MenuSearch | Country: United States | Currency: USD
Excellent
3,688 reviews at Trustpilot.3,688 reviews

Scythe were the first to bring to the market the first truly fanless CPU cooler - the NCU2000!

Sort by:
Only show:Products in stockSpecial offers

Scythe Ninja 5 Dual Fan High Performance Quiet CPU Cooler

12 in stock
Ninja 5 Dual Fan High Performance Quiet CPU Cooler
  • New and improved Ninja!
  • Utilises six 6mm U-shaped heatpipes
  • Exceptionally quiet, starting from just 4 dBA
  • Supplied with two Kaze Flex 120 PWM fans
  • Compatible with Intel and AMD CPUs
More Details
$73.40
Add to Basket

Scythe Choten TUF Gaming Alliance CPU Cooler

1 in stock
Choten TUF Gaming Alliance CPU Cooler
  • Asus approved TUF Gaming Alliance CPU cooler
  • Features H.P.M.S. mounting system
  • Exceptionally quiet, from only 4.0 dBA
  • Equipped with a RGB Kaze Flex PWM fan
  • Intel and AMD compatible
More Details
$57.73
Add to Basket

Scythe Kotetsu Mark II TUF Gaming Alliance CPU Cooler

20 in stock
Kotetsu Mark II TUF Gaming Alliance CPU Cooler
  • Asus approved TUF Gaming Alliance CPU cooler
  • Features H.P.M.S. mounting system
  • Exceptionally quiet, from only 4.0 dBA
  • Equipped with a RGB Kaze Flex PWM fan
  • Intel and AMD compatible
More Details
$57.61
Add to Basket

Scythe USB Double Foot Switch II

30 in stock
USB Double Foot Switch II
  • Convenient way of adding functions and ease of access/control to a computer
  • Great for gaming, music performance, accessibility and many other scenarios
  • New version II is quieter and has 3mm shorter switch travel stroke
  • Available in one, two or three-pedal versions
  • Long life span (over 1 million operations)
More Details
$51.14
Add to Basket

Scythe Katana 5 Quiet CPU Cooler

9 in stock
Katana 5 Quiet CPU Cooler
  • Quiet 92mm PWM fan, from 7.2 dB(A)
  • Fan speed: 300 - 2300 RPM ±10% from only 7.3 dBA
  • Improved cooling efficiency
  • Easy to install, no tools required
  • Compatible with Intel: LGA1366/115x/775 and AMD: FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/AM4
More Details
$38.17
Add to Basket

Scythe USB Single Foot Switch II

24 in stock
USB Single Foot Switch II
  • Convenient way of adding functions and ease of access/control to a computer
  • Great for gaming, music performance, accessibility and many other scenarios
  • New version II is quieter and has 3mm shorter switch travel stroke
  • Available in one, two or three-pedal versions
  • Long life span (over 1 million operations)
More Details
$37
Add to Basket

Scythe Kaze Flex 120mm PWM RGB 1200RPM Case Fan

62 in stock
Kaze Flex 120mm PWM RGB 1200RPM Case Fan
  • Quiet PC PWM cooling fan
  • Closed Fluid Bearings
  • Eight RGB LEDs
  • 24.9 dB(A) / 1200 RPM / 51.2 CFM
  • MTBF 120,000 hours
More Details
$16.50
Add to Basket

Scythe Kaze Flex 120mm 3-pin RGB 1800 RPM Case Fan

20 in stock
Kaze Flex 120mm 3-pin RGB 1800 RPM Case Fan
  • Quiet PC 3-pin cooling fan
  • Closed Fluid Bearings
  • Eight RGB LEDs
  • 35.8 dB(A) / 1800 RPM / 79.8 CFM
  • MTBF 120,000 hours
More Details
$14.38
Add to Basket

Scythe Kaze Flex 120mm 3-pin RGB 1200 RPM Case Fan

30 in stock
Kaze Flex 120mm 3-pin RGB 1200 RPM Case Fan
  • Quiet PC cooling fan
  • Closed Fluid Bearings
  • Eight RGB LEDs
  • 24.9 dB(A) / 1200 RPM / 51.2 CFM
  • MTBF 120,000 hours
More Details
$14.14
Add to Basket

Manufacturer Resources

“What’s happened to my PC, is it still switched on?”

“Since fitting the new fans on the CPU and case the PC has become so much quieter I can hardly hear it.

When I walk into the room for a brief moment I wonder if my PC is still switched on.

No more roar from the fans drowning out the quiet parts of a video or film.

Hooray!

The fan roar really used to annoy me. :(

The biggest problem I had was working out how to dissemble the original CPU cooling unit without breaking the tiny plastic parts that held the fan.

I suppose a special tool is required to do it easily.

However not to be out done, I used 3 thin-bladed table knives simultaneously to form a 3-sided tool on 3 clips to carefully unclip the old fan with no damage whatsoever.

I think the change of fans was very well worthwhile and I should have done it ages ago.”

(Review via Trustpilot)