Scythe Kama Flex 135mm 1600RPM S-FDB Fan Review - Pictures

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The Kama Flex 135mm fans come in a very simple and attractive plastic packaging which lists specifications as well as the features of the fan.

 

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The back neatly lists information in many languages along with a graphic of their patented fluid dynamic bearing assembly.

 

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In addition to the fan, you also receive a 3-pin to 4-pin molex adapter as well as four standard fan screws.

 

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Here is a look at the other side of the fan.  You can see the cap on the fluid dynamic bearing, as well as get a very clear idea of the blade geometry Scythe employs to enable quiet operation without sacrificing airflow performance.

 

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This image provides a different perspective on the blade geometry, and really paints a picture of how swept and complicated their shape is.  It has worked well in many recent designs, and expect nothing less from a fan made by Scythe.

 

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Here is how the fans look on Scythe's Gekkou Case, fitting in the holes for a 140mm fan perfectly!

 

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