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Cooler Master - R4-MFJR-07FK-R1 110.0 CFM 200mm Fan

( 4.7 Average / 15 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Cooler Master

Part #

R4-MFJR-07FK-R1

Size

200mm

Color

Black

Air Flow

110.0 CFM

Noise Level

19.0 dbA

RPM

700 RPM

Bearing Type

Sleeve

Features

High air flow for maximum cooling performance.
Quiet operation with low RPM.
RoHS compliance for protecting the environment.
Compatible with Cosmos II, ATCS 840, HAF 932, HAF 922* and Storm Sniper* (*No LED On/Off function support).
Adds extra cooling for graphics cards when installed on side panels.

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Prices

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SuperBiiz $14.99 $14.99+
Amazon $16.01 Free two-day shipping with Amazon Prime In stock $16.01
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Newegg $18.49 +FREE s/h In stock $18.49
Directron $18.98 $18.98+
PCM $16.99 +$2.99 s/h $19.98
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Reviews

grimmwrath 6 points 18 months ago
from completed build Black Box

Huge amount of airflow, very little noise.

Dabeavis 19 points 15 months ago

Cheap, quiet fan.

Pazaz 16 points 14 months ago
from completed build Jack of Trades

Loud at max. Efficient as intake or exhaust.

zwoten 9 points 7 months ago

This moves so much air! Quiet for how much it moves, perfect for getting that extra cooling across the entire motherboard and graphics card

Jomack16 5 points 4 months ago
from completed build Server Build

Good enough fans. Only reason these get 4 stars is because the wiring isn't shielded. Otherwise, these are great, quiet air movers.

planeace222 13 points 2 months ago

Massive fan that moves lots of air while being quiet. Recommend to keep it spinning full throttle aka connect it to your psu