Cooler Master MasterAir G200P and MasterFan MF120 Halo

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Cooler Master MasterAir G200P

This new heatsink from the Cooler Master MasterAir range, it is a model specifically geared to the needs of a very specific type of user. We speak, obviously, of users of narrow HTPC-type boxes, or ITX boxes, in which the height of the heatsink is always somewhat low. Because the dimensions This new MasterAir G200P is designed specifically for mini ITX motherboards. These dimensions are 95 (W) x 92 (D) x 39.4 (H) mm.

The heatsink uses copper base, along with two heat pipes of the same material. Meanwhile he fan that mounts, is a model of 92 mm in diameter, located in its upper part, so that the air that pushes then leaves to the sides, cooling the components around the heatsink.

Speaking of the fan of this new heatsink, it is a slim type model, which is only 15 mm thick. This is attached to the heatsink frame by 4 screws, located in their corresponding holes in the corners. Its feeding is by PWM, with a turning range, between 800 and 2,600 rpm. These speeds generate a maximum air flow of 35 cfm, with a static pressure of 2.4 mm H2O and a maximum loudness of 28 dBA.

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The fan owns RGB lighting, that we can control thanks to a cable control that connects directly to it.

The price Cooler Master MasterAir G200P is 43.26 euros.

Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 Halo

This new fan the manufacturer has placed it in the category of models for fans for box or for heatsinks.

The MasterFan MF120 Halo It is a fan that, as we think you will have all assumed, has a 120 mm diameter, with a width of 25 mm, as usual in this type of fans for box and / or for heatsinks. Its feeding is done by connector PWM 4-pin, which allows you to have a turning range that ranges between 650 and 1,800 rpm. Thanks to that, the flow of air that is capable of moving reaches 47.2 cfm, with a sonority between 6 and 30 dBA.

The Bearing which he uses is a rifle type, which is one of the least loud in the market. To this is added that the fan blades have designs inspired by those used in jet engines or helicopters. The objective, with this, is to reduce as much as possible the noise generation, while the fan is running.

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As you can see in the images, the Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 Halo fan uses type lighting ARGB, for which it uses the usual 3-pin connector. This technology is compatible with most software designed to control this type of lighting, such as the ASUS AURA SYNC or the ASRock Polychrome.

The price This Cooler Master fan is 15.11 euros.