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Scythe New Concept Case Fan - Slip Stream 120mm Case Fans

Discussion in 'Industry News' started by Guest-16, 14 Nov 2007.

  1. Guest-16

    Guest-16 Guest

    Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces its original 120mm case fan, "Slip Stream 120mm Case Fan". By seeking the better performance yet not to compromise in the noise level, this Scythe original "Slip Stream 120mm Case Fan" is finally developed by the Scythe engineer to allow the higher airflow by reducing the dimension of the center hub, and this result in the wider surface area of the fan blade. The fan speed is arranged for 5 different rpm (500/800/1200/1600/1900rpm) to meet the demand from wide variety of users in the market. From silent users to power users in the market, you got more choices and airflows no matter which model you choose from! Better airflow than a standard 120mm case fan available in the market, and this gives the obvious benefit to use this case fan!

    Below (attached) are graphs showing a comparison of various fans including Scythe Slip Stream

    120, Minebea, and Scythe S-FLEX fans


    Model Name: Slip Stream 120mm Case Fan

    Model #: SY1225SL12SL (500rpm version)

    SY1225SL12L (800rpm version)

    SY1225SL12M (1200rpm version)

    SY1225SL12H (1600rpm version)

    SY1225SL12SH (1900rpm version)

    Manufacturer: Scythe Co., Ltd. Japan

    Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25mm

    Specifications: 7.50dBA / 24.50CFM / DC12V / 0.07A (500rpm version)

    10.70dBA / 40.17CFM / DC12V / 0.10A (800rpm version)

    24.00dBA / 68.54CFM / DC12V / 0.26A (1200rpm version)

    33.00dBA / 88.11CFM / DC12V / 0.41A (1600rpm version)

    37.00dBA / 110.31CFM / DC12V / 0.53A (1900rpm version)

    Weight: 115g

    Connector: 3-pin (3-pin to 4pin adaptor included)

    Bearing Type: Sleeve Bearing

    MTBF: 30,000 hours

    MSRP: 9.80 (USD)

    6.50 (EURO) excl. VAT


    Last edited by a moderator: 9 Apr 2014
  2. cosmic

    cosmic New Member

    6 Jul 2007
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    These look very nice and that's an attractive price assuming the Euros get converted to sterling at a reasonable rate.

    Not sure about the different models, I am inclined to buy the 800 RPM 10.70dBA fan and let the system run it slower when appropriate. Would prefer the 1200 RPM fan but given its rated 24.00dBA not sure how far that noise level falls with reduced speed. Nice one Scythe

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