Scythe Kazemaster Flat Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

 Scythe Kazemaster Flat Review  

 

Introduction

Scythe are no stranger to fan controllers, and it has to be said neither are we here at TTL towers.  Having looked at the Q12 and the Pro we now cast our gaze to the Kazemaster Flat.  With it's flip down flap hiding the controls and very low profile design it's clear that Scythe are aiming for the consumer who needs a fan controller that will fit behind a case door with no risk of extraneous knobs and excrescences fouling and preventing door closure.  The sleek lines and fairly basic spec sheet suggest that Scythe may be opting for the KISS approach here.  For further details lets take a look at the full specification

 

Technical Specification. 

Model NameKaze Maste Flat
Model-NoKM06-BK (Black)
Overall Dimensions (W x H x D)148,5 x 42 x 83 mm / 5.8 x 1.6 x 3.26 in
Display Dimensions (W x H)119.3 x 16 mm / 4.7 x 0.62 in
DC Input5 V or 12 V (From PC Power Supply)
DC Output3,7 V (±10%) ~ 12 V (±10%)
Fan Channels4
Fan Speed Range0 - 9990 upm
Temperature Channels4 (0 - 100°C / 32 - 199,9°F)
Weight:160 g
Accessories4x Temperature Sensor Cables, 4x Fan Cables, 1x Power Cable, 4x Mounting Screws, Installation Manual

 

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Most Recent Comments

05-12-2012, 10:48:17

tinytomlogan
With its sleek lines and low profile design the Kazemaster flat should fit behind even the snuggest fitting of case front doors.


http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...135823636l.jpg


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06-12-2012, 07:23:39

d6bmg
Looks very good, and these nice designs are good innovation by the company!! And good review!

11-12-2012, 15:12:47

1355970
I always wondered with these wired sensors ... aren't those "sticky plastics" accumulating heat?

11-12-2012, 18:07:05

Carambola
Hm, the Bitfenix Recon still seems like a better option to me

11-12-2012, 18:40:35

Ross_Kirkbright
very nice look but shame i got my NZXT Sentry Mix already

22-12-2012, 03:18:45

PsyTech
Good stuff. Got KazeMaster Pro, love it!
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