Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master MegaFlow 200
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Gets the job done, super quiet, very bright. Would Recommend.
2 December 2014
Summary: REALLY bright. I have the Cooler Master HAF XM case, which comes with a red LED fan in the front. I placed this one on the side, and it really lit everything up. When my room is dark, the blue can be see coming out of the top vents and illuminating the ceiling. To some this may be a con, but I really like the contrast it provides. The fan is super quiet, where I sometimes wonder if it's turning at all.
Summary: This fan serves it's purpose very well, providing great intake airflow and also giving a very nice red glow that is bright, but not overwhelming or intrusive. Unfortunately, this fan also has multiple mounting points aside from the standard corners, which in any other case would be fantastic for compatibility, but in my case, made installation impossible in my mini-itx case (Corsair 250D).
Summary: Its an ok fan, the airflow is a bit diverted, and there is very little static pressure. But if you want a good amount of air flow, put it on the highest Voltage setting, but beware of its loud noise. CM clearly lied about or tested their CFM levels in a different way.
Summary: Runs great months later. It's not 100% silent, but it's no louder than my other fans. I do wish there was an easy way to disable the brilliant LED for night time use but that's not industry standard so Cooler Master can't really be blamed.
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: 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.
Summary: I bought these to fill the 2 extra fan slots I had in my Thermaltake Overseer RX-1. First, since they didn't come with the long screws you would normally want with 200mm fans, I had to "modify" the case (i.e. drilling larger holes). I ended up using nuts and bolts that were lying around, so I didn't even use the screws.