Wednesday, January 29th 2020

Cooler Master Launches MasterAir G200P CPU Cooler & MasterFan MF120 Halo ARGB Fans

Cooler Master, a global leader in designing and manufacturing innovative computer components introduces the MasterAir G200P Low Profile CPU cooler and the MasterFan MF120 Halo ARGB case fans. The MasterAir G200P is a 39.4 mm low-profile CPU cooler designed for small form factor cases and compact PC builds. Built with a powerful 92 mm squared PWM fan to maximize top-down cooling, the G200P features a wide fan speed range that is fine-tuned for maximum airflow, overall cooling performance and silent operation.

The MasterFan MF120 Halo provides an Ideal air-cooling solution for CPU coolers and chassis in-take fans. Built with Air Balance fan blades, the fan includes multiple layers of noise reduction technology that cools components in silence. Featuring dual loop addressable RGB lighting, the MF120 Halo exudes vibrant colors while generating high-pressure airflow.
The MF120 Halo can be purchased individually or as a 3-in-1 package on Amazon and select retailers.
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6 Comments on Cooler Master Launches MasterAir G200P CPU Cooler & MasterFan MF120 Halo ARGB Fans

#1
sepheronx
Need more itx and low profile coolers, motherboards and cases.

Prices on other hand are rarely reasonable.
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#2
ShurikN
For those interested, the G200P cooler is $45 on Amazon. For comparison Noctua L9 is $40.
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#3
kapone32
ShurikN
For those interested, the G200P cooler is $45 on Amazon. For comparison Noctua L9 is $40.
I guess the extra $5 is for ARGB.
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#4
Chrispy_
sepheronx
Need more itx and low profile coolers, motherboards and cases.

Prices on other hand are rarely reasonable.
Indeed. Unfortunately the market is being saturated by the RGBLED obsession and multiple radiator support. Most people don't care about RGBLED, and a significant portion of them find it embarassing or childish (even among the young gaming enthusiasts).

We all know you can turn RGBLEDs off, but wouldn't you rather have a better, faster, smaller computer than an empty box full of unused and unwanted lighting?
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#5
Lionheart
Anyone know the TDP rating.. I'm guessing 65W ?
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#6
ShurikN
Lionheart
Anyone know the TDP rating.. I'm guessing 65W ?
Cooler Master didn't specify it on their product page. Your guess is as good as any
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