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Scythe SY1012SL12L Kaze JYU Slim 100mm 1000rpm Fan

by Scythe
4.2 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

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  • Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 12 mm / 3.94 x 3.94 x 0.47 in
  • Fan Speed: 1000 rpm
  • Noise Level: 14.5 dBA
  • Air Flow: 15.23 CFM = 25 m3/h
  • Rating: 12V / 0.09A
  • Connector: 3-pin to 4-pin adapter included
  • Bearing Type: Sleeve Bearing
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Product Description

The 100 mm Kaze Jyu Slim's thickness is a mere 12 mm and manages high airflow at low rpm. This model is fitted with screw mounting holes of 100 mm and 92 mm, and can be applied as a case fan as well as cooling of HDDs. It is fitted with a sleeve bearing and has a lifespan of up to 30,00 hours. A 3-pin to 4-pin molex adapter is included.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.9 x 3.9 x 0.5 inches ; 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0017K8X4M
  • Item model number: SY1012SL12L
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
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This fan was perfect for my application, a super small mini-itx computer used in the bedroom where the lowest noise level was top priority along with effective cooling. This fan replaced the stock cooler on a Silverstone NT-707 CPU cooler in an M350 case, and it's better because the fan is larger in diameter (while still being thin enough to fit) so it moves more air throughout the chassis (which helps cool the graphics chip as well) and because it's inaudible unless my ear is right next to the case. Also, the fan position can be reversed so air is pulled up and out of the chassis instead of pushing air down into the CPU, which is more effective because it utilizes the natural convection cooling of the case which allows hot air to rise while pulling in cool air from below. This is the first Scythe fan I've used and it's very impressive.
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I am using this as the pull fan on my cpu cooler. Cooler is open air and has mounts for 92mm fan, I like that this fan is a bit oversized and still fits standard mounts. Great temp reductions for me. Standard cable is a 3-pin which is fine for me. Comes with 4-pin adapter. I have purchased 3 fans and a fan controller from Scythe and so far am very pleased with all of their products!

NOTE: also comes with rails to mount to a 3.5" HDD. I think I may order another just to further cool my HDD's!
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I think this is the only 100mm fan still being manufactured. I bought this to replace the fan that failed on my Scythe Shuriken heatsink. It's the same exact fan that's just clipped on there. It was very easily replaceable.
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I purchased this fan to install in my PC that didn't come with a case fan. The case has a place to mount one, but I assume the manufacture was trying to save a buck and use natural convection for cooling. Bad idea once you start adding accessories.

The installation was super simple because there was a place for one. My M/B only has has two fan ports, one for the CPU and the other I use for the PSU. But the kit comes with a 12V connector that you can use to connect it to a HDD power supply connector in lieu of connecting to the m/b if you want.

It doesn't seem to move a lot of air though but it is SUPPER QUITE! I had to get a small piece of tissue to see if the fan was actually moving any air. I'll reserve judgement on how well it cools the case until I have it installed for a couple of weeks or so, (I just got it installed.)

I knocked off one star because I did see any indication for air flow direction and I had to reinstall the fan. I also had supply my own screws as the ones provided are WAY too short. This was a non issue for me as I had a box of #6 screws and lock nuts.
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I found a Scythe Shuriken Rev B low profile CPU cooler in a used computer store but with a Noctua 92mm PWM fan clipped on instead of the original Scythe fan. That worked fine but was a little noisier than I wanted for my HTPC, even w/the Asus fan control set to Silent. So I started looking around for the PWM fan packaged with the Shuriken only to find out that Scythe doesn't sell them separately. So I took a risk on this 3-pin fan instead and so far it's working great. It's cooling a Pentium G3258 (not overclocked) with CPU core temps peaking around 45 C during video playback and around 35 C at idle. Better yet, the fan is so quiet that with the case open and my ear right next to it, I'm not sure if I'm even hearing it at all above the fan in the power supply right above it (this is an a Cooler Master Elite 110 mITX case with just a single Noctua 140mm PWM case fan for intake).

Given that the fan runs at a constant 1000 rpm vs. 650-2200 rpm for the PWM fan sold with the Shuriken Rev. B, I probably wouldn't want to use this to cool an i5 or i7 doing video encoding or running any other intensive, multi-threaded app. But for any HTPC or general use computer it seems to work just as well, not to mention a lot better than the intel stock cooler if you're picky about noise.
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I needed a fan to cool down a dual core setup in a very tight space (in the dashboard). I was hoping based on the size that this fan would work. It's definitely whisper quiet, but simple doesn't push the air i need to cool the system
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I LOVE this fan - I ended up gluing it to the back blade cover and putting it in between cards as one was running too hot. It brought it back down to the expected operating temperature while staying very quiet.
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