Tuesday, October 23rd 2018

Cooler Master Offers New 120 mm & 140 mm Addressable RGB MasterFan

Cooler Master releases the MasterFan 120 mm, 120 mm 3-pack, and 140 mm Addressable RGB fans. Users can now upgrade their case and liquid coolers with the new Addressable fans.

Each fan has eight adjustable LEDs, and, can be customized using our MasterPlus+ software. These fans come with a small RGB controller that can cycle through 10 presets. Addressable RGB is a new way of lighting. The input uses a 3-pin connection instead of the standard 4-pin RGB. Please check with the motherboard provider for compatible motherboards.
The MasterFan 3-pack gives the user the option to create a great visual experience. Using the MasterPlus+ software, users can use custom lighting effects with our intuitive software. Create a custom lighting show using our Light Maker feature, or, individually light eight LEDs. The choice and freedom are up to the user.

Fan That Looks Good and Runs Silent

Build and designed in-house Cooler Master dedicated to bringing the products that fit the user's needs. The MasterFan is built to run silent and keep your system looking great.

Control It Your Way:

There are two ways to light these fans. Through an ARGB compatible motherboard, or, with the RGB controller that comes with these fans. Users can change the preset, speed, and use MasterPlus+ to do more custom options. The choice and freedom are up to the user. Cooler Master gives users the tools to make our products, theirs.

Single fans must also be used with an ARGB compatible MOBO, such as ASUS with Aura Sync / ASRock RGB LED / MSI Mystic Light Sync.

Availability:

The fans are now available to buy from the below:

MF120R ARGB Fans : £14.99 inc VAT
MF140R Fans : £14.99 inc VAT
MF120R 3-in-1 : £59.99 inc VAT

Pricing is currently listed for the UK.
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5 Comments on Cooler Master Offers New 120 mm & 140 mm Addressable RGB MasterFan

#1
Th3pwn3r
I see they still include that same style 'controller' that's complete trash.
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#2
kastriot
At least it has nice colors.
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#3
Nephilim666
Why do manufacturers of fans insist on not making fan frames that are square? Do they hate static pressure? Do they want their fans to perform terribly on radiators?
Or is it that they just pop a stiffy over 'gamer' aesthetic that makes anyone over 14 gag?
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#4
Tsukiyomi91
designs like these is how much I have cringed in the past few years. All about aesthetics but no actual function or benefitting the case or radiators.
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#5
Th3pwn3r
"Nephilim666 said:
Why do manufacturers of fans insist on not making fan frames that are square? Do they hate static pressure? Do they want their fans to perform terribly on radiators?
Or is it that they just pop a stiffy over 'gamer' aesthetic that makes anyone over 14 gag?
They save $.01 on plastic that's why.
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