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Opening up the either the S12-600 or S12-500, one is greeted with an impressively large pair of unique heatsinks. They are both dense and quite large, with a double row of fins. They resemble teeth on a coarse comb. The basic design originated in the Super Tornado; it is a clever way to maximize cooling surface area in the reduced height available to components due to the 1" depth of the 12cm fan.
Big HS fins reminiscent of teeth on a coarse comb.
Side view show components tucked under HS fins.
The other side is where the cables are terminated.
This 7-blade medium-speed ADDA fan has replaced a 5-blade Yate Loon 120mm
fan used in earlier versions of the S12-500 & 600.
As with the S12-430, cabling on the 500 and 600 is twisted to minimize EMI.
All the output cables are twisted for reduced EMI.
There are a total of nine cable sets. The main ATX cable seems a bit on the short side at 16", but it should reach most motherboards in most cases.
Easy-off 4-pin connector.
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