With a plethora of coolers standing about 1′ high and weighing in at about a kilogram, it is the day of the huge case.  Small, slim cases just can’t handle most of the high end coolers, but using the stock cooler is just embarrasing. Hardware Secrets has found a solution in the form of the Scythe Big Shuriken heatsink.  It still uses a 120mm fan and sports enough mass to move heat better than a stock cooler, and it will still fit in slim cases.  If your case is big enough to take a full sized cooler you would be better off using one but if you don’t have the room, then check out the full review.

“This time we tested a low profile CPU cooler, the Scythe Big Shuriken. Only 58 mm tall, it is made to fit even SFF cases. It has a horizontal design, with four heatpipes and a 120 mm low profile fan. But, can it perform as well as its “big brothers”?”

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