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3-Pack Cooler Master MasterFan Pro 120mm RGB Case Fans EXPIRED

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Amazon has 3-Pack Cooler Master MasterFan Pro 120mm RGB Case Fans w/ Controller listed below for $39.75 - $15 Rebate = $24.75. Shipping is free. Thanks FeiyeungS

Price after $15 Rebate:Also available, Amazon has 3-Pack Cooler Master MasterFan Pro Air Flow 140mm RGB Case Fans w/ Controller (MFY-F4DC-083PC-R1) for $44.99 - $15 Rebate = $29.99. Shipping is free.
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3 options: Air Pressure, Air Balance and Air Flow, with different emphasizes between pressure and air flow.

Cooler Master MasterFan Pro 120 Air Balance RGB- 120mm Hybrid RGB Case Fan, 3 In 1 with RGB LED Controller, Computer Cases CPU Coolers and Radiators
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...=UTF8&th=1 - Dead


Cooler Master MasterFan Pro 120 Air Flow RGB- 120mm High Air Flow RGB Case Fan, 3 In 1 with RGB LED Controller, Computer Cases CPU Coolers and Radiators
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...=UTF8&th=1


Cooler Master MFY-P2DC-153PC-R1 MasterFan Pro 120 Air Pressure RGB- 120mm Static Pressure RGB Case Fan, 3 In 1 with RGB LED Controller, Computer Cases CPU Coolers and Radiators
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...=UTF8&th=1


4-pin PWM connector for the fan, and 4-pin RGB (5050 style) connector for the illumination, and the RGB controller is included. (you don't have to use it if your mobo supports it)
(it looks like there's a PC software that talks to the RGB controller for configuring the lighting)

generally air pressure is good for heat sink / radiator as it pushes air through resistance; air flow is good for moving air without resistance. air balance is ok for everything while not specialize in anything.

This seem to be a really cheap option for RGB PWM fans.



in addition, the 140mm air flow version is also available for $45 + tax - $15 MIR = $30 + tax
Cooler Master MasterFan Pro 140 Air Flow RGB- 140mm High Air Flow RGB Case Fan, 3 In 1 with RGB LED Controller, Computer Cases CPU Coolers and Radiators
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...=UTF8&th=1
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This is a good deal but I must share my experience with the 120mm Air Flow variant. They have a very annoying, grainy sounding rattle at around 900rpm. I RMA'd the first set thinking they were defective, only to have the exact same rattle with the replacements. I will say that CM's customer service was simple and quick.

I will also add that Cooler Master's MIR takes ages. I sent mine in for five different fan purchases two months ago and have only gotten an e-mail about two of them. And even then it's just saying that they are processing it, nothing mailed to me yet. Just sort of left in the dark on the other three I sent. But that's how these things go I guess!
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Dammit I just bought the 4x ones from Newegg from yesterday
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This is a good deal but I must share my experience with the 120mm Air Flow variant. They have a very annoying, grainy sounding rattle at around 900rpm. I RMA'd the first set thinking they were defective, only to have the exact same rattle with the replacements. I will say that CM's customer service was simple and quick.

I will also add that Cooler Master's MIR takes ages. I sent mine in for five different fan purchases two months ago and have only gotten an e-mail about two of them. And even then it's just saying that they are processing it, nothing mailed to me yet. Just sort of left in the dark on the other three I sent. But that's how these things go I guess!
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This is a good deal but I must share my experience with the 120mm Air Flow variant. They have a very annoying, grainy sounding rattle at around 900rpm. I RMA'd the first set thinking they were defective, only to have the exact same rattle with the replacements. I will say that CM's customer service was simple and quick.

I will also add that Cooler Master's MIR takes ages. I sent mine in for five different fan purchases two months ago and have only gotten an e-mail about two of them. And even then it's just saying that they are processing it, nothing mailed to me yet. Just sort of left in the dark on the other three I sent. But that's how these things go I guess!
I just decided to cancel my order of flow and went balance instead. Let me see how it goes
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It says limit one rebate per product line per person. Does that mean I can't submit two rebate envelopes, one for balanced pressure kit and one for static pressure kit?
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I have a single RGB header on my motherboard being used by an RGB LED strip. Do I need a RGB splitter if I were to pick up a pack of these to go along with it?
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I have a single RGB header on my motherboard being used by an RGB LED strip. Do I need a RGB splitter if I were to pick up a pack of these to go along with it?
Nope, this includes the RGB controller and judging by the picture should have everything you need. It's sata powered so the RGB part doesn't plug into your mobo.
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Nope, this includes the RGB controller and judging by the picture should have everything you need. It's sata powered so the RGB part doesn't plug into your mobo.
Does that mean the BIOS doesn't control it and it won't sync with the LED strip?
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Guys, when is 140mm better than 120mm? Is bigger always better if you can fit it? Thanks in advance for the advice
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Does that mean the BIOS doesn't control it and it won't sync with the LED strip?
I don't think so. The included controller uses Cooler Master software to control. I've never used it though so maybe someone who owns one has a more definitive answer.
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any deals on 4 pin non-rgb fans?
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Guys, when is 140mm better than 120mm? Is bigger always better if you can fit it? Thanks in advance for the advice
I think 140s move more air than 120 at a given RPM and so 140s can be ran at lower speeds for similar airflow to a 120. And lower speeds lead to a quieter setup.
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any deals on 4 pin non-rgb fans?
Personally I found Arctic F12/F14 5-pack being good deal year round. They are usually between $20 and $30 for 5-pack 4pin PWM and build in daisy chain adapter (they call it PST), and they are fluid dynamic bearing. It's a step up from those dirt cheap sleeve bearing ones.
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I have a single RGB header on my motherboard being used by an RGB LED strip. Do I need a RGB splitter if I were to pick up a pack of these to go along with it?
These fans work with four different motherboard manufactures rgb headers. It's gigabyte, msi, asrock and someone else iirc. Check the manufactures website.
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