Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master MegaFlow 200
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Works great but check your case space first.
12 September 2014
Summary: This fan will not fit inside my computer case; the width is too thick. My fault really since I have a huge heat sink attached to my CPU which leaves very little room. However, I did attach it to the outside of my side vent - yes, a bit awkward - but it cooled my case down enough to eliminate periodic overheating which made my monitor blink off and on even surfing the net, let alone running CPU taxing programs. The red lights are cool too.
Summary: The title might be a bit misleading. The fact is I bought an Apevia pc case 2 years ago but the fan was down recently. Unfortunately the original model is not in production any more, which is supposedly the only compatible fan for the pc case. The solution I made was to remove one side of the box and just lean the new fan to the side (in a not-so-stable way). The bad news is that I should be very careful with the fan from this point.
Summary: Good to extract heat from the case, however it gets a bit louder when heat goes higher than 50C. Current gaming rig: Intel Core i5-4670K ASUS Z87-C Corsair Builder Series CX 600 Watt HyperX 8GB Kit (2x4GB) 1600MHz DDR3 PC3-12800 EVGA GeForce GTX 770 SC 2GB GDDR5 Crucial M500 120GB Cooler Master HAF XB EVO (HAF XB Rev.
Survicable, but not an actual upgrade performance-wise
5 November 2013
Summary: Moves slightly less air than the two cheap 120mm fans it was replacing ( http://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-Bearing-Computer-Radiators/dp/B000O8I474/ref=pd_bxgy_e_text_y ). Though generally quiet, as some other reviewers have noted, it makes bearing noise while warming up which may take 20 minutes or more to die down.