Cooler Master Turbine Master Mach 0.8 Fan Review

/ 6 years ago


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With the recent releases of peripherals from Coolermaster, the product I have in front of me today goes back to the company’s roots – cooling. The Coolermaster Turbine Master 0.8 is a fan that boasts silence, great cooling and ultra-reliability. Fans are very basic devices that are often overlooked, many OEM fans make a lot of noise but in terms of cooling, they are left wanting. The last thing an enthusiasts needs is a noisy system which runs hot.

Getting the right fans on your case is as important a decision as buying the case itself. Make the wrong choice and you will struggle keeping temperatures down but the trade-off is often noise, something which Coolermaster hope to eliminate with their new fan range. The one I have my hands on today is the Mach 0.8 which runs with a rotational speed of 800rpm. The other two are the Mach 1.2 and Mach 1,8, no prizes for guessing the rotational speed of those!

Coolermaster often feature here on due to the number of products that they make. They specialise in cases and cooling, but also make peripherals and Power Supply Units. They’ve been around as long as I’ve been buying PC parts and have created some lovely pieces of work in the past.

Taken from the Cooler Master website:

The unbreakable rule has now been broken. Cooler Master’s Turbine Master is the company’s latest 120mm high air flow fan that refutes the standard of “high air flow fan = loud”. Modeled after a strong turbine engine, the Turbine Master produces a strong air flow from an ingenious16-blade design and generates unsurpassed airflow combined with a circular semi-frameless design to maximize coverage and reduce noise. The Barometric Ball Bearing (BBB) can be easily removed to provide effortless cleaning and quick maintenance.


  • The innovative Barometric Ball Bearing technology provides longer life span while remaining lower noise level
  • Removable blades for quick and easy cleaning
  • Outstanding 16-blade design covers maximum area to generate striking airflow, even under low speed operation
  • High airflow design gives excellent chassis ventilation
  • One-of-a-kind turbine shape inspired by a powerful turbine engine



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  • 0erick0

    nice this looks promising for htpc! will wait for these to arrive in our island

  • aruffell

    Indeed due to their low RPM rating, they would be perfect for that.Andy

  • gamer6336

    whoah. epicness. hey, it might even stop my power core melting 😀

  • Dav532000

    Must admit I like the look of these pity about the fan speeds, just wondering that if you could remove a couple of fan blades would you be able to space them out evenly and would it make any difference to the cooling/noise, nice review though.