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COOLER MASTER R4-BMBS-20PK-R0 Blade Master Case Fan
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Rating: 9.03/10
soulieres_p@NCIX
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Review Date: 10/31/13
Cons: j'ai rien a dire

Pros: trest bonne fan que j'ai acheter pour mon boitier
Comment:
merci ncix reçu en 2 jour avec ups 3 fan pour mon boitier cooler master cosmo s il marche numéro 1 merci encore
Francine
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Review Date: 09/07/13
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It moves a lot of air and is really quiet. I connected it only to a three pin external fan to molex connector i have just to test it out ahead of installing it. So it powered up at complete speed. It moved a lot of air and was super quiet. I bought 2 to use with my promlima tech heatsink in a push/pull. I am acquiring a different one right now for an internal intake fan mounted on the bottom of my HAF 922 case. I also like the reality that it is PWM. Can manage the rpm either through the bios with q-fan, a fan controller or software program such as speedfan..I assume i just may run them at complete speed all the time (or just under full speed) as the noise level appears so low NONE
Pamelia
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Review Date: 09/02/13
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Purchased This to replace the fan in my V8 Coolermaster CPU Cooler to attempt to move a tiny far more air. Its a Direct replacement without having the stupid small potentiometer to handle fan speed. Its a PWM fan and The M/B will control the speed. It functions, moves Air and is reasonably quiet. Didn't move any more air, but located out how to get into the CPU cooler and Clean one years collection of dust from the inside fins. Performing that Brought down my Temps. NONE Original fan had two red leds, a single of which never ever worked, Like this V8 cooler much better with no LEDs now and no manual speed handle.
Cashlin
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Review Date: 09/02/13
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I bought this to develop a push-pull effect on my Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus. These fans are very successful, even at 50%. For the price, I can't complain. It gets the job carried out. This fan can get rather loud at higher settings. It is wonderful for heatsinks, but I would not want to see a case complete of these. Processor: Intel i7 950Motherboard: Asus Rampage III FormulaCPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 (w/ additional fan)RAM: 6gb Corsair Dominator GTOptical Drive: Asus Black 24x DVDHard Drive: 1 TB WD Caviar Black 7200rpm 64mb cachePower Supply: Corsair TX850Case: Antec Twelve Hundred (w/ 2 additional fans)Video Card: EVGA GTX 470Monitor: Asus VE248H 24" 1920x1080 LED
Kass
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Review Date: 08/26/13
Comment:
76.8 CFM, PWM, 600-2000RPM, rubber, quiet at low speed 񡿸 RPM) none I got this a single to get a push / pull configuration on my master cooler 212+. Coupled with a Gelid PWM Y cable it helps to preserve my Phenom II 940 at 28C idle and 46C full load.
Conrad
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Review Date: 08/01/13
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A moderate quantity quieter than I was expecting. Low-cost for a fully featured PWM 120mm fan. Practically-but-not-quite appropriate for "quiet Computer" guys, while nevertheless moving decent air. Moderate power consumption. Sparkly sticker if you like ogling fans. Almost certainly ideal used as a case fan, surprisingly. Less perfect for heatsinks, but operates adequately in that part so far. (See beneath for explanation) Much less powerful than I was expecting, but still decent airflow. It may be rated at 76CFM in free of charge air - but against a heatsink, no way. It is simply weaker than I was expecting by fairly a bit. As this relates much more to stress and not airflow in CFM (fans are rated in totally free air, not partially obstructed with cooling fins, etc.) I was expecting a lot more for a fan that claimed to be optimized on that front. Sleeve bearing makes it quite quiet (no clicking bearings at low speed), and function at odd angles, but longevity is often a query with a sleeve bearing fan. (The manufacturer can claim "long life sleeve bearing" all day extended and it tends to make no distinction to me.) When the fan dies and requires out the $xxx.xx processor - then what? Not positive this compromise warrants it getting utilised to cool a processor - at least it sounds like a negative notion to me the additional I believe about it. As a case fan, I am confident this would be sufficient - if not great, but numerous are purchasing this to cool a processor, and I did too. The additional I use this fan the more I consider I anticipated the incorrect factors primarily based on the specs. I am nagged by the feeling that I have mis-deployed it in cooling a processor. Processor temps are excellent, but not good, and this is due additional to the fan, than the heatsink - a Thermalright- which has significantly superior cooling possible than what I am getting out of it with this fan. I might step up to some thing louder, and far more powerful for cooling the processor and control the speed with application. I may well yet purchase yet another one though, as it appears extremely nicely suited to becoming a case fan, and that way I can have a matched pair for the case and then anything beefier cooling the processor.
Aaron
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Review Date: 07/06/13
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Purchased as a second fan for my cooler master hyper 212+ None
Xaviera
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Review Date: 05/10/13
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This is my fan of choice if your carrying out custom watercooling or making use of a Corsair H50. Strapped 2 of these on in push/pull on my H50 and temps dropped 6C instantly from the stock fan and a antec tricool in push/pull. Fan noise at 100% is very tolerable. They have a static stress of three.9mm which is unheard of in a ten dollar fan. These fans had been developed to be utilised with radiators and this is where they shine. Purchase these you won't regret it! Not a big con but they didn't consist of regular size screws for radiator mounting, but those are obtainable for 10 cents each at a hardware shop. My benefits:Phenom II 955BE C3 Ɣ. GHZ, 1.5 volts, 41idle-60load) with stock H50 fan/Antec Tricool in push/pull. Phenom II 955BE C3 Ɣ.1 GHZ, 1.five volts, 35idle-54load) with blademasters in push/pull.
Amelie
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Review Date: 05/04/13
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Operates exactly as intended, quiet. Not substantially else to say! None
ross_w@NCIX
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Review Date: 04/26/13
Cons: pricematch required

Pros: good quality at fair price
Comment:
bood quality faans perform quite well. a little noisy at full speed but undervolt well.
Guenevere
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Review Date: 03/27/13
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Awsome! I'm working with it for a Push\Pull with my Coolit ECO. Didn't come with radiator screws. :( had to go to Fryrs shop at 9pm, bring about no other store was opened. My new Rigi7 930 at two.8Ghz (Will OC quickly)Asus P6X58D-EOCZ Platinum 1600 - 7-7-7-20 Coolit ECO 120mm Push\PullLite-on 24x DVD300GB WD - 10k rpm RaptorSamSung 1TB - 7200rpm storageNZXT Sentery fan controlCM Silent ProM 1000W modularCM - CSX Cosmos 1000 special blue flame edition
Rafal
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Review Date: 03/08/13
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* making use of as a push/pull on Hyper 212 plus cpu heat sink. Helped to knock a four much more degrees off at max load which is what I was hoping for.* I've bought several fans. I'm really shocked at the airflow on this along with how quiet it is. This pushes far more air and quieter than my Silenx at half the value and much less shipping. * great price tag for efficiency how about tossing an led on this thing? :-)
Morna
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Review Date: 03/04/13
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Utilizing on a stealth gt 240 radiator, good static air pressure for the price so it pushes a very good deal of air through. Fairly quiet at 90% speed. Purchased two and 1 of the fans was considerably louder than the other with some type of motor humming noise. rmaing it to hopefully get an additional quiet a single. Replaced a pair of yate loon D12SM-12 that died, bought these hoping they'll last longer though I really liked the loons although they worked. Works on 3 pin connectors but make sure you have room next to the connector for the overhang, practically couldn't get it on mainly because a capacitor was in the way.
Washi
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Review Date: 02/09/13
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Wonderful airflow, wonderful static pressure, somewhat quiet....(this is not meant to be a evaluation, see "Other Thoughts" beneath...) Could be a lot more quiet, but so what... noise isn't that massive of a deal to me personally....(this is not meant to be a evaluation, see "Other Thoughts" beneath...) This is in fact the identical fan that is included with the Hyper212+ cooler, but it has a various Cooler Master aspect quantity. The part number of this fan is: R4-BMBS-20PK-R0. The element number of the fan integrated with the Hyper212+ is: A12025-20CB-4BP-C1 but there is no reference to this number at the CM internet website. On the other hand, the specs are identical, and the fan is identical in all respects. (I have the Hyper212+ cooler and went on mission to uncover out about the fan LOL)
Weston
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Review Date: 02/09/13
Comment:
Extremely very good air flow and noise level tolerable. none
Mayda
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Review Date: 02/09/13
Comment:
Great fan, great airflow. I use it to cool two of my really hard drives. Does it job properly none
Christopher_M@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/10/13
Cons: Loud at high load

Pros: Quiet at low load, high flow
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Good cheap fan, a little loud under load, but very quiet in normal use.
Vasyl
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Review Date: 11/26/12
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Good air moving capacity. Low-cost. Replaced the three in my workstation and yanked them a week later right after the intolerable noise they made.
Erasmus
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Review Date: 11/24/12
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Great and quietCools case quite well None
Gilles_L@NCIX
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Review Date: 11/12/12
Cons: un peu bruyant

Pros: facile à installer, efficace
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bon ventilateur, efficace facile à installer
Cort
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Review Date: 11/10/12
Comment:
Employing two fans on a CM Hyper 212+ seems to help keep moderate use temps down which pays off in lower fans speeds. Not a lot noisier than 1 fan when not pushing heavy loads. It also adds to overall case airflow. Not a lot far better than a single fan at controlling temperature when the processor is fully stressed more than lengthy periods, plus when each fans are maxed it is loud. Utilised a Rosewill PWM Y splitter cable which worked perfectly for powering my push pull Hyper 212+; this cable is a far better answer since the two fans pull power straight off the PSU rather than though a single mobo CPU fan connector. General it was an OK upgrade worth the modest investment, contemplating mostly the side effect of better case air flow.
Lilia
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Review Date: 10/30/12
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works like a charm as the second fan on my hyper 212+. You'll have to by a PWM splitter cable for that set up.Doesn't make a lot of noise and moves tons of air. none I like it.
Carlen
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Review Date: 10/26/12
Comment:
Low Noise @ max RPMPWM ControlledValueSilent Out of Balance @ low RPM (under 1200) Purchased this fan to compliment the Hyper 212 Plus i purchased (push/Pull setup) for 29.99მ.00 rebate (if Cooler Master doesnt cheap out, and not accept the rebate i filled out)Each Fans are out of balance and appear to go out of Sync, which can really be annoying... but then once more i have the mobo sitting on the box it came in, on my desk, and its appropriate in front of me so i truly tend to notice these points.
On
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Review Date: 10/24/12
Comment:
Got this for a second fan on COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Plus to cool i7-2600K.Soldered PWM handle wires (blue) together (you can get a 4-pin y-cable as an alternative) so that each fans are controlled by motherboard's CPU_FAN port. Both fans keep within 50 RPM of every single other as measured by two separate motherboard fan ports.Idle: 27 C ƒ C over ambient, 800 RPM on both fans - silent)Load Ɠ.eight GHz): 48 C ྷ C more than ambient, 1400 RPM on each fans - quiet)On my asus motherboard, fans don't go up to 2000 RPM (max speed) when they get noisy unless CPU is overclocked to four.5+ GHz. Absolutely nothing I can consider of.
Alisha
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Review Date: 10/05/12
Comment:
Moves a lot of air for 120 mm fan You can hear it. Added a second one to a cooler master hyper 212+ and it operates excellent. Cooling my sons core i7 860 at three.eight GHz, Idle 33 C and 75C under prime 95.
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Product Features

Case Fan 120mm Fan

Cooler Master Blade Master Case Fan (R4-BMBS-20PK-R0)
Get an effective cooling system with this case fan. It's PWM fan series maximizes cooling efficiency. This 120mm fan fits very easily into any slot in the chassis. It is designed with Anti-vibration rubber pads around the edges to allow very less noise. It also has a distinguished blade shape to produce high pressure airflow. Buy this case fan today.

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • Wide PWM fan speed; runs at a fast rate of 600 - 2000 R.P.M
  • Anti-vibration rubber pads around the edges; reduces noise considerably
  • Distinguished blade shape; gives superior airflow
  • 120mm; fixes into its appropriate slot with ease

Product Specifications

 
Bearing Type: Long Life Sleeve
RPM: 600 - 2000 RPM
Air Flow: 21.2 - 76.8 CFM
Noise Level: 13 – 32 dBA
Power Connector: 4 Pin
Color: Black
Compatibility: Case
Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
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