Scythe Yasya SCYS-1000 CPU Cooler Review - Yasya A Closer Look

 

Now, let's open it up and have a look!

The Yasya comes in a very attractive and secure box

Yasya Box

 

Upon opening the box, you are greeted with a very shiny, mirror-like finish and nickel plates goodness that makes up the top of the Yasya cooler

Yasya Box Top

Yasya Unbox

Now, let's take this beastly beauty out and see what it has for us!

Scythe Yasya CPU Cooler

Scythe Yasya

Yasya Bottom

As you can see from these various pictures, the T.M.L.F. fin structure is very different, and it has a plus of looking quite attractive as well!

 

In this next picture, you can see the base, which is Nickel-Plated, and it is very shiny and extremely smooth.  You can also see the six heatpipes which channel heat into varying parts of the tower using their unparalleled arrangement.

Yasya Base

Yasya Side

The top of the cooler is arguably my favorite visual aspect of this cooler, you get a cool visual of the Trident Fins, as well as a mirror-like Nickel finish on the top, which looks very attractive, especially once you have installed in your case.

Yasya Top

Here is the Slip Stream 120mm fan which attaches to the cooler to push air through the many fins, which has a rear-mounted variable fan speed knob, which is a very nice feature.

Yasya Slip Stream

 

Here are the mounting components found concealed neatly in the bottom of the box.  It includes push-pin mounts for Intel sockets, and mounting brackets for AMD sockets, as well as a small packet of thermal paste and brackets to mount the fan to the tower.

Yasya Mounting Components

Now, let's get this bad boy installed!

 

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