very little air moved with this fan disappointment
18 November 2013
Summary: I'm sorry to say this is the same exact 200 millimeter fan it is put in most Coolermaster cases this fan barely move any air not recommended if you're looking for a good 200 millimeter fan the NZXT 200 millimeter 1300 rpm is the bomb
Summary: Ok, i bought this fan thinking it would put out more airflow for my coolermaster case. 700 rpms is not enough to cool my system. quad core phenom 955 and gtx 560ti. Will replace this fan with smaller, higher rpms. Sound levels is not an issue with me. Cooling my system is.
Pros: Used as a top mounted 200mm fan in my Cooler Master Storm Enforcer. Installation was a snap. Perfect match for the 200mm fan that already came with my case. Had good airflow and was quiet. Bonus, I got it on NewEgg for $17.
Cons: Two weeks ago I tried to turn on my system but my motherboard (ASUS P9X79 PRO) kicked back a "FAN ERROR" which prevented my system from booting. In the BIOS I saw that my liquid cooler and the two 120mm fans cooling its heat exchanger were working fine. That left one of the two 200mm fans. Problem is that I have never been able to determine the fan speed of either of my 200mm fans. The ASUS BIOS has always listed their RPM as "N/A" and other tools such as CPUID HWMoni...