At CES2020, Cooler Master released its MasterAir G200P CPU Cooler. The G200P is a low-profile CPU cooler designed for small-form-factor cases and features a sturdy, squared PWM fan, providing maximum airflow and heat dissipation. In this article, we’re going to have a brief look at the cooler.
Designed for Small-Form Factor
The G200P features an ultra-low-profile heatsink that measures about 39.4mm, making it the ideal size for small-form-factor cases and compact PC builds.
Optimized Airflow Design
The cooler features a compact design to ensure minimal airflow resistance and maximize heat dissipation. The cooler is built with a strategically C-shaped heat pipe design and stacked fin placements, allowing optimized airflow into the heatsink.
Maximum Cooling: PWM
The G200P is built with a 92mm PWM RGB fan, featuring a wide fan speed range that is fine-tuned for maximum airflow, overall cooling performance, and silent operation. The fan is compatible with all RGB-certified motherboards and includes a wired, RGB LED controller, allowing full-color customization.
This is an excellent looking cooler, which will come in handy for those smaller builds. The MasterAir G200P will be available in South Africa from February 2020, so keep an eye out for it, especially when looking at a new build. If you would like to comment on this cooler, leave a comment in the section below.
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