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    Default Scythe Announces SlipStream 140XT Fan Series


    Japanese peripherals maker Scythe announced a pair of cost-effective 140 mm fans, the SlipStream 140XT and the 140XT PWM. The 140XT (3-pin, non-PWM) is available in four variants based on their top speeds, the 500 RPM SM1425XT12SL, the 800 RPM SM1425XT12L, the 1200 RPM SM1425XT12M, and the 1700 RPM SM1425XT12H. The 140XT PWM (4-pin PWM connector), comes in just the one flavor, the 1300 RPM SM1425XT12M-P. Both fans feature the same basic-looking design, measuring 140 x 140 x 25 mm, with square frames that feature mount-holes for both 140 mm and 120 mm fan-size standards. Both feature 500 mm-long cables for those hard to reach headers on your motherboard, and sleeved bearings that yield 30,000 hours MTBF.

    The SM1425XT12SL has a speed tolerance level of ±30%, can push 27.2 CFM of air at its rated speed of 500 RPM, with a noise output of 9.6 dBA. The SM1425XT12L tolerates ±20%, pushes 43.5 CFM of air, with a noise output of 14.3 dBA. The SM1425XT12M pushes 65.2 CFM of air, with a noise output of 23.2 dBA. The SM1425XT12H is the most pushy fan of the lot, driving 92.4 CFM of air, with 36.4 CFM noise output. The SM1425XT12M-P pushes a maximum of 70 CFM of air at 1300 RPM, with 24.7 dBA noise output.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/178635/Sc...an-Series.html

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    Default Re: Scythe Announces SlipStream 140XT Fan Series

    Nice fan's. Thank's

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    Default Re: Scythe Announces SlipStream 140XT Fan Series

    I thought someone posted a month or so ago that Scythe was closing it's doors ?

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    Default Re: Scythe Announces SlipStream 140XT Fan Series

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I thought someone posted a month or so ago that Scythe was closing it's doors ?
    LOL yeah so what gives? A Long Goodbye To Scythe ?

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    Default Re: Scythe Announces SlipStream 140XT Fan Series

    Kinda strange that they closed, but yet released new fans lol

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    Default Re: Scythe Announces SlipStream 140XT Fan Series

    I think just the North American distributor closed shop and the corporate headquarters selected someone else to distribute for them.
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    Default Re: Scythe Announces SlipStream 140XT Fan Series

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I thought someone posted a month or so ago that Scythe was closing it's doors ?
    "Scythe's USA division is going through restructuring and is currently seeking alternative resources in the US. As of right now it seems we can still have our Scythe fix via it's Taiwan division. I don't think we will be affected too much. It's all about how our current distributors communicate with Scythe TW."

    To Customers and Users

    Japanese manufacturer Scythe is hereby providing an official statement in regards to the closure of the US branch. Scythe US branch was managed separately from the Scythe Group. As the company which holds the stock of the US office had to close and will undergo restructuring, the Scythe US office inevitably had to close its doors, too. However, the other Scythe offices around the world are not influenced, due to Scythe Group’s head quarter in Japan being a separate company, and will continue business as usual.

    We plan to either open a new branch office in the US, or contract a main distributor in the near future. For the mean time, Scythe Taiwan sales office will take care of our US channels. Due to the Scythe Group structure, luckily there is no influence on any other Scythe offices.

    Retailers and distributors in the US are suggested to contact the Scythe Taiwan office directly as following:
    Scythe Taiwan
    4F., No.77, Sec. 1, Zhonghua Rd., Zhongzheng Dist.,
    Taipei City 100, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
    Email: hankp@scythe.com.tw
    Tel: (02)2388-0008
    Fax: (02)2381-6466

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