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Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces another original designed 140mm dimension-surface 120mm case fan, “Kaze Maru”. “Kaze” means “Wind” & “Maru” means “Round” in Japanese language. 500rpm version of this case fan is used for Scythe giant fanless CPU cooler, “Orochi” CPU Cooler as a default cooling fan to generate super silent CPU cooler. By making the shape to be round shaped, the screw hole for 120mm case fan is build-in to this case fan, which means the case fan can be mounted into the 120mm case fan position yet generate the performance and maintain the silence of 140mm equivalent. Round shaped case fan is also unique design in the today’s hardware market.&nb sp; By replacing the existing 120mm case fan on CPU cooler or case fan with this “Kaze Maru” 140mm case fan, more gain in airflow and reduction in noise can be accomplished! 3 various fan speed can be selected, 500rpm for super silent purposes, 1200rpm for silent purposes, and 1900rpm for silent yet more power/airflow purposes. Depending on your needs and demands, this case fan can be the versatile product to fit your needs!
 
Model Name:
Kaze Maru 140mm Case Fan (500rpm/1200rpm/1900rpm)

Model-No.:
SY1425SL12L (500rpm version)
SY1425SL12M (1200rpm version)
SY1425SL12H (1900rpm version)

Manufacturer:
Scythe Co., Ltd. – Japan

Dimensions:
140 x 140 x 25mm / 5.51 x 5.51 x 0.98in (WxDxH)

Specifications:
10.80dBA / 29.39CFM (500rpm version)
26.58dBA / 61.30CFM (1200rpm version)
41.13dBA / 104.54CFM (1900rpm version)

Weight:
131g / 4.23oz (500rpm version)
137g / 4.42oz (1200rpm version)
175g / 5.65oz (1900rpm version)

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

Cable Length:
30cm / 11.81in

Bearing Type:
Sleeve Bearing

MTBF:
30,000 hours

MSRP:
19.99 (USD)
9,50 (EURO) excl. VAT
 
Scythe Kaze Maru
 
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Most Recent Comments

27-08-2008, 20:39:50

Pseudonym
They would be good for a boot drive, especially as they are faster, but i'd definitely need one with more storage space.

28-08-2008, 02:52:50

monkey7
Of course they are not meant as datas storage, but I certainly find SSD's interesting for boot and OS drives. If the 32gb's are below €50 (not likely) I might even consider taking two of them in raid 0 and using them for my os/games.

28-08-2008, 04:09:05

Mr. Smith
Interesting... I'd get one to boot from if the price was right...

28-08-2008, 05:57:55

Rastalovich
Think the biggest thing that might be `driving` this is the advent of SATA3.

I don`t appreciate what price these are going to sell for atm, but it would seem to me that they, and other manufacturers, may well push forward with the newer SATA standard and be selling these as `existing stock`.

Not sure how well they`re selling, I`ve not come across any in the field.

28-08-2008, 08:31:23

SuB
wow price dependent i might just get one of these to boot from.
looking at that i doubt it'l be long before motherboards come with a built in SSD or something? all drivers and stuff pre-included! imagine the possibilities?!
infact imagine if they started introducing it the same way ram is now? slots that you can upgrade with a strip of memory chips?
the possibilities are endless....

28-08-2008, 10:49:01

nathan
woooo, these could come in handy for my planned kitchen cuboard pc :p

29-08-2008, 09:48:38

PP Mguire
These are pretty slow compared to Intels offerings.

29-08-2008, 12:23:35

Zoot
With the sizes that the current SSDs are offered in, I can safely say It'll be a very long time before I get one.
3TB of Samsung Spinpoints for my last build cost me roughly €250. :D

29-08-2008, 12:54:52

nathan

These are pretty slow compared to Intels offerings.



these are budget ones though, intels arnt.

29-08-2008, 13:07:10

Talonaer
Must say these new SSD drives are advancing nice and fast :)
My dream of a totally silent PC may appear before I die
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