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AeroCool Announces SilentMaster 200 mm LED Fan

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  1. btarunr

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    AeroCool unveiled the SilentMaster 200 mm LED case fan series. Available in red and blue, the fan measures 200 x 200 x 20 mm, with a 154 mm distance between adjacent bolts. With a voltage range of 9-12V, the fan draws up to 3W of power. It spins at 800 ± 200 RPM, pushing up to 76 CFM of air, with up to 18 dBA noise output. The impeller uses 11 shark-fin inspired transparent blades, with LEDs fixed on the frame. According to the company, the SilentMaster 200 mm LED fans will be available in mid-October.

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    Hmm, not sure how well these compete against a CM Megaflow(my guess is not well) that also comes in Red/Blue LED, offer 700 RPM and 110CFM/19dba. The advantage of these fan is they are 200X200X20 instead of the usual 30 so maybe they will fit in tighter spaces compared to Megaflow.
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  3. james888

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    Can't be as good as the megaflows. The are 30mm thick and that 10mm more air their are able to move per rpm. None the less, I would trade one of my megaflows for one of these as one is too big for the space I want it in.
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    Bitfenix Spectre Pro fans is 200x200x25mm.
    These fans from Aerocool are the same stock corsair ones used and they were bad.
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    Megaflows are only 700 RPM. One of mine only spins like 550, lol.
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    but they sure move a good bit of air
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