Scythe Unveils New 40mm Fan

"Big time cooling and power company Scythe Inc. have released a new 4cm fan for extra quiet cooling. See inside for more details..."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 10/01/07
Author: MikeEnIke
Source: Scythe

Official Press ReleaseScythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces the silent 4cm fan, Mini Kaze.

Low noise is of course the standard feature of this fan, along with the versatile 2-pin to 3-pin connector that ensures the fan can be put to a multitude of uses. Idea for replacing the default fan attached to chipset, external HDD case or graphics card, this mini fan may well be idea to repace the generally noisy 40mm fans in your system.

• Model Name: Mini Kaze 4cm Silent
• FanModel #: SY124010L
• Manufacturer: Scythe Co., Ltd. Japan
• Dimensions: 40 x 40 x 10mm
• Specifications: 3500rpm / 14.00dBA / 4.11CFM
• Connector: 2-pin (3-pin adaptor included)
• Cable Length: 10cm
• Bearing Type: Sleeve Bearing
• MTBF: 30,000 hoursMSRP: 4.45 (USD) 6.95 (EURO) excl. VAT

Check out the Official Mini Kaze website .

Does the Mini Kaze look like a great addition to your rig? Discuss your opinions in our forums.
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Most Recent Comments

10-01-2007, 08:42:36

I couldn't see one at Kustom, don't suppose you could fire me a link?

19-01-2007, 21:26:07

I know you said that you can't really be bothered to wire them up yourself but it should be a pretty simple to do. This may be your only option if you can't find a switch. I can think of an easy way to do it without acctualy having to crack open either of the PSU's. Why exactly do you need to run 2? One for computer and the other for casemods?

20-01-2007, 06:59:58

Couldn't find it on Kustom either seems they stopped doing it

20-01-2007, 12:24:24

link the green wire to your switch and then to ground black wire but the power suply would turn off as soon as you press the button so it would be best to get a connecter

20-01-2007, 14:17:13

Sticky Mick
Just had a Google myself.

Is it one of these you're after?

20-01-2007, 17:10:59

i dont think thats what hes after i think its a connecter so that when he turns on the computer both psu's start so that he can runn his harddrives and other stuff off one psu and motherbard and stuff of another

20-01-2007, 17:35:08


21-01-2007, 02:01:46

Sticky Mick
Ahaaaaa! Got ya now;)

I'll keep lookin'. If I find something I'll post it here.

22-01-2007, 04:48:01

Cheers. Actually, we were planning on using a Stacker case, and it looks like it might come with the cable included anyway :worship:

22-01-2007, 04:48:47

Yep the stacker does indeed come with one (well: the normal stacker does I know)

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