Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master MegaFlow 200
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200mm Coolermaster Fan
SAMUEL N., Newegg
20 June 2014
Summary: Make sure it can fit your case. 15 1/2 cm or a little over 6 inches width / long. I believe its around an inch deep as well. I was able to slide it in between my CPU sink and the top of my HAF 912 case to install. Other cases might not be as forgiving.
Pros: Fantastic looking,works great, minimal noise and all around performer.
Cons: It's a monster. It scares the neighborhood children.
Pros: Tried so many case fans in the 200mm range and nothing comes close to the CFM+Noise ratio of this fan, not even bitfenix or corsair! This fan goes flush with any Cooler Master case that supports 200mm obviously so don't go astray with any other brand if you own a Cooler Master case. Easy installation and comes with adapters.
Cons: Price & not a removable magnetic blade, should take note from Enermax fans!
Summary: I built a living room system and needed a big fan for heat dissipation in the top of my HAF XB. The main requirement was good air flow, and was followed very closely by quiet operation. I am happy to say that it meets both criteria very well!
Summary: Got my Corsair 600T case 3 years ago. The two 200mm fans basically went up on me this year. I replaced the top fan with a H100i and the front fan with this Cooler Master MegaFlow 200mm fan. I'm satisfied. Got a great color, adequate cooling (which I can control from my NZXT touch screen fan controller), no problems with it. Great fan for the price.
Summary: these fans are really cool massive sized 200MM and they are super quiet. They really look nice and move a lot of air. I thought they would be a lot noisier b/c of their size , but they barely lake much noise period. great fans even though they are a little pricey in my view. the color of the led is a very soft blue that is very pleasant to the eyes. no cons on this item at all.
Summary: I got two of these. One to replace the fan in my case and one to hang over my open case to circulate the air. The hanging one seems a bit imbalanced and wobbles. I had another MegaFlow 200 hanging the same way with no wobble, before I accidentally broke off a blade. I have looked for what might be causing the wobble on the new fan, but haven't found anything on a blade or hub.