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CoolerMaster’s MasterAir G200P has been launched

CoolerMaster teased their MasterAir G200P SFF cooler at Computex 2019, and it’s finally time to hit the market for this low profile 92mm cooler. Featuring a max height of 39.4mm, this cooler is another option for our SFF air cooled builds.

CoolerMaster MasterAir G200P base view

Twin C-shaped heatpipes draw heat from the nickel plated copper base up to the aluminium fins, to be cooled by the 92×15.4mm fan. Speaking of the fan, the fan is rated for 800-2600 RPM, with a max of 35.5CFM and 2.4mm H2o static pressure. The fan runs between 6-28dBa according to CoolerMaster. The cooler supports LGA1151, LGA1150, LGA1155, LGA1156, AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, FM2+, FM2, and FM1, and measures in at 95 x 92 x 39.4 mm.

Oh yeah, and it has RGB.

MasterAir G200P installed on the ASRock Z270M-ITX/ac Phantom Gaming motherboard

 

Check out the product at the CoolerMaster product page: https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/coolers/cpu-air-coolers/masterair-g200p/

 

Shop links: (Prices at time of writing)

NZ$67.85: PBTech New Zealand

US$44.99: Amazon.com 

US$59.00 MWave.com.au

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CoolerMaster teased their MasterAir G200P SFF cooler at Computex 2019, and it’s finally time to hit the market for this low profile 92mm cooler. Featuring a max height of 39.4mm, this cooler is another option for our SFF air cooled builds.

Twin C-shaped heatpipes draw heat from the nickel plated copper base up to the aluminium fins, to be cooled by the 92×15.4mm fan. Speaking of the fan, the fan is rated for 800-2600 RPM, with a max of 35.5CFM and 2.4mm H2o static pressure. The fan runs between 6-28dBa according to CoolerMaster. The cooler supports LGA1151, LGA1150, LGA1155, LGA1156, AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, FM2+, FM2, and FM1, and measures in at 95 x 92 x 39.4 mm.
Oh yeah, and it has RGB.

 
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ignsvn

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It's already in retail stores here in SEA (I think I saw it late 2019)

Price is around 50 USD using Google's rate conversion.

Still waiting for some reviews.
 

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@ignsvn Yeah, I saw it pop up on PBTech before Christmas. Interesting that CM only posted the press release this week just passed ?
 

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Here's hoping you (or usual suspect @IntoxicatedPuma) can do a review :)

At a glance, googling here & there shows that it's performance is more or less similar with NH-L9i/a.
 
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CM should do an all copper heatsink. If anyone could do it and keep them in production, it's totally CM lol.
 
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