Cooler Master MasterFan SF120M offers 62CFM and industrial toughness

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 24 2019 @ 13:03 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cooler Master reveals the MasterFan SF120M, a new high-performance 120mm fan that promises "industrial grade" toughness. The product has a connected fan blade design, an anti-vibration motor, a copper motor brush, and a noise damping frame design. The case frame also has a fan speed control, enabling you to choose between three PWM fan levels.

The SF120M measures 120mm x 120mm x 25mm, has a dual ball bearing motor, and delivers up to 62CFM with a maximum air pressure of 2.40mmH2O and a noise level of up to 22dBA.

Sounds pretty good but unfortunately Cooler Master wants $29.99 for this fan.
MasterFan SF120M is an innovation leading fan from Cooler Master that comes with patented anti-vibration motor and damping frame design. The performance, stability, and durability of this fan comes from the industrial grade materials used during the production process. The double ball-bearing reduces the rotational friction for enhanced performance and longevity of the fan. Premium metallic shields are integrated into the fan frame for an industrial grade toughness to the fan. Along with multi-fan connection design and fan speed control, the SF120M is the obvious choice for performance and durability.

Specs:
  • FAN SPEED: H: 650-2000 RPM ± 10%, M: 650-1600 RPM ± 10%, L: 650-1200 RPM ± 10%
  • FAN AIRFLOW: H: 62 CFM (Max), M: 46 CFM (Max), L: 35 CFM (Max)
  • FAN AIR PRESSURE: H: 2.40mm (H2O (Max), M: 1.63mm (H2O (Max), L: 0.93mm (H2O (Max)
  • FAN NOISE LEVEL: H: 5.5-22 dBA, M: 5.5-20 dBA, L: 5.5-12 dBA
  • MTBF: 280,000 hours
  • SF120M


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