Cooler Master MasterFan Pro RGB Fans and Controller Review

/ 3 years ago

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A Closer Look

The fans are very nice quality and come with a stylish and somewhat minimalist design.

The corner mounts are made from thick and durable rubber, creating a very nice quality anti-vibration mount for the fans.

The corners are completely removable too. While most users wouldn’t remove them, I can see this being handy for modders.

The fans have a control switch on the back. There is red and blue static, but you need the controller for RGB mode.

The fans have two headers on a single cable but with a good size Y-split. The first header is a 4-pin PWM fan header, while the other is dedicated to the RGB lighting features. It’ll easily hook up to any standard RGB controller hardware.

Controller Hub

The hub is much smaller than I expected. Of course, that’s a good thing, as it’ll be easier to locate it within your system build. There are three ports down one side, one for the USB header, and two RGB headers.

Down the other side, there’s a SATA power connector, as well as two more RGB headers.

On the reverse, two small screw mounts, which could allow you to mount it in a lot of places with the right hardware. Of course, you could even screw it to your motherboard M.2 if there’s nothing conflicting in the way.

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