|Dimension (W / H / D)||140 x 140 x 25 mm|
|Speed (R.P.M.)||1200 R.P.M.|
|Air Flow (CFM)||60.9 CFM|
|Fan Noise Level (dB-A)||19 dB-A|
|Available Color||4 Blue LED|
|Connector||3 Pin(2 Pin connector for LED control)|
|3 to 4 pin Adapter||
Thomas Kistler (Submitted on 29th Jul 2016)
Wanted to add the third back chassis fan to my storm trooper as it is supposed to be an OEM fan for it. This fan has different pin connections than what the storm trooper ( the two pin connection) has and will not connect correctly. Trid to just jump iyt with a two pin cable but would not work either. I am going to return it for refund if possible and find a 4 pin fan instead to hook to a fan hub to control or MB.
Unknown (Submitted on 7th Nov 2014)
Perhaps alittle more explanation of the on off switch for the led in the fan on the websight or packaging .
Don Hansen-Builder (Submitted on 10th Jan 2013)
Wanted to add three fans to my Sniper case wanted three pin, worked great. Cooler Master has some great fans cant under stand why they don't put three pin clear fans with a LED off and on 2 pin in all their cases, cant cost that much more overall. Also if they offered this in all their series of fans they would have the market corned, everybody I have been around wants these options.
JDoubleU529 (Submitted on 14th Oct 2012)
Without this mod you would need to attached the LED power connector to a 12Vdc power source, making the LED switch inoperalbe for this fan.
Step 1. Turn off computer and/or the LEDs via Cosmos II LED button.
Step 2. Screw in fan (Of course)
Step 3. Take 1 of the Cosmos II LED power cable (controlled by the its LED switch)and remove connector.
Step 4. Take the 12VDC positive of Cosmos II LED cable (verify with a multimeter) and connect it to the black wire of the Fan's LED cable. (connection of wires can be done in various ways, you choose)
Step 5. You're now left with 2 bear wires, one from the fan and the other from Cosmos's LED cable. Cover them up to prevent any short circuits, ie. electrical tape or something nicer)
Step 6. Turn LED switch to on. Fan's LED is now controlled via the switch.