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Sytrin KuFormula SHF1 Ultra Hard Drive Cooler

Makaveli    -   April 1, 2007


Installation:

    The first thing to do is to take the hard drive you plan on putting in the cooler out of its current place. Take off the top of the cooler and make sure that the unit’s fan cables are sticking out the back before you place the hard drive in. Next, you’ll want to place the drive in the cooler and apply the thermal pad on top. This helps dissipate heat a lot more efficiently.

 


Now, once the drive is in place, secure it using the long black screws provided. Snap the fan connectors into the supplied power cable and use the long silver screws to place the top back onto the cooler. Once that’s ready, slide the drive into a free 5.25” bay and connect the necessary cables. It’s as simple as that! Doesn’t it look great while it’s lit up?

 



Specifications:


Applications IDE, SCSI, SATA, SAS Interface
Dimensions 197 x 148.6 x 42.5 mm
Materials Aluminium + Steel
Fan Dimensions 40x40x20 mm
Fan Voltage 12v
Fan Power Input 0.8W
Fan Rated Current 0.07A
Fan Speed 4,500 RPM
Fan Noise 21 dBA


Features:

  • Smart design for various free cooling playing – HDD & Case cooling
  • Ultimate integration of DC fans, aluminum front panel and heat sink cover (SHF1 Ultra) for maximum cooling performance
  • Multi-functional bracket design for extra fan / HDD mounting
  • Blue LED DC fan built-in
  • Anti-shock protection design to reduce hard drive noise and vibration
  • Fits any 5.25” drive bay and any brand name hard drive
  • Application for 3.5" HDD of IDE, SCSI, SATA, SAS interface
  • Available for DIY applications, RAID towers, severs and industrial PCs



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