New Scythe 120mm Fans with 38mm thickness and Higher Static Pressure

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New Scythe 120mm Fans with 38mm thickness and Higher Static Pressure.

Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces three new 120mm fans. These new fans provide a better performance by integrating the higher "Static Pressure" feature. Unlike the common fans with 25mm thickness, the new "Ultra Kaze 120" comes with 38mm thickness. The slowest model (DFS123812L-1000) is specified with 1000RPM, 19,81dBA and 44,44CFM. Furthermore, it is designed for silent operation in a PC system. Other models of "Ultra Kaze 120" (DFS123812L-2000 and DFS123812L-3000) aim for enthusiasts who are seeking high performance and high airflow for their PCs. These fans are ideal and can maximize the performance Heatsinks that have a higher number of fins and a smaller distance between the fins. The following graphs show a comparison between the new "Ultra Kaze 120" fans, Scythe standard fans (supplied with Scythe 120mm CPU Coolers), and Scythe S-FLEX Version D (800RPM).


Model Name: Ultra Kaze 120mm Case Fan (1000rpm/2000rpm/3000rpm)
Model #:
DFS123812L-1000 (1000rpm version)
DFS123812L-2000 (2000rpm version)
DFS123812H-3000 (3000rpm version)
Manufacturer: Scythe Co., Ltd. Japan
120 x 120 x 38mm
Specifications: 19.81dBA / 44.44CFM / DC12V / 0.25A (1000rpm version)
32.91dBA / 87.63CFM / DC12V / 0.25A (2000rpm version)
45.90dBA / 133.60CFM / DC12V / 0.60A (3000rpm version)
3-pin (3-pin to 4pin adaptor included)
Cable Length: 30cm
Bearing Type:
Sleeve Bearing
30,000 hours
8.90 (USD)
7.56 (EURO) excl. VAT

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Scythe Ultra Kaze 120

View the Scythe Ultra Kaze 120 product page here

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