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Tuesday, 02 September 2008 11:20

Scythe launches Kaze Maru fans

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Round shaped, 140mm

Scythe has announced its newest series of the Kaze Maru case fans. These round shaped 140mm fans will be available in three different versions depending on users speed/performance preference.

The new Kaze Maru fans can also be mounted on 120mm holders and will be available in 500, 1200, and 1900RPM versions. The low speed one produces 10.80dBA of noise, the 1200RPM does 26.58dBA's and the fastest, 1900RPM one, produces 41.13dBA of noise. The larger diameter blade design should give more airflow without adding to the noise level output.

The new fans come with sleeve bearing and have a MTBF of 30,000 hours. All three should be available soon at a suggested price of US $19.99 and €9.50.

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