Scythe Ninja Wire Review - Pictures and Installation

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The Ninja Wire comes in very typical Scythe packaging, sporting the predominantly blue and orange color scheme, and with the contents in the box very secure, with little to no rattle in the contents whatsoever.

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The back has some basic usage guidelines, but unlike most products, this product is fairly wide open to be used as anyone wants or needs.

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Here, it can be seen how the wire threads through the screw which is used to tighten the wire to the hooks used to attach the wire to the case.

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Then, a small thumb-tightening nut is used to tighten down the screw, holding the wire in place.  The screw has a hex-shape at its base so that it can be tightened down at a variety of angles to the hook.

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Here is the ninja wire with both hooks attached, as you can see I chose to have the wire go straight down from the hooks.

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Here it can be seen one of the many ways we figured we could secure our Scythe Yasya CPU cooler, as the push-pins are not 100% secure, and there was still a slight wiggle, which was cause for minor concern while moving the case.  However, with the use of the Ninja Wire, it stabilized it both vertically and horizontally, and practically no wiggle was noticeable, even when rather violently shaking the case.  It also improved our cooling temperatures, which I'll go into more detail on in the Conclusion.

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Here is a closeup of how we chose to attach the Ninja Wire to our Antec 900, and installation took less than two minutes to do, and was remarkably simple!

 

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