Scythe SY1012SL12L Kaze JYU Slim 100mm 1000rpm Fan
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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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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!
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It works, and it is quiet. Not quiet enough, but what can you do?Published 2 months ago by Frank Gibson
Replaced an original of the same brand and model. No surprises.Published 10 months ago by Larry W. Hardin
Simple. Do the job. Just what I wanted. Still going after three years.Published 16 months ago by w1_m2
The title says it. Good if you need just to get some air flowing, but for serious cooling look elsewhere.Published on September 14, 2011 by N. Erath