Scythe's E-Otonashi Fanless EPIA M Case
March 02, 2004
Scythe in Japan, makers of some rather desirable heatsinks and cooling products, have created the noiseless E-Otonashi case, specially for the popular EPIA M 10000 motherboard. The E-Otonashi makes use of a rather clever Heatlane heatpipe attached between the 1Ghz C3 CPU and the original CPU heatsink (with original fan removed). Our upside-down picture shows the rather meaty rubber-sleeved black-anodized aluminum heatsink on the base. The chassis measures 280(W) x 190(D) x 90(H) mm and takes a 2.5in laptop-style hard drive and slimline optical drive, and the whole case is powered by a Universal 60W PSU, making the whole setup entirely fanless. We'll take some snaps of ours soon, in the meantime check out Silent Mike's review, or snap one up for yourself at our online store.
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