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Scythe Announces Slip Stream 140 mm Case Fan Series

Scythe Announces Slip Stream 140 mm Case Fan Series

 

Scythe announces the brand new Slip Stream 140 mm fan series which is the successor of former Kaze Maru 140 mm fan series. These new models have been first introduced as a PWM version in combination with the recently released Grand Kama Cross CPU Cooler, and are now available as four individual retail products. Interested users can have the choices among 500, 800, 1,200 and 1,700 rpm models, where the 500 rpm model is specified with 27.2 CFM (46 m³/h) at 9.6 dBA and the fastest mode 92.4 CFM (157 m³/h) at 36.4 dBA.

 

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New Slip Stream 140 fans feature a smaller center hub with larger fan blades, which results in higher airflow at lower fan speed. Regular 120 mm screw holes are used to mount the Slip Stream 140 mm fans, which allow wider range of uses. Scythe Slip Stream 140 mm case fan series is available for 9.95 EUR (excl. VAT) or US$ 12.00 (excl. TAX).

 

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Product Details:

 

Model Name:

 

Slip Stream 140

 

Model No.:

 

SM1425SL12SL (500 rpm)

 

SM1425SL12L (800 rpm)

 

SM1425SL12M (1,200 rpm)

 

SM1425SL12H (1,700 rpm)

 

Dimensions:

 

140 x 140 x 25 mm

 

5.51 x 5.51 x 0.98 in

 

Fan Speed:

 

500 / 800 / 1,200 / 1,700 rpm (±10%)

 

Noise Level:

 

9.6 / 14.3 / 23.2 / 36.4 dBA

 

Air Flow:

 

27.2 / 43.5 / 65.2 / 92.4 CFM

 

46 / 74 / 110 / 157 m³/h

 

Weight:

 

141 g / 4.97 oz.

 

Connector:

 

3-Pin (4-Pin Molex Adapter include)

 

Bearing Type:

 

Sleeve Bearing

 

MTBF:

 

20,000 Hrs

 

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