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WYP 23-09-19 08:26 PM

Cooler Master launches their MasterFan SF120M
 
Would you pay $29.99 for a fan?

https://overclock3d.net/gfx/articles...161644180s.jpg

Read more about Cooler Master's MasterFan SF120M.

looz 23-09-19 10:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WYP (Post 1011028)
Would you pay $29.99 for a fan?

No. :D

NeverBackDown 23-09-19 11:32 PM

I did. For Noctua quality though. NFA12x25. Best fans I ever and that's coming from someone who used GT's before. These Noctua fans are so silent and create a wind tunnel

OMG.PLS.NO 24-09-19 12:22 AM

Not paying that sorta money for a ball bearing fan. They are out of their mind.

At least with Noctua, Nidec or Corsair ML fans for that matter the motors on them are a little bit special so they'll run more quieter.

They should of at least made them a hydro or FDB bearings.

looz 24-09-19 02:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NeverBackDown (Post 1011035)
I did. For Noctua quality though. NFA12x25. Best fans I ever and that's coming from someone who used GT's before. These Noctua fans are so silent and create a wind tunnel

Scythe has been good for me, for much less money. Though I do have some prestigious baby poop in my machine in the form of NH-D15!

m2geek 24-09-19 04:33 AM

Love the design aesthetic, but every coolermaster fan i've had the displeasure of owning of late - have the most Hideous bearing drone that is TOTALLY intolerable.

So now, I won't spend $30 a fan on fans made by coolermaster.

The_Governour 24-09-19 10:02 AM

Lol.... have not seen CM fan that has been good so far, comparing to BeQuiet and Noctua. For 30€ then I would rather pay for Noctua.

dwatterworth 24-09-19 11:42 AM

One can be a competitor and still lose. Badly. For that same money, it's two Noctua consumer fans or one and some change left over for a Noctua Industrial.

OMG.PLS.NO 24-09-19 02:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dwatterworth (Post 1011052)
One can be a competitor and still lose. Badly. For that same money, it's two Noctua consumer fans or one and some change left over for a Noctua Industrial.

Or three - Be an absolute cheapskate and can only afford the redux line of Noctua fans.

Which arent exactly terrible IMO. They perform extremely well.

Bartacus 24-09-19 03:14 PM

Or you could buy Gentle Typhoons for half the money or less and have twice as many awesome fans that sound great, but just don't look as nice.


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