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Monday, 23 June 2008 12:11

Scythe launches slim case fans

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Two Kaze-Jyu Slim fans

Scythe has announced two more case fans in rather interesting dimensions: 100 x 100 x 12mm. The new fans will be called Kaze-Jyu Slim 100mm case fans.

The only difference between the new fans is their speed; the first one will spin at 1000RPM, while the second will have a higher, 2000RPM speed. The 1000RPM version will produce 15.23cfm (25m³/h) of airflow at 14.5dBA of noise. On the other hand, the 2000RPM might produce 27.60cfm (46.86m³/h) of airflow, but its noise level rises to 29.2dBA.

The 100mm design is used for the hard drive mounting kit which comes bundled with this cooler. The suggested retail for the new Kaze-Jyu Slim stands at US $8.80 and €4.15 for both the 1000RPM and 2000RPM models.

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