Thursday, April 23rd 2009

Scythe Announces Kaze Q 3.5-inch Fan Controller

With the Scythe Kaze Q, Japanese cooling specialist Scythe Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan) extends its portfolio a 4-channel Fan Controller for 3.5" bays. Only best materials were used which give this product a high-quality appearance.

Maximum of 4 fans can be regulated independently with Scythe Kaze Q. Because of the wide range of output voltage (5 to 12 V) users can select whether they want their fans to be quiet or running at maximum performance level.

Due to its space-saving design (102 x 25 x 93 mm (WxHxD) and only 116 g), Scythe Kaze Q can be mounted perfectly into one 3.5" bay of conventional PC cases. The high-quality front panel made of brushed aluminum fits perfectly into the overall picture a top-quality PC system. Scythe Kaze Q 3.5" fan controller is now available for Euro 6.50 excl. VAT / US$ 16.75 plus TAX.

Product Information
  • Model Name: Kaze Q 3.5"
  • Model-No.: KQ01-BK-3.5 (Black) KQ01-SL-3.5 (Silver)
  • Dimensions: 102 x 25 x 93 mm | 4.01 x 0.98 x 3.66 in (WxHxD)
  • Length of Control Dials: 12 mm | 0.47 inch
  • Voltage Range: 5 V (±10%) - 12 V (±10%)
  • Fan Channels: 4 (max. 1 Ampere / max. 12 W)
  • Fan Speed Range: 0 - 9,900 rpm
  • Weight: 116 g
  • Accessory: 4x Fan Cable, Power Adaptor, Screws
For more information, please visit the product page.
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6 Comments on Scythe Announces Kaze Q 3.5-inch Fan Controller

#1
Basard
these are cool, i f your case's tool-less bay doesn't crush it them like a can.... we have a vantec 3.5 inch one, it's pretty flimsy... hard to tell from the pic, but it looks decent....
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#2
lucasweir
cheap too! i just got mine for 27 dollars! but its better
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#3
MKmods
Case Mod Guru
I wish companies would make quality controllers like these with more flush mounted knobs.
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#4
mdm-adph
These work with pretty much any case fans, right?
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#5
MKmods
Case Mod Guru
by: mdm-adph
These work with pretty much any case fans, right?
Pretty much, they also will work with a bunch of high speed ones (as long as they use less than 1A (amp) each)
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#6
mdm-adph
Hey, good -- I've got a couple of 70mm 7000RPM fans that sound like leafblowers. This would be nice.
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