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Kama Stay - Extra cooling solution utilizes a PCI-Slot

Kama Stay - Extra cooling solution utilizes a PCI-Slot


Hamburg, Germany. 9th October 2009: Scythe presents the new product, Kama Stay (Model Nr.: SCKST-1000). A simple very flexible product for mounting additional fans into an unused PCI Slot. The set also includes a manually regulated 120 mm Slip Stream Slim fan.


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Kama Stay is a highly-adjustable cooling platform that can be mounted onto an unused PCI Slot. Improved stability is granted by screwing the frame to a case like a common PCI expansion card. Once installed, Kama Stay allows you to mount all kinds of fans in many different positions. Even 140 mm fans can be used with this new accessory. Due to its high flexibility, Kama Stay helps you to adapt and improve the existing Airflow in your PC case.


Keeping your system cool is not the only task Kama Stay can handle. Optionally, you can also mount up to three 2.5" HDDs or SSDs. Just set the frame to the matching height and fix the drives with screws. Supplied 120 mm Slip Stream Slim fan works in an operating-speed range of 800 to 2,000 rpm. The fan speed can be controlled by using the pre-attached potentiometer located in the PCI bracket.


Scythe Kama Stay is now available for EUR 12.25 (MSRP, excl. VAT) or US$ 19.00 (MSRP, excl. TAX.)


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Model name:
Kama Stay
Modell No.:
SCKST - 1000
Compatible Attachment:
(3x) 2.5" HDD / SSD
Fan 80 ~ 140 mm
Slip Stream Slim 120 mm
Fan Speed:
800 (±30%) ~ 2.000 rpm (±10%)
19.40 ~ 45.75 CFM
Noise Level:
19.53 ~ 33.67 dBA
Bay Occupancy
1x PCI Slot
295 x 34 x 153 mm (15.55 x 1.34 x 6.02 in)
330 g (11.64 oz)


Accessory included:
Screw for Hard Disk Installation (8 pcs.), Screw for Fan Installation (10 pcs.)


Kama Stay Product Page


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