Scythe Grand Flex 120 mm Fans Spotted in China

Some of Scythe's new fans, the Grand Flex series, have been spotted on a Chinese website. This series of fans is detailed to start off with five 120 mm fans, all of which have a new, interesting blade design. It appears that the idea of this blade design is to provide better airflow while producing less noise.

The fans will come in numerous versions. They are all 120 mm fans that are 25 mm thick. Four of the fans are normal voltage regulated fans with three-pin fan connectors, and one of them is a PWM version with a four-pin fan connector. The voltage-regulated models have speeds of 800 RPM, 1200 RPM, 1600 RPM, and 2000 RPM.

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SM1225GF12SL8001830.50.53 mm
SM1225GF12L120023.545.81.15 mm
SM1225GF12M160028.561.12.0 mm
SM1225GF12H200034.576.63.2 mm
SM1225GF12SH-P600 - 240013.5 - 39.524.2 - 98.60.28 - 4.55 mm

There was no word on what the fans would cost, but they are expected to ship starting July 3, 2013.

Niels Broekhuijsen

Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

  • danwat1234
    I don't see any spotted fans.
  • heero yuy
    you know I thought akihibara was in japan not china...
  • serafim
    4.55mm-H2O SP sweet.....
  • photog10
    good inexpensive fans but not durable/reliable. bought 6 to replace antec 900 and 2 for true120 and all died within 1.5 years. they all squeaked and locked up. and cs sucks azz. cheap is expensive.
  • __-_-_-__
    nothing to see here. not the cheap, not expensive, not great price/performance, no low db high cfm, no high cfm. no other features, no great durability. pass.
  • opmopadop
    Get yourselfs down to Jaycar and purchase an IP55 fan instead.