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Cooler Master launches their MasterFan SF120M

Would you pay $29.99 for a fan?

Cooler Master launches their MasterFan SF120M

Cooler Master launches their MasterFan SF120M

Cooler Master has officially released their premium MasterFan SF120M series of PC case fans, offering a design that's designed for pure performance and costs $29.99 in the USA. That's right; Cooler Master is ready to take on the likes of Noctua in the premium fan market. 

The SF120M features a patented anti-vibration motor design that features a dual ball-bearing design for reduced friction and minimised noise output. In addition to this, Cooler Master has used an exclusive sound dampening frame design to lessen vibrations further and to dampen the fan's noise output further. 

With the SF120M, Cooler Master has also used a fan structure which minimises blade flex, reduces the chance of fan breakages and helps to maximise airflow. The fan also uses a detachable PWM cable and offers switches that can define top speeds that range from 1200 RPM to 2000 RPM on the fan directly. Cooler Master's detachable fan cables will allow users to create multi-fan setups for easier cable management and to use custom braided fan cables. }

More information on these fans is available on Cooler Master's website

  

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23-09-2019, 18:29:50

looz
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Would you pay $29.99 for a fan?
No. Quote

23-09-2019, 19:32:02

NeverBackDown
I did. For Noctua quality though. NFA12x25. Best fans I ever and that's coming from someone who used GT's before. These Noctua fans are so silent and create a wind tunnelQuote

23-09-2019, 20:22:33

OMG.PLS.NO
Not paying that sorta money for a ball bearing fan. They are out of their mind.

At least with Noctua, Nidec or Corsair ML fans for that matter the motors on them are a little bit special so they'll run more quieter.

They should of at least made them a hydro or FDB bearings.Quote

23-09-2019, 22:47:24

looz
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I did. For Noctua quality though. NFA12x25. Best fans I ever and that's coming from someone who used GT's before. These Noctua fans are so silent and create a wind tunnel
Scythe has been good for me, for much less money. Though I do have some prestigious baby poop in my machine in the form of NH-D15!Quote

24-09-2019, 00:33:25

m2geek
Love the design aesthetic, but every coolermaster fan i've had the displeasure of owning of late - have the most Hideous bearing drone that is TOTALLY intolerable.

So now, I won't spend $30 a fan on fans made by coolermaster.Quote
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