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The inside panel has hardly any vents at all. This ensures that the airflow is vented out the back to the outside of the case. The fan is hardwired to a controller circuit on a small green PCB that is screwed to the smaller of 2 heatsinks.
The heatsinks themselves are similar to those in most other 120mm fans, and they are short enough to keep from interfering with the big fan and looking a bit undersized as a result.
Here is the center of the fan itself. It is a Yate Loon Electronics D12SM-12, rated at 0.3A at 12V. That sounds like the potential to move a lot of air. The Yate Loon Electronics web site confirms that this fan is rated for 1650 RPM and 56 CFM at a noise level of 39 dBA (presumably at 1 meter). However, this would be with the fan in free air, without any impedance to airflow (and therefore no additional turbulence noise).
There are a total of 6 wire sets, including a SATA drive connector:
32" long cable with two 4-pin IDE drive connectors and one floppy drive power connector
24" long cable with one 4-pin IDE drive connector and one floppy drive power connector
- 24" long cable with two 4-pin IDE drive connectors
21" long cable for main 20-pin ATX connector
21" long cable for dual 12V (P4) connector
21" long cable for 3.3V connector
- 17" long cable with SATA drive connector
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