wanted romper pjs to test it out before I wrote this review. My PC romper pjs specs are romper pjs as followed:Motherboard: ROG romper pjs Strix Gaming B550-FCPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X.Cooling: Scythe Fuma 2 + two additional 120mm romper pjs fans romper pjs in the romper pjs PC case.RAM: romper pjs 32 romper pjs GBGPU: AMD Radeon RX 5700 XTHere romper pjs are my romper pjs findings:APPEARANCE: This is romper pjs definitely one of romper pjs the better looking CPU romper pjs fans romper pjs on the market. A nice sleek design with the company's logo etched into the fans and romper pjs top of the romper pjs radiators, romper pjs with various what look like rivets on top to give it even more of romper pjs an romper pjs edgy look. A very cool (no pun intended) design that doesn't stand out. romper pjs One obvious lack romper pjs of a feature is the RGB. If romper pjs that's what you romper pjs care romper pjs about, stay romper pjs away. If romper pjs you do romper pjs not (like me) then romper pjs this is a bonus.NOISE: This cooler, despite having two fans attached romper pjs to romper pjs it, is surprisingly romper pjs quiet. I stream romper pjs and record videos as a hobby and the old CPU fans I used could romper pjs be romper pjs picked up on my mic, despite placing my Pcs in various romper pjs locations. It was annoying. With this cooler, romper pjs no romper pjs longer romper pjs a problem. Its not completely quiet, romper pjs if ya listen hard enough you'll hear it easily romper pjs but its so minimal so who cares...if you're a casual romper pjs PC user. romper pjs If romper pjs you romper pjs are someone who overclocks your PC romper pjs (we'll get romper pjs more into romper pjs that later), ya gonna need this fan to romper pjs pick romper pjs up speed, romper pjs and that's romper pjs where the romper pjs sound romper pjs goes from romper pjs an afterthought to romper pjs noticeable, romper pjs and it's romper pjs still not as bad romper pjs as my romper pjs old CPU coolers running on minimal speeds.PERFORMANCE: Ok romper pjs now romper pjs for what's romper pjs really important: romper pjs Does it work Short romper pjs answer: Yes. Long answer: If you romper pjs are someone who does romper pjs not overclock your PC, this fan works wonders. Ive romper pjs tested its performance by leaving my PC on for a while, romper pjs casually romper pjs watching videos, romper pjs playing video romper pjs games ranging from League of romper pjs Legends to Apex Legends, using various programs for times ranging from a few hrs to romper pjs all nighters and I can feel the romper pjs fan constantly blowing romper pjs cold romper pjs air out of romper pjs my romper pjs PC. That part I was never worried romper pjs about. Overclocking is a slightly different story. romper pjs From an eye and feel test, I can romper pjs tell it does the job well. I looked romper pjs up romper pjs some actual specs and while romper pjs the Fuma romper pjs 2 does keep romper pjs an overclocking CPU in a romper pjs reasonable safe zone, romper pjs ya gotta remember romper pjs we are talking about overclocking here. You are pushing your CPU beyond its normal limits romper pjs and you run the risk romper pjs of permanent romper pjs damage to romper pjs your PC romper pjs if your cooler isn't up to the romper pjs task. romper pjs Sometimes reasonable isn't romper pjs good romper pjs enough. Now the Scythe Fuma 2 romper pjs is build romper pjs so you can add a 3rd fan to help out at the cost romper pjs of romper pjs noise, so romper pjs it does romper pjs have flexibility. However if you're willing to spend romper pjs extra romper pjs on a fan, ya might as well save up for a higher end romper pjs CPU cooler. But on its own, it gets the romper pjs job done and that added flexibility of a romper pjs 3rd fan can romper pjs still romper pjs be useful down the romper pjs road if romper pjs ya don't need it upon romper pjs initial buying but don't want to spend extra on a new cooler.Side note: I romper pjs bought the Scythe Fuma 2 around late romper pjs October romper pjs and I live in the Southwest romper pjs United States. I have yet to romper pjs see how this CPU will perform with the summer heat. romper pjs That will be the true test. romper pjs I will update this review around October for the results.VERDICT: I categorize the Scythe Fuma 2 CPU Cooler as a mid-tier option with romper pjs a lot of upside. romper pjs Its miles romper pjs ahead of any low-tier options but not quite as high romper pjs as the romper pjs more higher-end fans romper pjs out romper pjs there like Noctua or any custom water cooling system. romper pjs That being said, if you look up the specs, it does romper pjs occasionally rub shoulders romper pjs with the big romper pjs boys so on romper pjs paper, its a great CPU cooler and personal experience so far can back romper pjs that romper pjs up as well. And at $60 USD (at this time) that is an insane value!If you are on a budget for building romper pjs a PC for gaming, editing, drawing, etc. but you know how romper pjs important a good CPU cooler is romper pjs for what you romper pjs are gonna do, romper pjs the Scythe Fuma romper pjs 2 is an romper pjs absolute steal, with its performance, romper pjs noise and flexibility! I highly recommend it!Asymmetrical design allows unrestricted use of any front high RAM slot, and cut-out romper pjs fin design gives highly clearance(55mm) of rear RAM slot(LGA2011/2066). Standing romper pjs only 155mm romper pjs tall, the cooler fits most PC case on the romper pjs market.Award-Winning Twin Tower Cooler, dual heatsinks and romper pjs fans accelerate and enhance heat romper pjs dissipation for top-tier romper pjs high romper pjs performance. 6 x 6mm romper pjs heatpipes romper pjs and romper pjs copper plate base ensure romper pjs heat from CPU and drop temps. Ideal for mainstream, romper pjs gaming PC, even overclocking romper pjs with romper pjs high TDP processor(12900K, 12700K, 11900K, 11700K, romper pjs 10900K, 10980XE, 9900k, 9700k, 9600k,3700x)Premium HPMS romper pjs IV provides Fuma 2 romper pjs Rev.B with easy-to-install romper pjs experience and highly secure for CPU cooler romper pjs socket romper pjs INTEL LGA 1700 / LGA1200 / LGA115x / LGA2066 / LGA2011(V3) AMD romper pjs AM4 / AM3(+) / AM2(+) / FM(+) / FM1I've owned a Noctua D15 (dual fan romper pjs version) for awhile now and when I finally saw that Scythe romper pjs released a version 2 of the romper pjs fuma romper pjs I was curious and decided to get romper pjs it romper pjs and romper pjs test it out. It's been years romper pjs since I last used a Scythe cooler. Before installing the romper pjs Fuma 2 I ran a thermal benchmark using an absolute worst case unrealistic, brutal load and for that, Prime95 AVX with "Small FFTs" option romper pjs was the romper pjs obvious choice. My processor is a Intel I9 romper pjs 9900K with a P1 romper pjs TDP manually set to romper pjs 140 romper pjs watts and a P2 romper pjs of 175 Watts manually set in the bios. For monitoring I used HWINFO64 and let the test romper pjs run for romper pjs 20 minutes. After 20 minutes romper pjs these where romper pjs the results:Noctua D15 (dual fan version):Core Max temp: 79CCPU romper pjs Package temp: romper pjs 77CMotherboard CPU temp: romper pjs 67CAfter installing the Fuma 2 I ran the same romper pjs benchmark again with the Fuma 2 romper pjs stock configuration romper pjs which is having romper pjs the romper pjs 15MM romper pjs slim fan in the romper pjs front as intake with the 25MM in the center romper pjs for pull. Here are the results after 20 romper pjs minutes:Fuma 2 (stock config):Core Max temp: 82CCPU Package temp: 80CMotherboard CPU temp: romper pjs 70CSo the difference between a stock config D15 dual romper pjs fan version and a stock config romper pjs Fuma romper pjs 2 is about 3 - romper pjs 4C. Which falls in romper pjs line with romper pjs the difference between a D15 dual fan version and a D15S with its single fan. That's actually incredibly impressive for romper pjs the Fuma romper pjs 2 matching a romper pjs D15S considering it has a lower surface area heatsink compared to the D15/D15S.The D15 heatsink without fans is:160MM height150MM width135MM depthWhile the Fuma 2 without fans is:154MM height130MM width131MM depthAnd romper pjs its romper pjs even more romper pjs impressive that it was romper pjs only 3 - romper pjs 4C romper pjs difference compared to the romper pjs D15 romper pjs dual fan version considering the D15 has more surface area along romper pjs with romper pjs bigger, stronger fans compared to the Fuma romper pjs 2. The Fuma romper pjs 2 fans only offer romper pjs 0.9 (15mm) and romper pjs 1.05 (25mm) mmH2O static pressure vs the 1.5 romper pjs mmH2O of the romper pjs Noctua NF-A15 PWM fans. That romper pjs means romper pjs the Fuma 2 romper pjs heatsink is incredibly efficient at removing heat.So after initial testing I romper pjs decided to see romper pjs how romper pjs much better the heatsink would be if I romper pjs swapped the romper pjs front 15MM fan with a full size 25MM fan. Since I have romper pjs an extra Noctua NF-A12x25 from my previous project I had as shown in romper pjs an older pic attached to this review to romper pjs show my previous D15, romper pjs I romper pjs opted to use romper pjs it. The A12 has a static pressure rating of 2.34 mmH2O so romper pjs its a nice romper pjs increase over the romper pjs 15MM 0.9 mmH2O. I was really curious romper pjs to see how well it performs romper pjs with just one romper pjs on the romper pjs Fuma 2 because in the past I tried two of the romper pjs A12's on my D15 and it barely a romper pjs made difference. Only a 1-2C drop. romper pjs After another 20 minute test these were the results:Fuma 2 (A12 push, Kaze Flex 25mm pull):Core Max temp: 78CCPU Package romper pjs temp: 76CMotherboard CPU temp: 65CSo with a simple swap of the front 15MM fan with the A12 romper pjs I saw a nice 3 - 4C drop across the board. romper pjs Just romper pjs slightly 1C lower romper pjs than romper pjs the D15. romper pjs So romper pjs close its within margin of error. romper pjs This really shows the Fuma 2 actually benefits from having stronger romper pjs static pressure romper pjs fans romper pjs vs the D15. The romper pjs heat fin romper pjs system Scythe has going on romper pjs really does work and isn't a gimmick. So I had another idea to see romper pjs how well I can romper pjs push it and romper pjs decided to take advantage of the extra fan clips Scythe romper pjs includes by mounting the 15MM romper pjs fan on the back of romper pjs the heatsink for a triple fan setup. These were my results:Fuma romper pjs 2 (Triple fan):Core romper pjs Max temp: 75CCPU Package temp: romper pjs 75CMotherboard CPU temp: 63CPretty impressive but for my daily driving romper pjs I decided to romper pjs just keep romper pjs the romper pjs dual romper pjs fan config with the A12 in the romper pjs front and the Kaze Flex 25mm romper pjs in the center. It's a much romper pjs cleaner romper pjs look.In terms romper pjs of build romper pjs quality the Fuma romper pjs 2 romper pjs is identical to Noctua. High quality materials, nickleplated copper, romper pjs 6 heatpipes, amazing romper pjs heat fin innovation that really does romper pjs help increase romper pjs static pressure, romper pjs and a mounting romper pjs system nearly identical romper pjs to Noctua's. I actually prefer Scythes romper pjs clone of Noctua's mounting romper pjs system romper pjs because its mounting hardware feels more durable than Noctua's. Its pressure bar romper pjs is a lot thicker romper pjs and heavier and romper pjs the mounting bar system romper pjs is thicker and romper pjs heavier as well. I also like how Scythe added rubber padding underneath the romper pjs mounting romper pjs spacers. Noctua doesn't romper pjs do this romper pjs so you just have bare, hard plastic pushing against the PCB while the Scythe has romper pjs the romper pjs nice romper pjs rubber to prevent any chance of causing scrapes or scratches romper pjs against the motherboards PCB. Scythe also romper pjs includes a much nicer screw driver romper pjs as well. Its nearly identical to the romper pjs nice one BeQuiet ships with its coolers. An romper pjs actual, romper pjs fully function screw driver.In romper pjs terms of "defects" I didn't romper pjs notice any romper pjs with romper pjs my Fuma romper pjs 2. Nothing was bent. Nothing has dents, chips, "black stuff" or anything romper pjs like that. I romper pjs know one user romper pjs here left a review romper pjs complaining of having romper pjs a romper pjs bent heat fin and "black" stuff left romper pjs over from the Nickle plating process, but mine didn't come like that. Funny romper pjs thing is, romper pjs he romper pjs praised Noctua for "not having that" while my very romper pjs own D15 actually has that same black romper pjs stuff romper pjs on the side of romper pjs its base plate that was left romper pjs over romper pjs from the Nickle romper pjs plating process, romper pjs came with bent fins romper pjs that I could romper pjs never bent back romper pjs perfectly, and "chips" on its romper pjs base plate. Which is romper pjs nothing major and romper pjs that's romper pjs the romper pjs purpose of thermal paste. To fill in those imperfections. romper pjs I never dinged that romper pjs against Noctua romper pjs because that stuff is romper pjs normal. romper pjs None of it romper pjs affects romper pjs thermal performance. My $80 Morpheus GPU cooler I have romper pjs sitting next to me romper pjs on my desk in its romper pjs box has romper pjs the romper pjs same problems as my D15. romper pjs Even romper pjs my ancient Noctua D14 came with romper pjs bent heat fins and even its heatpipes where bent enough to push the forward heatsink inwards a bit.Overall romper pjs I'm extremely romper pjs impressed and happy with the Fuma 2. romper pjs It has officially romper pjs replaced my old D15 romper pjs for me. It's more romper pjs compact by being romper pjs smaller, weighs less, doesn't block romper pjs the first PCI-Express slot, has excellent ram clearance, romper pjs identical build romper pjs quality to Noctua, and looks romper pjs great. Scythe did a fantastic job romper pjs with it. romper pjs For $60 you cannot beat this romper pjs cooler. Stock configuration it competes romper pjs with a romper pjs D15S in performance but for $25-$30 romper pjs less and romper pjs comes romper pjs within the ballpark romper pjs of romper pjs a romper pjs D15 dual fan romper pjs version romper pjs for $25-$30 less romper pjs as well. If you have any romper pjs spare 120x25MM fans laying romper pjs around and don't populate all 4 ram slots romper pjs you can romper pjs replace romper pjs the 15MM fan with that romper pjs spare romper pjs and get practically identical D15 romper pjs dual fan version romper pjs performance romper pjs but for far romper pjs less. As of right romper pjs now, romper pjs I cannot recommend the D15 anymore. The romper pjs Fuma 2 is the way the go.


      Scythe Fuma 2 Rev.B CPU Air Cooler, Intel LGA1700, LGA1151, AMD AM4/Ryzen 120mm, Dual Towers, Black Top CoverAward-Winning Twin Tower romper pjs Cooler, dual heatsinks and fans accelerate romper pjs and enhance romper pjs heat dissipation for top-tier high performance. 6 x 6mm romper pjs heatpipes and copper plate romper pjs base ensure heat romper pjs from CPU and drop romper pjs temps. romper pjs Ideal romper pjs for mainstream, romper pjs gaming PC, romper pjs even overclocking with high TDP processor(12900K, 12700K, 11900K, 11700K, 10900K, 10980XE, 9900k, 9700k, 9600k,3700x)Asymmetrical design romper pjs allows unrestricted use of any front high RAM slot, and romper pjs cut-out fin design gives highly clearance(55mm) of romper pjs rear RAM slot(LGA2011/2066). Standing only romper pjs 155mm tall, the cooler fits most PC case romper pjs on the romper pjs market.Using romper pjs Kaze romper pjs Flex II 120mm quiet fan(Fluid Dynamic romper pjs Bearing), FUMA2 Rev.B romper pjs uses two different thickness(25mm & 15mm) PWM romper pjs fans rotating in romper pjs opposite direction. romper pjs This romper pjs generates higher romper pjs static pressure romper pjs as well as stable romper pjs airflow thus pushing cooling performance to maximum while keeping silent operation. Addition romper pjs fan clips is included to add 3rd fan.Premium HPMS IV provides Fuma 2 Rev.B with easy-to-install experience and romper pjs highly secure for romper pjs CPU cooler romper pjs socket INTEL LGA 1700 romper pjs / LGA1200 / LGA115x / LGA2066 / LGA2011(V3) AMD AM4 / AM3(+) / romper pjs AM2(+) romper pjs / romper pjs FM(+) / FM1



How to use Scythe Fuma 2 Rev.B CPU Air Cooler, Intel LGA1700, LGA1151, AMD AM4/Ryzen 120mm; Dual Towers Black Top Cover ?

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Buyer's experience:


      1: I've owned a Noctua D15 (dual fan version) for awhile now and when I finally saw that Scythe released a version 2 of the fuma I was curious and decided to get it and test it out. It's been years since I last used a Scythe cooler. Before installing the Fuma 2 I ran a thermal benchmark using an absolute worst case unrealistic, brutal load and for that, Prime95 AVX with "Small FFTs" option was the obvious choice. My processor is a Intel I9 9900K with a P1 TDP manually set to 140 watts and a P2 of 175 Watts manually set in the bios. For monitoring I used HWINFO64 and let the test run for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes these where the results:Noctua D15 (dual fan version):Core Max temp: 79CCPU Package temp: 77CMotherboard CPU temp: 67CAfter installing the Fuma 2 I ran the same benchmark again with the Fuma 2 stock configuration which is having the 15MM slim fan in the front as intake with the 25MM in the center for pull. Here are the results after 20 minutes:Fuma 2 (stock config):Core Max temp: 82CCPU Package temp: 80CMotherboard CPU temp: 70CSo the difference between a stock config D15 dual fan version and a stock config Fuma 2 is about 3 - 4C. Which falls in line with the difference between a D15 dual fan version and a D15S with its single fan. That's actually incredibly impressive for the Fuma 2 matching a D15S considering it has a lower surface area heatsink compared to the D15/D15S.The D15 heatsink without fans is:160MM height150MM width135MM depthWhile the Fuma 2 without fans is:154MM height130MM width131MM depthAnd its even more impressive that it was only 3 - 4C difference compared to the D15 dual fan version considering the D15 has more surface area along with bigger, stronger fans compared to the Fuma 2. The Fuma 2 fans only offer 0.9 (15mm) and 1.05 (25mm) mmH2O static pressure vs the 1.5 mmH2O of the Noctua NF-A15 PWM fans. That means the Fuma 2 heatsink is incredibly efficient at removing heat.So after initial testing I decided to see how much better the heatsink would be if I swapped the front 15MM fan with a full size 25MM fan. Since I have an extra Noctua NF-A12x25 from my previous project I had as shown in an older pic attached to this review to show my previous D15, I opted to use it. The A12 has a static pressure rating of 2.34 mmH2O so its a nice increase over the 15MM 0.9 mmH2O. I was really curious to see how well it performs with just one on the Fuma 2 because in the past I tried two of the A12's on my D15 and it barely a made difference. Only a 1-2C drop. After another 20 minute test these were the results:Fuma 2 (A12 push, Kaze Flex 25mm pull):Core Max temp: 78CCPU Package temp: 76CMotherboard CPU temp: 65CSo with a simple swap of the front 15MM fan with the A12 I saw a nice 3 - 4C drop across the board. Just slightly 1C lower than the D15. So close its within margin of error. This really shows the Fuma 2 actually benefits from having stronger static pressure fans vs the D15. The heat fin system Scythe has going on really does work and isn't a gimmick. So I had another idea to see how well I can push it and decided to take advantage of the extra fan clips Scythe includes by mounting the 15MM fan on the back of the heatsink for a triple fan setup. These were my results:Fuma 2 (Triple fan):Core Max temp: 75CCPU Package temp: 75CMotherboard CPU temp: 63CPretty impressive but for my daily driving I decided to just keep the dual fan config with the A12 in the front and the Kaze Flex 25mm in the center. It's a much cleaner look.In terms of build quality the Fuma 2 is identical to Noctua. High quality materials, nickleplated copper, 6 heatpipes, amazing heat fin innovation that really does help increase static pressure, and a mounting system nearly identical to Noctua's. I actually prefer Scythes clone of Noctua's mounting system because its mounting hardware feels more durable than Noctua's. Its pressure bar is a lot thicker and heavier and the mounting bar system is thicker and heavier as well. I also like how Scythe added rubber padding underneath the mounting spacers. Noctua doesn't do this so you just have bare, hard plastic pushing against the PCB while the Scythe has the nice rubber to prevent any chance of causing scrapes or scratches against the motherboards PCB. Scythe also includes a much nicer screw driver as well. Its nearly identical to the nice one BeQuiet ships with its coolers. An actual, fully function screw driver.In terms of "defects" I didn't notice any with my Fuma 2. Nothing was bent. Nothing has dents, chips, "black stuff" or anything like that. I know one user here left a review complaining of having a bent heat fin and "black" stuff left over from the Nickle plating process, but mine didn't come like that. Funny thing is, he praised Noctua for "not having that" while my very own D15 actually has that same black stuff on the side of its base plate that was left over from the Nickle plating process, came with bent fins that I could never bent back perfectly, and "chips" on its base plate. Which is nothing major and that's the purpose of thermal paste. To fill in those imperfections. I never dinged that against Noctua because that stuff is normal. None of it affects thermal performance. My $80 Morpheus GPU cooler I have sitting next to me on my desk in its box has the same problems as my D15. Even my ancient Noctua D14 came with bent heat fins and even its heatpipes where bent enough to push the forward heatsink inwards a bit.Overall I'm extremely impressed and happy with the Fuma 2. It has officially replaced my old D15 for me. It's more compact by being smaller, weighs less, doesn't block the first PCI-Express slot, has excellent ram clearance, identical build quality to Noctua, and looks great. Scythe did a fantastic job with it. For $60 you cannot beat this cooler. Stock configuration it competes with a D15S in performance but for $25-$30 less and comes within the ballpark of a D15 dual fan version for $25-$30 less as well. If you have any spare 120x25MM fans laying around and don't populate all 4 ram slots you can replace the 15MM fan with that spare and get practically identical D15 dual fan version performance but for far less. As of right now, I cannot recommend the D15 anymore. The Fuma 2 is the way the go.


      2: For complete transparency, I ordered this CPU cooler twice, after a porch pirate stole the first one while I was at work. So shoutout to Amazon for helping me get another cooler to replace the stolen one.*So ya probably wondering what that asterisk on this review's headline is for. Simple: I am NOT a computer expert. I am not constantly finding the ins and outs of how to build the next super computer for our future robot overlords. I'm just a gamer/video editor who Google'd "How to build a PC on a budget" one day and eventually came here. If you're looking for the right cooler for your PC build, take what I say with a grain of salt and do your own research like I did. That being said, I bought this fan half a year ago on a budget and wanted to test it out before I wrote this review. My PC specs are as followed:Motherboard: ROG Strix Gaming B550-FCPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X.Cooling: Scythe Fuma 2 + two additional 120mm fans in the PC case.RAM: 32 GBGPU: AMD Radeon RX 5700 XTHere are my findings:APPEARANCE: This is definitely one of the better looking CPU fans on the market. A nice sleek design with the company's logo etched into the fans and top of the radiators, with various what look like rivets on top to give it even more of an edgy look. A very cool (no pun intended) design that doesn't stand out. One obvious lack of a feature is the RGB. If that's what you care about, stay away. If you do not (like me) then this is a bonus.NOISE: This cooler, despite having two fans attached to it, is surprisingly quiet. I stream and record videos as a hobby and the old CPU fans I used could be picked up on my mic, despite placing my Pcs in various locations. It was annoying. With this cooler, no longer a problem. Its not completely quiet, if ya listen hard enough you'll hear it easily but its so minimal so who cares...if you're a casual PC user. If you are someone who overclocks your PC (we'll get more into that later), ya gonna need this fan to pick up speed, and that's where the sound goes from an afterthought to noticeable, and it's still not as bad as my old CPU coolers running on minimal speeds.PERFORMANCE: Ok now for what's really important: Does it work Short answer: Yes. Long answer: If you are someone who does not overclock your PC, this fan works wonders. Ive tested its performance by leaving my PC on for a while, casually watching videos, playing video games ranging from League of Legends to Apex Legends, using various programs for times ranging from a few hrs to all nighters and I can feel the fan constantly blowing cold air out of my PC. That part I was never worried about. Overclocking is a slightly different story. From an eye and feel test, I can tell it does the job well. I looked up some actual specs and while the Fuma 2 does keep an overclocking CPU in a reasonable safe zone, ya gotta remember we are talking about overclocking here. You are pushing your CPU beyond its normal limits and you run the risk of permanent damage to your PC if your cooler isn't up to the task. Sometimes reasonable isn't good enough. Now the Scythe Fuma 2 is build so you can add a 3rd fan to help out at the cost of noise, so it does have flexibility. However if you're willing to spend extra on a fan, ya might as well save up for a higher end CPU cooler. But on its own, it gets the job done and that added flexibility of a 3rd fan can still be useful down the road if ya don't need it upon initial buying but don't want to spend extra on a new cooler.Side note: I bought the Scythe Fuma 2 around late October and I live in the Southwest United States. I have yet to see how this CPU will perform with the summer heat. That will be the true test. I will update this review around October for the results.VERDICT: I categorize the Scythe Fuma 2 CPU Cooler as a mid-tier option with a lot of upside. Its miles ahead of any low-tier options but not quite as high as the more higher-end fans out there like Noctua or any custom water cooling system. That being said, if you look up the specs, it does occasionally rub shoulders with the big boys so on paper, its a great CPU cooler and personal experience so far can back that up as well. And at $60 USD (at this time) that is an insane value!If you are on a budget for building a PC for gaming, editing, drawing, etc. but you know how important a good CPU cooler is for what you are gonna do, the Scythe Fuma 2 is an absolute steal, with its performance, noise and flexibility! I highly recommend it!



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00