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Scythe's 2-slot aftermarket cooler

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Scythe has just released the new Setsugen 2 cooler, supporting up to GTX470 (and HD6970). The main point is that it is a 2-slot design (vs 3-slot of so many others like Zalman, Gelid, Arctic Cooling, Thermalright...etc)

Performance is, of course, better than stock (6-8C better in the case of HD5870 and also more quiet) but, certainly, is no match for the 3-slot coolers. But, if 2 slots are the space that you only have, this might be your solution.

Site:
http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products...etsugen-2.html

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I've ordered this for my Gainward GTX460, as it is one of the very few cards that fit on it.
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My real question: is it better than the Scythe Musashi? They're both dual slot.
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AMD FX-6300 ASRock 970 Extreme3 MSI GTX 470 8GB G.SKILL Sniper 1600 1.25v 
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Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB LG GH22NS50 CM Hyper 212 Evo W7 Ultimate x64 
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Asus VE228H i-rocks KR-6820E-BK  Antec Neo ECO 520C  HAF 912 
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