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Scythe - BIG Shuriken 2 Rev. B 45.47 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler

( 4.4 Average / 19 Ratings )





BIG Shuriken 2 Rev. B

Part #


Supported Sockets


Liquid Cooled


Bearing Type


Noise Level

9.32 dB - 33.67 dB


500 - 2000 RPM


58 mm / 2.283"

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PNWDrew 15 points 46 months ago

Keeps my APU cool. A little large for a mini ITX board. Quiet enough but not silent by far.

rhayy 11 points 39 months ago
from completed build Mini powerful rig for work

Very impressed by its silence. No noise at all atlow speed, so low at full speed that I can't hear it when my external hdd is on.

ivadim 14 points 38 months ago
from completed build BlackRaven

Almost silent on idle and makes little noise on highload

luthery 39 points 37 months ago
from completed build RVZ02/I7 6700K/GTX970

Really hard to fit cables in after mounting this cooler.

silentgig 3 points 35 months ago

Great cooler with low noise and fits my mATX MOBO well. Difficult to find in Australia (I imported mine from Quiet PC in the UK). Swapped out the Intel Stock cooler on the i7-6700 for Scythe Big Shuriken 2 Reb B. Great improvement. CPU temp drop from 86 C to 61 C under load from PRIME95. A lot quieter under same load too from stock fan screaming at 2397 RPM to Scythe fan running at about 50% at 1024 RPM at max load. I like the down draft fan to keep MOBO components cool.

arbiterhand 108 points 34 months ago
from completed build LAN Schleppzock

Only four stars because installation was horrible. Does a good job even in the small Milo case!

Zarovzky 19 points 30 months ago
from completed build Node 202 - The Challenger

CPU Cooler: The Big Shuriken 2 is by far the best heatsink for the 12cm noctua fan. It has a lot of heatpipes and a very good dissipation surface. Another challenge here, I had to cut it a bit in order for the 44mm height ram to fit. The cpu fan is 1cm higher than the case.

Payolo 3 points 27 months ago
from completed build SFF All-Rounder

Very silent low profile cooler, does a great job. Only reason it lost a star is the price in Canada was significantly higher than anywhere else in the world.

ziggurat666 7 points 24 months ago
from completed build Ginga Ninja, A Rosco Build

For a LP cooler, it performs very well in the ATX environment. Wanted a Hyper T4, was on back-order locally, went with this guy off the shelf... But the mounting on LGA sucks because the push pin style barely fits under the fins. Tight fingers won the day here... cept it weren't my fingers ;)

Papayo 10 points 23 months ago
from completed build Ml08b recycled build

The shuriken fit perfectly in the ml08b. The i5 idles in the high 30s and? at load hits the low 50s. It would get 5 stars if the install wasn't so tricky. Made me wish for two more hands while I was trying to blindly attach the heatsink from the underside of the board while not dropping or crushing anything.