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Scythe Introduces Slim Stream 120 PWM High-RPM Fan

Scythe Introduces Slim Stream 120 PWM High-RPM Fan

 

Japanese Cooling expert Scythe is announcing the availability of a new High RPM version of the popular Slip Stream PWM fan series. Slip Stream 120 PWM High-RPM is equipped with PWM feature which allows the mainboard to automatically control the fan speed in a range between 500 (+200 rpm) and 1,900 rpm (±10%) whereas the airflow of up to 110.31 CFM is being created which equals ca. 187,41 m³/h. This allows the High RPM version to cover a wider range compared to the already existing Slip Stream 120 PWM fan which is spinning in a range of 0 (+200 rpm) and 1,300 rpm (±10%) making the High RPM version suitable for high performance systems as well as overclocking use.

 

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Besides the Slip Stream 120 PWM Adjustable which allows to adjustment of the PWM bandwidth and the Slip Stream 120 PWM & V.R. which additionally gives the possibility to manually control the fan speed using the Voltage Regulation, new Slip Stream 120 PWM High-RPM is equipped with the standard PWM feature allowing the automatic fan control via the mainboard.

 

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New Slip Stream 120 PWM High-RPM is available for 7,25 EUR (excl. VAT) or 12.00 USD.

 

Product Details

 

Model Name: Slip Stream 120 PWM High-RPM

 

Model No.: SY1225SL12LH-P

 

Fan Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm / 4.72 x 4.72 x 0.98 in

 

Fan Speed: 500 (+200) - 1,900 rpm (±10%)

 

Noise Level: 7.5 - 37.0 dBA

 

Air Flow: 24.50 - 110.31 CFM = 187.41 m³/h

 

Weight: 121 g / 4.27 oz.

 

Connector: 3-Pin (4-Pin Molex Adapter included)

 

Bearing Type: Sleeve Bearing

 

Current: 0.51 A

 

Operating Voltage: 12 V

 

MTBF: 30,000 Hours

 

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For more details, visit the product page.

 

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