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Scythe Unveils New Gentle Typhoon Case Fans Developed by Nidec

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  1. malware New Member

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    Scythe presented today the new Gentle Typhoon series of case fans developed by the Japanese Nidec Servo Corporation. Coming in 92mm and 120 mm sizes and eight different versions, these ball bearing fans are suitable for everyone and everything, from silent systems to high-airflow cooling setups. Gentle Typhoon Case fans are available now for $11,95 for the 92 mm versions and $16,95 for the 120 mm versions. The full list of all versions, follows below:
    • D0925C12B1AP-12, 92 mm, 1700 RPM @ 13 dBA, 44 m³/h
    • D0925C12B2AP-13, 92 mm, 2150 RPM @ 20 dBA, 58 m³/h
    • D0925C12B3AP-14, 92 mm, 2650 RPM @ 26 dBA, 71 m³/h
    • D1225C12B1AP-11, 120 mm, 500 RPM @ 5 dBA, 31 m³/h
    • D1225C12B2AP-12, 120 mm, 800 RPM @ 9 dBA, 48 m³/h
    • D1225C12B3AP-13, 120 mm, 1150 RPM @ 16 dBA, 63 m³/h
    • D1225C12B4AP-14, 120 mm, 1450 RPM @ 21 dBA, 85 m³/h
    • D1225C12B5AP-15, 120 mm, 1850 RPM @ 28 dBA, 98 m³/h

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    1 (cubic meter) per hour = 0.588577779 (cubic feet) per minute
     
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    cost to much and there ugly :p
     
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    Nidec fans are priceless, they are some of the if not the best fans money can buy. ;)
     
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    I thought fans were fans :( My world has been turned upside down.
     
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    meh my xilence fans are 68cfm@29dBA although probably really around 60cfm they still shift a good lot of air and keep my cf setup nice n cool :D i wouldnt pay $16 for a fan though :rolleyes:
     
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    they where free ;)
     
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    Ive got a white theme going on in my current rig which im going to extend into my new one aswell. I currently have 3 of these cooling my watercooling rad and 2 in the case, going to be ordering annother 7 for next build :) Well they were the real fans scan used in their dream pc 2008 (that won the comp). I took the scan sticker off at work and they were revoltec...


    Fans:
    http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=840671

    Scan Dream PC:
    http://3xs.scan.co.uk/ShowSystem.asp?SystemID=827 - Bargin at £12 grand :laugh:

    Plus they look sexy and only £7 a pop too! :toast: revoltec rocks!
     
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    Sleeve bearing. Awsome, or not.
     
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    Very nice and SEXY!!!!!!! looking fans. I could grab a couple of them up for my cases :D.

    Also of note, these fans are alot cheaper than some of the Yate Loons and others Ive seen folks throw around on these forums.
     
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    Nidec supposedly make some pretty kickass and smooth fans. No doubt, these are the high end fans from Scythe now. Wouldn't mind reading a review of these soon.
     
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    1 thing i want to see change is amt of fan blades, instead of odd numbers make an even number, aka 8-10 blades
     
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    I want a fan that looks good with great CFM,, as long as there under 40dBA. I use 13 aerocool fans in my setup & there quiet to me. Besides it's like an old hotrod,, I wanna hear it running.
     

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