|Brand Name||Cooler Master|
|Item model number||R4-MFJR-07FK-R1|
|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.9 x 7.9 x 1.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.87 x 7.87 x 1.18 inches|
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Cooler Master MegaFlow 200 - Sleeve Bearing 200mm Silent Fan for Computer Cases (Black)
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- 700RPM/110CFM - High airflow for maximum cooling performance
- Quiet operation with low RPM
- RoHS compliant to protect the environment
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As improvements are made to today's computer components, energy consumption rises, causing the formation of increased heat. To battle the increasing temperatures, you are going to need improved cooling inside your computer. Integrating several small fans is not the correct solution as they will generate high noise levels. Larger fans are optimal for modern systems because they produce less noise. The Cooler Master MegaFlow has a diameter of 200mm and displacement volume of 184 m3/h, which is twice that of 140mm fans. These specifications allow excellent cooling and silent operation.
Top Customer Reviews
I didn't notice for MONTHS! Thankfully the geniuses that developed this also built in the technology to shut the fan down if this happens instead of burning the motor out.
I pulled this fan back out after replacing the original thinking it wore out. I realized it was a fit issue, so I used a dremel and just slightly ground down the outer shroud maybe 1/16th inch so ti would slide in easily.
Worked perfectly. Course I also did this wit the original fan, and it worked fine too :) but i left this one in because of the nice blue light.
Love this fan
UPDATE: 10-26-2016 -- Its been about 14 months since I installed the fan.
The Fan is now running very loud. Loud enough where its the loudest thing in the office. I know this just went out of the 1 year warranty, but I hate things that give up just after the warranty ends...
I will be looking for a different brand now hoping that it lasts longer than warranty period.
I recommend this fan for a larger (or a Cube type) case, or where a lot of airflow is needed. Keep in mind that this thing is BIG. It is nearly 8 inches diameter, so it will not fit comfortably in smaller cases.
Cons: Not much included with the fan (just screws and a molex converter)
Good 200mm fans are hard to find, but this Cooler Master works very well. I'm using it in a Corsair 650D as a single intake fan. I had to replace the original fan because it started to make a clicking noise and the stock fans aren't very good anyway. I wanted something quiet above everything else. The fan itself is quiet, however, because of the placement of the grill, there is a slight whining noise. I only went with the red LED version because it was the cheapest (compared to black and blue LED); I would have preferred the black, non-LED version. However, the red glow gives a nice accent to the entire case and actually matches the rest of my components, so it's a nice touch.
If Noctua made a 200mm fan, I probably would opt to go for that instead since the rest of my chassis fans are Noctuas.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bad: The air movement is near 30 cfm. Which can be okay if you're expecting that low.