Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master R4-BMBS-20PK-R0
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Works like a pwm connected fan should
Ryan Edwards, Amazon
31 July 2015
Summary: Relatively quiet fan. Comes with screws to mount on a case. I have mine mounted on a Hyper212 Evo CPU cooler using the mount that came with my original fan. CPU and system run very cool under load (peaks at about 30C with an open-sided case, no case fan, ~75% load).
But the quality of mine was not that great. It lasted for about a few months and ...
Philip Tran, Amazon
18 March 2015
Summary: I only bought this fan because it was cheap, and it was black with no LEDs. But the quality of mine was not that great. It lasted for about a few months and died! I had it running on a fan controller using the motherboard to control the fans speeds up and down.
... in Pull configuration for my H60 because of an annoying whine whenever it sped up
16 February 2015
Summary: Ordered it to replace a fan I was using in Pull configuration for my H60 because of an annoying whine whenever it sped up. Now all I can hear is air moving. Manually sped it up to full, and it sounds like a cyclone blowing through the case, but zero mechanical sound.
Summary: I used this as an extra fan to fix one of those mini-desktop computers from HP that always run hot. I wish I could remember the exact model of the computer so I could steer everyone clear of it, but basically, the power supply has no cooling fan, and their later versions of this computer even...
Summary: This model was considerably louder than the previous Cooler Master I had that went out (due to my carelessness --don't move your computer while the fan is running or you can short it out). The fan easily mounted onto the existing Cooler Master heat sink I had installed.
Summary: I used this PWM fan to replace the stock fan on a Scythe Samurai II 92mm CPU Cooler. It is cooling a high performance PC I'm about to ship to my father in Florida. This Cooler Master Fan is able to effectively cool an Overclocked AMD Phenom II X 4 955 that is running at a very stable 3.6GHz (stock...
Summary: Bought this as a replacement CPU fan for an HP Pro 3500 MT, it is way oversized for that, but it is working nicely. Included screws allowed me to just attached it to the old non working fan. Great deal, HP wanted $75 for the fan.